Untimely Death of Woman Police Constable Sandy Rowe
P.C. Sandy Rowe
Members of the Bermuda Ex-Police Officers Association were shocked and deeply saddened to hear of the sudden passing of Woman Police Constable Sandy Rowe on Sunday 13th February 2012.
Sandy joined the Bermuda Police Service in February 2007 after serving in the Jamaican Constabulary from 2011-2007. She had served in the BPS for just 5 years but had quickly established a reputation for being a keen and dedicated officer.
We extend our deepest condolences to Sandy's husband and two children, and to the BPS family which mourns her loss. CLICK HERE for an article in the Royal Gazette dated 13th February 2012.
Commissioner praises deceased officer
Commissioner of Police, Michael DeSilva has made a statement praising P.C. Sandy Rowe who died on 13th February in a hospital abroad. CLICK HERE for the article in the Royal Gazette dated 15th February 2012.
Dignatories bid Farewell to Young Police Officer
CLICK HERE for an article in the Bermuda Sun on 29th February 2012, reporting on the Funeral Service held for P.C. Sandy Rowe-Campbell at the Church of God Heritage Centre in Hamilton, attended by numerous members of the Police Service and dignatories including H.E. The Governor, Sir Richard Gozney, Premier Paula Cox, and Opposition Leader Craig Connonier.