Brandi Swann-Selver Obituary, Death – It is with great sadness that the Royal Turks and Caicos Islands Police Force announces the death of a serving Police Officer, as indicated by a statement that was included in a press release that was distributed by the Royal Turks and Caicos Islands Police Force on Monday. The statement was made after the passing of a much-loved coworker named Inspector Brandi Swann-Selver, who had been ill for some time and died on November 21 in the United Kingdom. The statement was made after the passing of Inspector Brandi Swann-Selver. An incident that took place on November 21 was the cause of the disease that finally led to her death away.
Commissioner of Police Trevor Botting issued the following statement in response to the news of Inspector Swann-Selver’s passing. “Inspector Swann-Selver had served for just short of 25 years in a number of roles across the Force including, Response and Operations, Investigations, Professional Standards, and as my Staff Officer,” Botting said. “Inspector Swann-Selver had served for just short of 25 years in a number of roles across the Force including, Response and Operations, Investigation Nearly exactly 25 years had passed since Inspector Swann-Selver had started his career with the force. In 2011, Swann-Selver was given the title of Sergeant, and just four years later, in 2017, he was given the position of Inspector. Both of these promotions came in quick succession.
“Over the course of a number of years, Inspector Swann-Selver had fought with a number of illnesses, all of which she confronted with courage, spirit, and fortitude; all of us that knew Inspector Swann-Selver well were inspired by her strength, love for her family, and dedication to serving her community.” “Over the course of a number of years, Inspector Swann-Selver had fought with a number of illnesses, all of which she confronted [Transcription] “All of us who were fortunate enough to know Inspector Swann-Selver well were moved by her courage, love for her family, and passion to serving her community. Inspector Swann Selver, in spite of her illness, was adamant on reporting to work whenever she was in a position to do so, and she did so whenever she was able to do so. She also did so whenever she was able to. Her upbeat demeanor was in perfect harmony with the huge amount of attention she shown toward her profession.
“The loss of our sister will be keenly felt by a great number of people, both within the Royal Turks and Caicos Islands Police Force and within our communities,” but “the loss of our sister will be keenly felt by her cherished family, particularly her husband Kemeo, daughter Annae, and son Kymani,” During this difficult time, the entire Force, as well as Inspector Swann-Selver’s extended family, her friends, and her coworkers, are keeping them in their thoughts and prayers. Also keeping them in their thoughts and prayers are the members of the Force who work with her. All of them have our deepest condolences at this time. I would like to express our sincere condolences to her family and all of her close friends on behalf of everyone who works here at the Force.
The Royal Turks and Caicos Islands Police Force has stated that they will release additional information regarding the funeral once the arrangements for the funeral have been finalized in their entirety. This will take place, according to the police force, once the funeral has been completely planned out.