St Vincent: Former Police Commissioner Toussaint Passes

The members of the Royal St. Vincent and the Grenadines are in a state of mourning. This is due to the death of former Commissioner of Police, Mr. Randolph Toussaint, O.B.E, L.V.O, C.P.M.  Mr. Toussaint passed away on Saturday November 10, 2018.

Mr. Toussaint was enlisted into the constabulary on July 1, 1953 and served St. Vincent and the Grenadines for forty four (44) years as a Police Officer.

He was the longest native Commissioner of Police in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. He was appointed to that position on September 7, 1985 and retired on August 20, 1997.

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.

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  3. It is appointed unto man but once to live in the flesh only to make your soul decision your free choice to choose Jehovah God or Satan and his way

  4. Rip African Soldier you ancestors awaiting you in Africa. You will have journeyed from Scatterd ethIonia to mother Africa. Africa salute you.

  5. WELL-EARNED RESPECT
    He was a fine officer. He had performed his duties exceedingly well.
    Even so, he was a ‘…grass-roots officer’-very humble and approachable.
    The old, middle-aged and the young, all embraced him.
    He was affable and very much liked by everyone.
    Migrated before he was elevated to the post of Commissioner. However, as a youngster growing up at Colonarie, where he was then assigned, he had earned the respect, support and cooperation of the law-abiding.
    Very fond memory of those growing-up days, keenly observing the interaction and socialization with the people he had sworn to ‘…Serve and Protect.’
    Peace be unto his Soul.
    Condolences to the bereaved family.

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