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Senator meets with chief, cops

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Senator Adolpho Palacios met with Police Chief Paul Suba and other police officers this afternoon to resolve several concerns raised by the Guam Police Department's rank-and-file. Palacios says the meeting was productive as they were able to discuss several issues, including the need for more equipment and personnel with the expected visit of President Barack Obama next month.

Palacios says today's working meeting also resolved issues between him and the chief, telling KUAM News, "There's nothing to look back to, by working with him it'll be to my benefit that I'll be able to accomplish a whole lot more."

Palacios is also hoping he can have meeting with the chief and his personnel on a monthly basis.

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