This study investigated the role of gender, personality type and coping pattern on death anxiety among police officers in Owerri, Imo State. Two hundred and fourty-two (242) police officers were sampled using convenience sampling method from the Imo State Central Police Station at Shell Camp Owerri participated in this study. Participants were within the age range of 26 to 57 years with a mean age of 40.23. The participants were administered with the Type A Behaviour Scale, Death Anxiety Scale (DAS) and the Problem Focus Inventory (PFI). Three hypotheses were postulated and tested. Cross sectional survey design was adopted and 3-Way ANOVA was used to analyze data. Result showed that personality type had no significant influence on death anxiety while coping pattern had significant influence death anxiety. Also, gender had no significant influence death anxiety. The study also revealed that there is no gender difference in death anxiety and helps to refute the common belief that females have higher death anxiety levels.