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RSLPF Mourns The Death Of Constable Milton Flavien

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For the second time in less than a week, the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force (RSLPF) is in mourning over the death of an officer.

This time, the force is mourning the loss of Police Constable 461 Flavien, who was attached to the Traffic Department.

According to reports, Flavien had been ill.

An RSLPF release described him as a dedicated team member who was always willing to assist.

“His quiet demeanor and beaming smiles were a welcome part of a day on duty,” the release stated.

It said Flavien was an exceptional officer who, during his tenure, captured the Special Police Constable of the Year title.

He was also a former team member attached to the Commissioner’s Office.

The RSLPF release said Flavien will affectionately be recalled for his humility and concern for others.

Police Commissioner Crusita Descartes-Pelius and the entire RSLPF have extended condolences to his family, friends, and colleagues.

Last week, another police officer passed away.

Constable Shem Severin died after a vehicle crash on the Bexon Highway on Wednesday.

 

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8 COMMENTS

  1. i can definitely say something unseen is wrong in this country…..for the amount of officers that have died between last year and this year is so sad…..sad to see this….bring tears o my eyes as I remember an officer friend who recently passed….May God remember this officer family…RIP…SADD…let’s continue to love each other..

  2. I trust that the faithful Creator God remembers you for good, soldier! Beyond all the tragic deaths and losses, I hope we’ll all examine our lives before God, repent of our sins, and look to Jesus Christ to guide us through the corridors of these perilous times!

  3. @Whoa so what’s the big deal ?? They did not die in the line of duty…..they died of natural causes or other. I am trying to get down and understand your narrative…..nope it’s not working…,…..our police officers are not robots they are humans, and as
    they die off or resign or close to retirement fresh Babylon’s are recruited.

  4. @ Whoa…..from 2020 over 5000 lucians have died. From 2020 over 500 young men have died from violent crime. My point is that these officers are very human…infact maybe if the rsplf and the public service gave them better salaries and atleast atleast atleast atelast some basic health insurance due to their risky jobs then they would live a little longer. Sad state of affairs for officers. Rip to this one nonetheless.

  5. @HONORABLE LUCIAN HIGHGRADE…..I SOOO AGREE THEY ARE NOT INVINCIBLE THEY WERE NOT MADE DIFFERENT SO THEY DIE WE ALL DO, THEY ARE REPLACEABLE LIKE YOU SAID TRAIN MORE FILL IN THE GAP. R.I.P. TO THEM.

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