Members of the Police Welfare Association (PWA), at a meeting Monday observed a minute of silence to pay tribute to the late former Police Press Officer, Tamara Charles-Laure.
Tamara, who was left paralysed following a motor vehicle accident in 2010, died last week in hospital.
Prior to the accident, she performed in police calypso under the stage name ‘Brown Sugar’.
PAW President, Travis Chicot, extended condolences to her family and her husband, Camron Laure.
Camron Laure is the immediate past President off the PWA.
Chicot also extended condolences to Tamara’s mother, relatives and friends.
He said members of the PWA are eager to come out and show their support and love for those who are in mourning.
“You know, sometimes despite the many things that divide us, there are quite a few things that bring us together and sad to say, death is one of them,” Chicot explained.
He told reporters that it is a sad day for the police force to lose any member and a sad day for any family to lose a loved one.
“We continue to hope that the husband will find rest and we will provide the necessary support for him as he goes on before and after the burial of his wife,” the PWA President stated.