Weekes new assistant commissioner of police
Superintendent Martin Weekes has been promoted to Assistant Commissioner of the Bermuda Police Service, taking up the portfolio of crime and intelligence.
The promotion comes on the recommendation of the Police Service Commission and has been approved by Governor George Fergusson, a police spokesman said.
Mr Weekes joined the Bermuda Police Service in 1988 having served in Kent Constabulary in Britain.
During his time in Bermuda, he has served on uniformed patrol, been a part of the child victims unit, a school liaison and a parish constable for Smith's.
As an inspector and chief inspector, he was assigned to St George's and Southside Police Stations, and later served as the superintendent in charge of the Island's police stations, with a responsibility for community policing.
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