Good work, Hanover police
This is an open letter to Superintendent Linford Rhooms in charge of the Hanover Police.
I wish to express profound appreciation for the dignified and professional manner in which members of your command recently managed the funeral service of Lenford and Delroy Frazer , father and son, who were gunned down in Eastern Hanover. The funeral service was held on June 3, 2012 at Hopewell SDA church and interment at Rejoin District. The duty policemen were well organised, professional, orderly, and most important, friendly.
At the service, a policeman gave a warm tribute as family,
well-wishers and friends listened keenly. Another officer sang his heart out. He brought tears of joy to the many present with his song, Hold on Jesus will come. He made us cry, but it was a happy moment; we felt revived while hope lingered in our hearts. Right there and then, I looked at the police force with a different eye.
The officers handled the situation with poise and dignity and were a comfort to all present. I commend them for their good work and wish you and your department all the best, Superintendent Rhooms.