Davonne Witt Death – Master Trooper Davonne Witt who was assigned to the Safety Division’s Area 61 Office has passed away tragically. Master Trooper Davonne Witt died from an apparent suicide not far from her residence in Powhatan County. She was tenacious, curious and always mastered what she did very quickly. Master Trooper Davonne was deeply passionate and her sense of humour was a gift to all those who knew her.
Who was Davonne Witt?
Master Trooper Witt was born on May 17, 1973. She graduated with the 93rd Basic Session in 1996 and was assigned to the Area 61 Office of the Safety Division. She was a diligent worker and a loyal member of the group; she will be remembered for all time for her honest spirit and her joyful laugh.
Davonne Witt obituary and funeral arrangements will be announced at a later date by the family.
How to prevent and control suicide
Suicides are preventable. There are a number of measures that can be taken at population, sub-population and individual levels to prevent suicide and suicide attempts. LIVE LIFE, WHO’s approach to suicide prevention, recommends the following key effective evidence-based interventions:
- limit access to the means of suicide (e.g. pesticides, firearms, certain medications);
- interact with the media for responsible reporting of suicide;
- Foster socio-emotional life skills in adolescents;
- early identify, assess, manage and follow up with anyone who is affected by suicidal behaviours.,
These need to go hand in hand with the following foundational pillars: situation analysis, multisectoral collaboration, raising awareness, building competence, financing, surveillance, monitoring and evaluation.
For suicide prevention to work, many different parts of society need to work together. This includes the health sector as well as the education, labour, farm, business, justice, law, defence, politics, and media sectors. All of these attempts must work together because suicide is a complicated problem that can’t be solved by just one method.
Powhatan County is a county located in the Commonwealth of Virginia. As of the 2020 census, the population was 30,033. Its county seat is Powhatan. Powhatan County is included in the Greater Richmond Region.
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