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Suba, Palacios meeting about cops' concerns

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - Law Enforcement Oversight Chair Senator Adolpho Palacios will be meeting with Police Chief Paul Suba tomorrow to discuss concerns raised by officers in the Guam Police Department. Palacios says they will also discuss the ongoing efforts regarding the Police Benefit and Compensation Packet, as well as Bill 301, which would help construct a new police headquarters.

"This is again a working meeting to share with me some of the concerns that were raised by the rank and file as a result of the meetings he had conducted and inspections he had conducted," said the senator.  Suba and Palacios about two weeks ago buried the hatchet after weeks of verbal sparring.

The meeting is at 1pm at the Chief's office in Tiyan.

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