Commissioner says Dyer’s tragic death is painful for the Police Force, which mourns his heartbreaking loss

As the Police Force mourns the passing of
Constable Robert Dyer Jr., who died in a motorcycle accident on
September 4, he is being described as a hard worker who was very
passionate and committed to his job.
The Police have issued a statement about Dyer’s death, saying that
Commissioner Atlee Rodney and the entire rank and file of the Force
are mourning his heartbreaking death.
Constable Dyer, 39, died on the scene of a collision with a motor jeep
on the Sir Sydney Walling Highway, at about 11:20 a.m. on Monday.

Reports say that Dyer, who was attached to the Traffic Department,
collided head-on with the vehicle, which was traveling in the
opposite direction.
The officer sustained multiple serious injuries and was pronounced
dead by a medical doctor at around 12:45 p.m.
Commissioner Rodney has expressed sympathy to Dyer’s wife,
Monya Roberts-Dyer, who is also a police constable, and his
immediate family, and he praised the work ethic of the deceased

According to Rodney, it is a very sad and painful moment for the
Force when a member dies, especially under such tragic
Reportedly, the commissioner has made arrangements for
counseling and other support for Dyer’s family and colleagues
during this difficult period of mourning.
Meanwhile, H.E. Sir Rodney Williams, the Governor-General; Prime
Minister Gaston Browne; Minister of Public Safety Steadroy
Benjamin; the heads of other law-enforcement agencies; and
members of the public have all expressed condolences to the
members of the Force for their loss.
Reports say that Constable Dyer enlisted on April 12, 2013 and was
first posted to “B” Division-Parham.
He was later transferred to the Traffic Department and became a
motorcycle outrider. He once worked at Government House as an
escort to the Governor General.

He leaves to mourn his wife and children, family, colleagues, and
close friends.