LNP Announces Death of One of its Publicly-Admired Traffic Officers

The Liberia National Police says it is saddened over the death of one of its publicly-admired Traffic officers, Chief Inspector of Police, Alfred Boley.

CIP Boley met his untimely death during the early morning hours of Monday, June 20, 2022 while undergoing treatment at the Mawah Clinic in Vai Town, Bushrod Island.

Our deceased officer, prior to his death, served the public through the Traffic Section with huge diligence, commitment to duty, unmatched professionalism, and people-centered policing.

He will be missed by thousands of Liberians for his professional stance in dealing with operators in the traffic which has won his public attention, accolades to include, The National Integrity Award, and other countless honors from Civil Society organizations, Churches, Mosques, etc.

Inspector General, Patrick Sudue, on behalf of the LNP administration, has already expressed deepest condolences over the death of officer Boley.

He urged other officers to emulate the professional life of the late CIP Boley which won him huge admiration in the eyes of the public as a Traffic officer.

IG Sudue noted that the public’s admiration of Officer Boley clearly signifies that every officer of the Police is under the radar of members of the public for scrutiny. As such, he admonished every officer to comport themselves in the best manner professionally and stay away from treating members of the public harshly.

The leadership of the LNP appreciates all those who followed, accessed and honored Officer Boley while he was alive. At least, he was given his flowers while he was alive.

The LNP administration has already begun working with the family of the late Officer Boley in order to give him a befitting burial. Details on his burial will be announced subsequently.

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