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Suba continues Civ/Mil Task Force work

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - Acting Police Chief Frank Ishizaki says Captain Paul Suba remains assigned to the Police Commander's Office under Acting Commander Major Ricardo Leon Guerrero. He says they are working to have him integrated into another department in a different capacity.

In the meantime, Ishizaki says the former top brass is getting back to work on various projects in GPD, telling KUAM News, "We do have projects that he needs to finish; one is he worked a lot on the Civilian Military Task Force and there's new mandates that we're going to try and jump on and that deals with social economic concerns for our territory with the anticipated move of Marines, so that'd be one of the projects.  But we have a lot of projects and a lot of needs of work that has to be done and he'll be working on those."

"As far as any concerns those are matters that the police commander and my command staff are working on," he explained.

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