Former Commissioner of Police, Randolph Toussaint died on Sunday, the Royal St. Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force has announced.
Toussaint enlisted into the constabulary on July 1, 1953 and served St. Vincent and the Grenadines for 44 years as a police officer.
He was the longest serving Commissioner of Police in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, having served from in that position from Sept. 7, 1985 to Aug. 20, 1997, when he retired.
“Commissioner of Police, Mr. Colin John, on the behalf of the Police Force extends condolences to the immediate family members and friends of former Commissioner Toussaint. May his soul rest in peace,” the Police Public Relations Department said in a statement.
Rest in peace Randolph Toussaint.
May your soul rest in eternal peace!
There are probably so many, who may have disagreed with your leadership style and questionable activities, during your years of service, but they should remember that you were doing the job of your POLITICAL MASTERS.
You served with some of the most passionate police officers that I have known over the years, including a relative of yours: a former and late inspector, who at one time, was the head of the CID for many years.
Ricardo Francis, Prime Minister of St. Vincent and the Grenadines in Waiting and in the Making
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