The Police Service has been plunged into mourning following the death of yet another officer to COVID-19 disease.
Woman Police Constable (WPC) Anisa Falina Khan died at 3:30 pm yesterday at the Couva Medical and Multi-Training Facility. She had been battling COVID-19 for the last ten days.
She became the 14th Police Officer to die from the disease since the pandemic entered this country last year.
In an official statement, the Police Service expressed condolences over the loss of WPC Khan.
“Ag Commissioner of Police, McDonald Jacob, and the executive of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) are extending condolences to the family and colleagues of No. 8498 Woman Police Constable (WPC) Anisa Falina Khan,” the TTPS statement read.
It added: “WPC Khan, 35, was last attached to the Cunupia Police Station and dedicated eight years to the Police Service. Her colleagues describe her as determined, willing, and always helpful. She continually strived to do her best and was a person they could depend on for anything. She was loving and caring both at home and at work.”
WPC Khan leaves to mourn her husband, Hemraj Persad; her two sons Arjun, and new-born baby Ariaan; her daughter Avaana; her parents, Latiff and Ashmoon; her brother, Rennie; and her sister, Arianna.