Retired assistant police commissioner Cyracius Liverpool has died. He was 82.
Liverpool, police said, died at his home at about 1 am on Thursday.
Liverpool’s son Ian Liverpool, also a retired police officer, confirmed his father’s death on social media.
Several people extended condolences to Ian and described his father as a “man who had a wealth of knowledge” and as one who will be remembered for his pleasant personality.
Liverpool was described as a role model during his career days, as he showed much dedication and commitment in carrying out his duties.
Liverpool, according to police, spent most of his career at the Criminal Investigations Department but was later assigned to the Moral and Ethics Unit, commonly known as the “Vice Squad.” That unit no longer exists.
Liverpool also served as an ACP in the Central Division during the 1990 attempted coup and was also in charge Southern Division at one time.