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Proud moment: the new recruits to the Bermuda Police Service at this week’s Passing Out Ceremony

The public has “well-placed confidence” in the Bermuda Police Service, according to Senator Jeff Baron.

Mr Baron, the Minister of National Security, offered words of praise as he welcomed the nine newest members of the service at the Passing Out Ceremony this week.

He advised them: “Always set high standards for yourself even when shifts are long and the work is hard.

“High standards are the hallmark of the organisation you’ve joined and the confidence of the public is well-placed in the men and women of the Bermuda Police Service.

“I am immensely proud of you and congratulate you on this achievement.”

The newest members of the Bermuda Police Service are Jordan Basden, Crai-Che’ Hall, Aisha Hendrickson, Akelah Hendrickson, Justice McDermot, Sheri Scott, D’Vario Thompson, Tavin Trott and Maya Tucker.

Also in attendance on Thursday evening were Michael Dunkley, the Premier, Ginny Ferson, the Acting Governor, Paul Wright, the Acting Commissioner of Police, and Inspector Charlene Thompson, who heads the police training centre.

Joining the service: D’Vario Thompson is congratulated by Jeff Baron, the Minister of of National Security while, right, Paul Wright, Acting Commissioner of Police, chats with Michael Dunkley, the Premier, at the ceremony
Jeff Baron with Carlene Thompson, officer in charge of the training centre
Paul Wright, Acting Commissioner, with Premier Michael Dunkley