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PALACIOS, Adolpho (incumbent)
"A Working Senator"

Party: Democrat
Village: Chalan Pago
Age: 69
Spouse: Odessa Manley Acfalle Palacios
Children: Gary, Marian, and Teddy Palacios, Barbara Palacios Cepeda, Anthony J. Palacios, Catherine I. Palacios, Janice Palacios Bunn, Marie Palacios Reyes, and Adolpho Borja Palacios, Jr.
Education: Masters of Public Administration Degree, University of Guam, 1981; Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice, San Diego State University, California, graduated with honors, 1976
Experience: Construction helper/laborer, Typhoon Karen recovery, 1962-63; Stevedore, Old Commercial Port, 1963-69; Police Officer, Guam Police, 1969-1989. Retired as Police Captain, 1989; Chief Marshal, Superior Court of Guam, 1989-1991; Former Part-time Instructor, University of Guam & Guam Community College in the 1980's; Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice, San Diego State University, California, graduated with honors, 1976; Master of Public Administration Degree (MPA), University of Guam, 1981; Elected by the University of Guam to "Who's Who Among Students in American Universities & Colleges, 1974; Member, GCC Craft Committee on Criminal Justice, 1989; Design & founded Palacios Security in October 1986; Designed & directed the 1986 GPD Pay Range Re-assignment Project ($1 Million pay raises); Established The Cop Shop, a public safety retail store, 1995; Received training in: EEO & ADA Regulations, Civil Liability of Police Administrator, Court Security Management, Court Security Seminar, Ethical Conduct of Elected Officials; Senator, 29th and 28th Guam Legislatures
E-mail: SenABPalacios@gmail.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Adolpho-B-Palacios-Sr/129360030436696?ref=ts

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