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About RBPF
Wanted Persons
  • CAPTURED
    Von   Rollock
    Name:
    Von
    Rollock

    Alias:
    Age:
    Height: 5'. 5
    Build: slim
    Comp: black
  • Richard Worrell
    Name:
    Richard
    Worrell

    Alias: Raggles
    Age: 23 years
    Height: 5'
    Build:
    Comp: Brown
  • Andre Cave
    Name:
    Andre
    Cave

    Alias: "Snopps" or "Snopp Dre"
    Age: 35 years
    Height: 58
    Build: slim
    Comp: dark
  • Gordon Roberts
    Name:
    Gordon
    Roberts

    Alias: Pinter
    Age: 33 years
    Height: 6'
    Build: Slim
    Comp: Brown
  • CAPTURED
    Terry Seale
    Name:
    Terry
    Seale

    Alias: Short Man
    Age: 50
    Height: 56
    Build: 56
    Comp: dark
  • Anthony Pinder
    Name:
    Anthony
    Pinder

    Alias: "Packer" or "Frog"
    Age: 35 years
    Height: 5'.7"
    Build: Slim
    Comp: Black
  • CAPTURED
    Carlo Hinkson
    Name:
    Carlo
    Hinkson

    Alias:
    Age:
    Height: 5'.6
    Build: Slim
    Comp: Black
  • Troyton  Thegg
    Name:
    Troyton
    Thegg

    Alias: Smiley
    Age: 21 years
    Height: 5'.9"
    Build: Slim
    Comp: Black
  • Hainsley Browne
    Name:
    Hainsley
    Browne

    Alias: Fabian", "Jah Man", "Scruff
    Age: 27 years
    Height: 5 6
    Build:
    Comp: Black
  • CAPTURED
    Jahmeel Jones
    Name:
    Jahmeel
    Jones

    Alias:
    Age: 22
    Height: 5
    Build: medium
    Comp: black
  • Andre Jackman
    Name:
    Andre
    Jackman

    Alias: "Bells"
    Age: 33
    Height: 5.7
    Build: Slim
    Comp: Black
  • Corrie Parris
    Name:
    Corrie
    Parris

    Alias: Yabba
    Age: 40
    Height: 6.0
    Build: Medium
    Comp:
  • Dario Ifill
    Name:
    Dario
    Ifill

    Alias: Elf
    Age: 20
    Height: 5' 11"
    Build: Slim
    Comp: Black
  • Kerry Holder
    Name:
    Kerry
    Holder

    Alias:
    Age: 24
    Height: 5ft 5
    Build: slim
    Comp: Dark
  • Andrew Waithe
    Name:
    Andrew
    Waithe

    Alias: Chucky
    Age:
    Height: 5ft 10
    Build: slim
    Comp: Black
Missing Persons
  • Archibald Jones
    Name:
    Archibald
    Jones

    Alias:
    Age: 51 years
    Height: 63
    Build: stocky
    Comp: dark
  • Leroy Forde
    Name:
    Leroy
    Forde

    Alias:
    Age: 83 years
    Height: 58
    Build: Medium
    Comp: Dark
  • Malcolm Small
    Name:
    Malcolm
    Small

    Alias:
    Age: 37 years
    Height: 5'9"
    Build: Slim
    Comp: Dark brown
  • Cleveland Douglas
    Name:
    Cleveland
    Douglas

    Alias:
    Age: 89 yrs
    Height: 5 7
    Build: slim
    Comp: dark
  • Anthony Belgrave
    Name:
    Anthony
    Belgrave

    Alias:
    Age: 21
    Height: 184 cms
    Build: , slim
    Comp: dark
  • Kelly King
    Name:
    Kelly
    King

    Alias:
    Age: 15
    Height: 5':2
    Build: Slim
    Comp: Dark
  • Sharon Harewood
    Name:
    Sharon
    Harewood

    Alias:
    Age: 31
    Height: 5ft 7"
    Build: slim
    Comp: Dark
  • Charles Grannum
    Name:
    Charles
    Grannum

    Alias: Funk
    Age: 45
    Height: 175 cm
    Build: slim erect
    Comp: Brown
  • Austin Fields
    Name:
    Austin
    Fields

    Alias:
    Age: 78
    Height: 5ft 9"
    Build: slim
    Comp: Light Brown
The Police Band

It was in 1889 when nineteen young constables with musical ability were taken from among the foot patrols to form a band for the Force, under the direction of Mr. Willlock of the British West Riding Regiment then stationed in Barbados. Most performances were limited to Queen's Park, Bay Street Esplanade, The Garrison, Hastings Rocks, Guards of Honour, Bazaars, other ceremonial parades and various government health institutions.


Police Band

In 1914, James Benneragel, a Sergeant Major, in the British Guiana Militia Band was appointed Band Master. Five years later he introduced the Cadet System in the Band for youngsters between the ages of twelve and eighteen years. At Central Station, the Band barracks was a building near Tudor Street in the proximity to Centipede Alley.

Cadets would perform Guard duties at Central Station and this meant sleeping on boards fully dressed so that if you had to blow the bugle for fire, the arrival of the Commissioner, reveille, lights out or for roll call you would be ready.


During the war years, since leave was almost impossible, the band held concerts every Sunday afternoon on the Barrack Square for the families of policemen.

In 1944, James Bennernagel died and Sergeant Frank Elias, a Corporal of the British Guiana Police Band, acted as Bandmaster until Mr. C.E. Raison arrived from England the same year and was appointed Bandmaster. Mr. C. E. Raison was a graduate of Kneller Hall Military School of Music, Royal College of Music. He was soon promoted to the rank of Captain and to Director of Music, the title being changed from Bandmaster.


Captain Raison retired in 1961 and was succeeded by Lieutenant Joseph Griffith, a Barbadian, then Bandmaster of the St.Lucia Police Band. In 1965, Mr William Greasley, an Englishman, then followed on contract and remained until 1968 when Mr. Prince Cave was appointed, giving the Band its first director who had risen through the ranks. Mr. Cave was succeeded in 1982 by Mr. Gordan Lovell, a graduate of Kneller Hall, Royal Military School of Music. It was during the tenure of Mr Lovell that there was the introduction of women in the Band. In 1984, three women namely Yolande Bourne, Dorian Seale and Juan Walrond joined the band. There is presently six women in the Band.


In 1987, Mr Kenrick Moore was appointed Director of the Band until 1991 when he was succeeded by Dr. Christopher Atherley.Dr. Atherley who attained the rank of Senior Superintendent retired from the Band in Novenber 2012.


Police Band


After the end of the war, the Band was removed from Central Station to St. Cecelia Barracks on Passage Road, and Bandsmen were given the opportunity to go overseas to improve their knowledge of music. In 1965 the Band was moved to District A to occupy the quarters once allocated to the Commissioner of Police.


The band has played a vital role in making the force one of the finest institutions Barbados and the Caribbean has produced. The worldwide popularity of the Band has been enormous. The spectacular fantasy of form and movement, aglow with gorgeous colours, similar to that of the Mounted Police, have captivated audiences.


The band continues to play an important role in the public relation programmes of the Force, and has defined its goals and objectives for future development alongside the rest of the Force.



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