Former Commissioner of Police, Ms. Delano Christopher has Died



St. Johns, Antigua and Barbuda
Sunday, February 11, 2024

Former Commissioner of Police, Ms. Delano Christopher has Died

The family, Commissioner of Police, Mr. Atlee Rodney and other members of the Royal Police Force of Antigua and Barbuda are mourning the death of former commissioner of police Ms. Delano Christopher.

Ms. Christopher was pronounced dead at her home in Gunthropes around 10:30 am on Sunday 11 February. The former head of the police force was appointed as commissioner in 2005. She was the first female officer to be appointed to that rank. Commissioner Rodney met with her family and offered condolences on behalf of the rank and file of the police force.

Further details of her passing and funeral arrangements will be provided in coming releases. May her soul continue to rest in peace.

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  1. Sincere condolences to her family, friends and the officers and members of the Royal Antigua and Barbuda Police Force. She was a remarkable lady and broke the ceiling by becoming the first female to head the police force, an area previously dominated by all men. May she sleep in peace eternal.

  2. I heard she was not a good commissioner
    at all!
    I hope that’s not true!
    Cause she will never rest in peace!

  3. The ABLP appointed a nasty stinking dirty antiman as commissioner of police to do there dirty work and things got real dirty , leave Ms Christopher alone , may she rest in eternal peace.

    • She was the second worst commissioner of Police in Antigua history (nobody worst than this present one). She was not even there for long before she was replaced by a Yhte retired CANADIAN MOUNTEE that just goes to show the piss poor job she was doing. And this was done by UPP when Colin Derick was minister in charge of Police!!!!!

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