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Broadcaster Moreno takes police comms post

Veteran broadcaster Gary Moreno will be the new corporate communications manager for the Bermuda Police Service, it was announced yesterday.

Mr Moreno, who is known for his work with the Bermuda Broadcasting Company, is to join the BPS next month.

He will work with Robin Simmons, who has undertaken the role since the departure of Dwayne Caines this year.

Commissioner of Police Stephen Corbishley said: “I am delighted to welcome Mr Moreno to the BPS team as our new corporate communications manager.

“He brings a wealth of journalistic and broadcast experience from his time with the Bermuda Broadcasting Company and he is a familiar face and voice to all in Bermuda.

“The panel who interviewed Mr Moreno for the role were impressed with his desire to work for the BPS and his plans to further enhance public and police relationships.

“I particularly want to commend Robin Simmons who has worked tirelessly in his role over the past few months, notably highlighted during the recent events of Hurricane Humberto, and continues to take forward our business in this area with professionalism and skill.”

Mr Moreno, who first joined the broadcasting company in 1999, is to take up his new role on October 7.

Patrick Singleton, the Bermuda Broadcasting chief executive, said yesterday: “He is a talented journalist and we wish him well in his new role.”

Mr Moreno wrote on Twitter: “And so this chapter comes to an end. Thanking God for new beginnings.”

New man: Gary Moreno has been named as the new communications manager for the Bermuda Police Service

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Published September 24, 2019 at 9:00 am (Updated September 24, 2019 at 9:06 am)

Broadcaster Moreno takes police comms post

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