Who Where When Photos

A Medal Feast!

A Medal Feast!

We've never seen quite so many of our colleagues gathered together to receive their awards as in this photo. We know for sure that you know where they are, and…

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An up-and-coming group!

An up-and-coming group!

We received this photograph last week after putting out a request for a photo of one of these officers who had sadly just passed.  We were having great difficulty in…

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A Right Royal Walk!

A Right Royal Walk!

We had recently come into possession of this photograph of a group of people walking on what appears to be familiar territory to members of the BPS.  We wanted  to…

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Riding at its Finest!

Riding at its Finest!

This magnificent photograph was taken at a very special event held in Bermuda involving members of the Royal Candian Mounted Police Musical Ride team and our own Police Motor Cycle…

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The Tuxedo Brigade

The Tuxedo Brigade

This dapper group of extremely smart young men dressed in their tuxedos were actively involved  one of the most successful and enduring sports events in the history of the Bermuda…

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Ernie's Boys

Ernie's Boys

We're making two exceptions with this "Who, Where and When" article in that we feature not one but two photos,  and the title "Ernie's Boys" provides you with the name…

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Riot Squad recruits!

Riot Squad recruits!

We received this photo in December 2020 from former P.C. John Arlott who pointed out that he had barely arrived on Island on 2nd October 1970 than he and his…

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The Eastern Crew!

The Eastern Crew!

We recently posted an article about one of the young constable's in this photo in our "Then and Now" column, and while checking our albums for photos of Eastern Divisional…

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One Whacky Team!

One Whacky Team!

We received this photo in November 2020 of a group of characters who appear to be in some kind of sports kit, along with a team mascot!   There was a…

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Knees on Parade!

Knees on Parade!

Here's a parade of knees in Summer uniform and we wanted to know who are the members of this Watch, who is the Watch Sergeant, and where and when was…

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Good Old Days at the Barracks!

Good Old Days at the Barracks!

This is a departure from our usual “Who, Where and When” photos because it consists of a series of photos that have come into our possession centred around Arthur Rose…

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Wingood's Westerners!

Wingood's Westerners!

We pointed out from the outset that this photo is of Western Divisional personnel  when the officer-in charge of Western Division was our good friend Hilton "Jellybean" Wingood.  "Jellybean" is…

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Group of Eight - Parish Constables

Group of Eight - Parish Constables

GROUP OF EIGHT  -  PARISH CONSTABLES   We thought this was  a group of real characters in this "Group of Eight"! We wanted to know they, where and when was…

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A Golden Group!

A Golden Group!

We were initially looking for a photo of this Localisation Course which took place in late October or early November 1970  for a feature article about all the young police…

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Sporty Bobbies on Tour

Sporty Bobbies on Tour

No. This is not the cast of performers from the 'Pirates of Penance' contingent of policemen!   It is a group of sporty "Bermuda Bobbies"  complete with their bobby helmets,…

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A Maritime Photo!

A Maritime Photo!

We recently (in late August 2020) came into possession of this photo with a distinctive 'maritime' flavour and we could see some very familiar faces but what we needed to…

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A Twenty Twenty Photo?

A Twenty Twenty Photo?

We're calling this our 20/20 Photo and you can hopefully figure out the reason why (nothing to do with the year!), but we also want to know the names of…

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Tuxedos and suits!

Tuxedos and suits!

Tuxedos and suits!   Remember the days when men used to wear bow ties and white tuxedos, and suits with collar and tie?  Here's a group of smart young men…

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Who's the young lady with these old timers?

Who's the young lady with these old timers?

Who's the young lady with these old timers?   Everyone in this photo has a connection with Bermuda, including the young lady!  We just need to know who they all…

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A Very Special Group!

A Very Special Group!

We are featuring not just one "Special" photo this week, but two photos taken perhaps within a few years of each other and with a number of the same faces.…

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Old Timers Galore!

Old Timers Galore!

Here we have a group of "Old Timers" from a bygone era,  and we wondered just  how many of these characters we can collectively recognise, and when and why was…

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Vic and Jimmy's lads

Vic and Jimmy's lads

We had just published this photo elsewhere on our website and wondered if you can find it.  But we also wanted to know who, where and when, as usual. We…

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Ron played Rugby?

Ron played Rugby?

        We figured that although this photo is slightly blurred we had no doubt the vast majority of our ExPo members would immediately know what sport they…

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Scotland Yard Team with Senior Officers

Scotland Yard Team with Senior Officers

We certainly have some great characters in this photograph and in some ways it is historic because of who are seen in it together.  We want to know where and…

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Room with a view!

Room with a view!

  WHO, WHERE AND WHEN? A ROOM WITH A VIEW!   We just received this photo of two police officers hard at work in an office and we want to…

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Old Photos of Bobbies at Heyl's Corner

Old Photos of Bobbies at Heyl's Corner

These four photos of police officers in Hamilton were recently posted on the wonderful website, “Old Bermuda: Our Island, Our History”. We are very interested to know if anyone might…

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A Mean Team!

A Mean Team!

Now here is one "Mean Team" but who are they,  which team are they, and when was this photo taken??  

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Fitness Fanatics?

Fitness Fanatics?

        It didn't take 24 hours for us to have all the answers as to the names of these seven superfit looking young men, who were, of…

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Safe drivers!

Safe drivers!

  Here's a memory tester for those who worked in Traffic Department in the 1980's, and for anyone else serving in the Bermuda Police along with any of these men…

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No tee totallers here!

No tee totallers here!

We recently received this photo of a group of young men heading abroad to some sort of gathering. We thought just for a mili-second that they might be some kind…

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Wild Westerners!

Wild Westerners!

    This group may not be "wild westerners" exactly but there is no prize for figuring our where this photo was taken.  What we would like to know is…

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A really motley crew!

A really motley crew!

  Now here's a really "Motley Crew" if ever there was one!   All we wanted you to do was to provide all of their names,  what pastime you think…

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A Motley Crew!

A Motley Crew!

  We  just recently came into possession of this photo of a group of policemen who appeared to be quite a motley crew!  We had no doubt that we wouldn't…

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Retirees Reunion - 1989

Retirees Reunion - 1989

  This photo has to be one of the most historic we have ever published, which we did for the first time  in May 2013.   It contained the largest…

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Drug Busters!

Drug Busters!

Here's another photo we received quite recently and is one of several of the same department taken at different times.  We figured it might not be easy to identify everyone…

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Is this an early Training Course?

Is this an early Training Course?

  We are about to publish an article about one of these police officers  and we are wondering just how many people we can identify from this photo from the…

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Boys in Blue - and flat caps

Boys in Blue - and flat caps

  This is the second photograph we received recently from the same era as our last "Who, Where and When" photo but not from the same source.  Sadly, one of…

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Khaki uniforms and flat caps

Khaki uniforms and flat caps

  We recently received this photo from one of our former Bermuda Police officers who settled in Western Canada after leaving the Island in the early 1960's.  We didn't have…

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An 'Official' Photo!

An 'Official' Photo!

  I doubt if we have ever previously published a "recent" photo in our "Who, Where and When" column but we decided to make an exception in this case. We…

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Wearing White Tuxedos for Weddings

Wearing White Tuxedos for Weddings

Wearing White Tuxedos for Weddings    We have just received this copy of a wedding party from the early 1960's  at a time when men wore white tuxedo jackets.  We…

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Who's having a good time!

Who's having a good time!

  We indicated that the guest of honour at this party is the gentleman wearing a white hat, not the young lad who appears to be quite intimidated by all…

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Eastern Division's Finest!

Eastern Division's Finest!

We have just published an article in our "Hall of Fame" column about Peter Stubbs who served in the BPS from 1957 until his retirement in 1981. Sadly, Peter passed…

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Old Timers!

Old Timers!

    These men in our latest "Who, Where and When" photo really take us back in time, and if you weren't in the Bermuda Police during the early/mid-1960's you…

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Singing Bobbies in the Birdcage!

Singing Bobbies in the Birdcage!

I'm sure we have featured our group of "Singing Bobbies in the Birdcage" before but I can't find a caption for it so we would like to test yourmemories and…

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Officers Brigade

Officers Brigade

  We found this photo in our files and wondered if we could collectively identify everyone it in, and work out when and why it was taken.  We have to…

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Oh Happy Days!

Oh Happy Days!

    It seems appropriate this week to post this photo of a very happy group of our colleagues at a time when we are mourning the loss of one…

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Gardening Brigade!

Gardening Brigade!

   As stated when we first published this photo it is definitely not the BPS Gardening Club  but it sure looks like this group had been gardening!  We wanted to…

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A Green Team!

A Green Team!

  We recently received this photo of a very impressive "Green Team" from our old friend Dave Garland and we wondered how many people could identify all the players, several…

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Men from the East

Men from the East

We recently received this group photo from former P.C. Ian Kittle who has written an excellent article for our "Then and Now" column which you can view at http://expobermuda.com/index.php/tan/658-ian-kittle Ian sent…

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A Dangerous Group!

A Dangerous Group!

We recently came into possession of this photo and immediately realized this is one 'dangerous' looking group of men by any definition! We asked if you could assist us in…

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Oldie but goldie  group

Oldie but goldie group

    We just received this photo of a group of oldies but goldies in red and white shirts and we wonder if you can help us to identify who…

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Fuzzy Photo - Fuzzy Memories!

Fuzzy Photo - Fuzzy Memories!

  We recently received this photo of a group of young men who got together on a very special day in the early  1970’s.  As you can see it’s a little…

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Smart suits and ties!

Smart suits and ties!

  We recently poached this photo of a group of smartly dressed men from Pete Giles Facebook page   -  with apologies to Pete.  We were enquiring who is in…

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Which Team is This? JIS 1980

Which Team is This? JIS 1980

  We received this photograph of a team of men and women who all worked in one of the most challenging jobs in the Bermuda Police Service and H.M. Customs,…

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Soccer Team with a Difference!

Soccer Team with a Difference!

  When posting this photograph we said there were some outstanding players on this team who should be very familiar to anyone who was following Bermuda football at that time.…

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What a Football Team!

What a Football Team!

  This was not the best quality photo we have ever published, and it may not have been the finest team the Bermuda Police has ever produced, but it was…

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Sharpshooters!

Sharpshooters!

  We received this photo in response to the photo we had just published of the Training School group being put to work by Sgt Ian Scotland.  The person who…

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Home, home on the Range!

Home, home on the Range!

We recently received a copy of this photo and wanted to know to know exactly where it was taken, when it was taken, and what on earth were these guys…

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Relaxing at St. George's Police Barracks

Relaxing at St. George's Police Barracks

  This photograph is also featured in our "Then and Now" article about former P.C. Ron Mullan who is wearing the dressing gown. (see article at http://expobermuda.com/index.php/tan/613-ron-mullan ) We know it…

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What kind of Course?

What kind of Course?

  We recently came into possession of these two photos of a Police Course believed to have been held at Prospect.  We also believe that one of them was published…

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Eleven Soldiers!

Eleven Soldiers!

  At first glance this appears to be a photograph of 11 soldiers, but if that was the case it would not be displayed on our ExPo website.  So, we…

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Well Fancy That!

Well Fancy That!

  Halloween Party at Faraway Cottages - 1966 (l - r)  Jack Rouse,  George Rose, Mike Jent, Seated -  Indian Fakir This was quite a photo and it wasn’t long…

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Football - or Soccer?

Football - or Soccer?

  No prize for guessing what sport these gentlemen used to play, but can you tell us the name of the team. who are all the players and officials, when…

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A Sportsman's Wedding!

A Sportsman's Wedding!

This is our second recent wedding photo being featured in "Who, When and Where".  It shouldn't be too difficult to figure out what sport most of those in attendance played…

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Most Photographed P.C.in the World!

Most Photographed P.C.in the World!

  We have just been kindly provided with these five old photographs by Richard Lee, with the assistance of Martin Buckley who scanned them for us.  As you can see,…

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Whose Wedding?

Whose Wedding?

We recently came into possession of this wedding photograph of a very well known police officer and his Bermudian bride.   We were aware of the names of several of…

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Chu Chu!

Chu Chu!

  How's this for a photo of photographers!   It shouldn't take a rocket scientist to fugure out which department it is and what occasion it was, but how about…

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Historic Rugby Tour

Historic Rugby Tour

We had recently received this photograph from Kate Shaw (Byrne) following the death of her father Denis Byrne in London on 16th February 2017. (See article under Latest News at  http://expobermuda.com/index.php/latest-news/553-dennis-byrne-seriously-ill…

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Battle of the Brains

Battle of the Brains

No prizes for telling us that this is a poster for one of the annual "Battle of the Brains" quizzes held at the Police Recreation Club in 1970.  These were…

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Ties

Ties

Here's a change from our usual "Who, Where and When" challenge.   We don't mean to tie you down in knots!  All of these police-related ties have been worn by…

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Gathering in U.K.

Gathering in U.K.

We had just recently received these photos of a gathering of our colleagues held quite some time ago.   We wanted to know where and when this gathering was held,…

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El Toro Drug Search

El Toro Drug Search

We have just received this copy of a front page photo in the Royal Gazette dated 22nd March 1985, from Dave O'Meara who is the person on the right with…

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Smart Escorts

Smart Escorts

 There were no prizes for guessing which department these smart young men were working in when these photos were taken, but we asked if you could  identify them,  estimate the…

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Good Golfers!

Good Golfers!

We said there is more than one legendary character in this photo!  There was no problem identifying all four of these golfers as Custerfield "Custy" Crockwell, William "Spider" MacKenzie,  Steve…

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A Beautiful Wedding

A Beautiful Wedding

  While writing a recent article on our website I came across this beautiful wedding photo and realized that it was never  published.  It has special significance this week and…

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A Very Special Visitor

A Very Special Visitor

We had recently received this photo and wanted to know who is the visitor, when and why did he visit Bermuda, who is sitting next to him, and who is…

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A Genuine Speedster!

A Genuine Speedster!

  Shortly before this year's Cup Match this young man attended the function held by the Officers Mess to celebrate the 80th birthday of retired Commissioner Fred "Penny" Bean where…

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No computers here!

No computers here!

Here is another photo we recently received which stretched back in time further than most of us can remember.  It was certainly taken long before the arrival of computer technology!…

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Not the Police Club Bar!

Not the Police Club Bar!

Although most of our members may never have visited this establishment it was an icon for many years at one end of the Island and no doubt holds some fond…

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Of course its a course?

Of course its a course?

There were no prizes for guessing that this was a course photo taken at Prospect, but we wanted to know what kind of course it was, when was it held,…

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A Social Gathering

A Social Gathering

Our latest photo was taken at a social gathering where everyone present looks very smart, but we wanted to know what was the occasion, where and when was it held,…

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Police Pugilists!

Police Pugilists!

  We had recently come into possession of the photos below, but there were no prizes for guessing that they were taken at one of the Police Boxing tournaments. We…

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Bermuda Characters!

Bermuda Characters!

  Anyone who served in the Bermuda Police Force in the 1940's, 50's and 60's will have no doubt about the name of this well known character. Yes, we want…

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Men from the West?

Men from the West?

Yes, we knew these officers were all in Western Division when this photo was taken, but we wanted to know who they are,  when the photo was taken, what were…

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What's this all about? IT Course

What's this all about? IT Course

We thought this would be a most appropriate photo to post in this column bearing in mind the new Photo album we have just created of Basic Training Courses held…

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What do they have in common? Marine Police Officers

What do they have in common? Marine Police Officers

We knew exactly where and when and why this photograph was taken but we wondered if you can name all these men, and tell is what they all have in…

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A Batch of New Recruits

A Batch of New Recruits

There was no prize for guessing that this is a batch of new recruits, but we wanted to know who they are, along with their instructors, and when they arrived…

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Definitely Not So Old!

Definitely Not So Old!

We normally feature photos from the more distant past in this column, but for a change here is one from the modern era. We wondered how many of our ex-officers…

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Fitness Fanatics!

Fitness Fanatics!

We had recently come into possession of these photos of a special event involving this group of police officers, and asked if you could identify all nine men in the…

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Bermuda Police Boffins!

Bermuda Police Boffins!

We posted this photo after adding it to the article on the History of the Bermuda Police but did not name these officers in that article, even though they certainly…

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14 Officers

14 Officers

When we published this photo of 14 police officers we had no idea what had brought them together,  but the mystery was finally solved by our “memory man” Davie Kerr,…

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VIP and Team!

VIP and Team!

It wouldn't take long to realize that one of the men in this photo is not a Bermuda Police Officer! And we knew it would take even less time to…

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How good was this rugby team?

How good was this rugby team?

Update -  19th February 2016 We have just received a much better copy of this photograph from our old friend Patrick "Pat" McBride which you can see below the one…

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Smartly dressed but no smiles!

Smartly dressed but no smiles!

We asked if you could remember the days when we actually used to wear blazers, shirts with collars, and ties,  on special occasions.   This was clearly a special occasion…

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HMI Visit in the 1950's ??

HMI Visit in the 1950's ??

This excellent photo is taken from page 36 of our new Police history book, "One Hundred & Thirty-Five Years of Service".   We know it is correctly dated 1955 and…

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Training Course?

Training Course?

When we first published this photo we pointed out that at first glance it might appear to be a group of new recruits but there is something unusual about it,…

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Training School Photo

Training School Photo

There were no prizes for figuring out that this was a Basic Training Course held at the Police Training School.  Our thanks to everyone who assisted in name everyone as…

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Santa and his Helpers!

Santa and his Helpers!

This photo surely gave us a nostalgic glimpse of the past on many levels!  We want to know who is in it, especially the gentleman in the red and white…

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Perfect Camouflage

Perfect Camouflage

We recently come into possession of this photograph which is going to be featured shortly in a new "Then and Now" article about one of the team.  Even the person…

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Bikers Brigade

Bikers Brigade

This photo is taken directly from the new book on the History of the Bermuda Police and we published it courtesy of the editors.  This excellent book features over 100…

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Inspector Jean Delight Vickers (nee Mattis), CPM
Served from 1962 - 1987
 
Jean (Mattis) Vickers – Our first Bermudian woman police officer
 

Anyone who served in the Bermuda Police Force (as it was then called) during the 1960's through the 1980's, will have fond memories of Jean Vickers, nee Mattis, who holds a unique position in the history of the Bermuda Police as our first Bermudian woman police officer.

When asked what sparked her interest in the Police, Jean had no hesitation in giving credit to former Commissioner of Police, George Robins, who organized a forum at the Warwick Workmen's Club in late 1961, to which he invited any Bermudian females who might be interested in joining the Police Force. Jean vividly recalls that she was one of 13 women who went along that evening. Commissioner Robins told her "right off the bat" that he was looking for people with her personality. She promptly took the entrance exam and passed with flying colours.

Jean officially joined the Police Force on 8th January 1962,  and a couple of months later, along with Betty Osborne and Gwendolyn DeGrille (originally from Belize and married to a Bermudian) she attended the first 15 week training course put on for local recruits from March - June 1962 shortly after the arrival of Chief Inspector Roy Chandler from the Cheshire Police in England, who had been hired by Commissioner Robins to head the new Training School at Prospect. Jean says she found Mr. Chandler to be a very enlightened instructor who gave her great encouragement. If anything, Jean was slightly lacking in confidence, and told Mr. Chandler that she didn't think she was very smart, but he told her that the only reason she would feel that way was because she had maybe never been taught properly. He had every confidence in her ability, and sure enough Jean excelled on the training course and graduated 2nd in her class.

Jean was posted to Central Division and placed with WPC Margaret Lester-Card who had been brought out from the UK as a trained officer. Margaret went on to marry another member of the Force, then PC Joe Colton, from Ireland, and she still keeps in touch with Margaret to this day. Jean gives a lot of credit to Margaret for giving her a thorough grounding in all aspects of police work and teaching her the ropes.

The head of the Police Women's Department at that time was Inspector Isobel Lee who had been brought out from the UK in 1961 by Commissioner George Robins to head the new section which was much needed to help deal with a variety of matters involving women and children. These included investigating the ill treatment, neglect or abandonment of children, offences against women ranging from rapes, serious assaults, indecent assaults and domestic violence, and handling female prisoners when they were arrested and needed to be searched and brought to court. Jean hastens to add that in addition to those duties policewomen investigated shoplifting, thefts and other petty crimes, along with malicious telephone calls, and would also be called on to perform Station duties.

In her typically polite way, Jean admits that in those early days it was a "man's world" and that some men were not so happy to have women in the Police Force, but she says she was never treated badly.

In the early sixties all the women police officers were assigned to the Police Women's Department under the command of Inspector Lee who Jean describes as "wonderful to work with; she always imparted her knowledge to me." It didn't take long for Jean to establish her reputation. In March 1964 she was awarded a commendation by the Commissioner for perseverance and diligence in the investigation of several cases of forgery, and in June 1966 she received a second commendation for obtaining excellent information resulting in the conviction of a man for a drug offence.

On 1st May 1968, Jean was promoted to Sergeant and appointed as second-in-command of the Police Women's Department which is now known as Community and Juvenile Services. It became increasingly clear that women police officers could handle a wide variety of police duties, and they began to be utilized in other departments such as CID, Operations (Traffic), and at Police Headquarters. Jean herself was attached to CID as an aide for several periods.

In 1966 Jean had been instrumental in implementing the Juvenile Liaison Scheme (see separate article), which was arguably the most effective project ever undertaken by the Bermuda Police to deal with juvenile crime. Sadly, it is no longer in use, much to the detriment of Bermuda's young people and to the community at large.

Never one to stand still for a moment, Jean also founded "The Black Stockings" in the early 1960's. This was a charity involving all the policewomen together with all the traffic wardens. Under Jean's leadership they held numerous fund raising events such as bake sales and raffles, using the proceeds to sponsor senior citizens for Meals of Wheels, sending children to both local and overseas Outward Bound courses, and sponsoring teenagers to enlist in 'Up With People'. In many ways "The Black Stockings" were a force to be reckoned with as they freely gave of their time and energy to support young people, and assist senior citizens who needed help; this assistance ranging from regular home visits to helping them shop for groceries.

As a young Sergeant, Jean was selected to attend a General Police Duties course at the West Yorkshire Constabulary Training School in Wakefield, Yorkshire, in 1971, and on successful completion of the course she married Darrell Vickers while in the U.K.

When Inspector Lee retired in 1977, it was obvious who would be her successor, and on 1st July that year, Jean was promoted to the rank of Inspector, taking over as the Officer-in-Charge of the Police Women's Department. The following year she successfully completed an Inspectors Initial Course at Devon and Cornwall Constabulary in England, and was then attached to the Strathclyde Police in Glasgow, Scotland, for a short period to study community policing.

Under Jean's command, the number of female recruits steadily increased as it was realized that women could make a valuable contribution in all areas of police work. Her tireless work did not go unrewarded. In 1984 Jean was awarded the Colonial Police Medal for Meritorious Service, and in 1987 she received the Colonial Police Long Service and Good Conduct Medal. As Bermuda's first woman inspector Jean became the first woman to take the post of Supreme Court Officer, and also became the first female A.D.C. - to Premiers David Gibbons and John W. Swan.

By the time Jean retired on 6th May 1987, there were at least 18 policewomen in the Bermuda Police Force. Although it was not until 1995 that the Bermuda Police changed it's name to the Bermuda Police Service, Jean demonstrated throughout her career how vital it was for the Police to provide a service and to be fully integrated into the community.

There is no question that Jean has always been held in the highest regard by her colleagues in the Bermuda Police, and by the community at large which she continues to serve.

Jean is a familiar sight to Warwick Academy students and motorists
 

Jean is the proud mother of three lovely daughters, and she remains active in the community. She has held the position of Chairperson of the Lorraine Rest Home, has served as a member of the Lorraine Rest Home Auxiliary, a member of the Hamilton Lioness Club and the Warwick Seventh Day Adventist Church. She continues to assist the elderly and young people; she is an avid gardener, and can be seen every morning during the school term acting as a school-crossing attendant on the Middle Road in Warwick outside Warwick Academy. Her beautiful smile is as infectious as ever.


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