Senior cop Edmond Cooper dies following ‘prolonged illness’  


The Guyana Police Force on Saturday announced the death of Senior Superintendent, Edmond Cooper.

Mr Cooper was hospitalised for a prolonged period since 2021, during which he was also in a coma, Police Headquarters noted in a brief press release.

According to the Police Force, a year before his illness (in 2020), “Mr Cooper — known for his brilliant mind- was admitted to the bar as a lawyer.”

“The Guyana Police Force mourns his death. Several senior officers have already reached out to Mr Cooper’s family to offer condolences and words of comfort at this difficult time,” the press release noted.

Commissioner of Police (ag), Clifton Hicken, Commander of  Region Three, Assistant Commissioner Mahendra Siwnarine and other police ranks met with the grieving family at their home earlier Saturday.

Commissioner of Police (ag), Clifton Hicken and a team of Police ranks met with the family of Mr Cooper (Photo: Guyana Police Force/January 28, 2023)
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  1. Patricia Pierre says

    I am saddened at the demise of Mr. Edmond Cooper. He possessed a brilliant mind, always did his work with great diligence and came up with new ideas that were good enough to put into practice. Mr. Cooper in my opinion has gone too soon. However, he has left a rich legacy. My sympathy goes out to his bereaved family. may his soul rest in peace and rise in glory.

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