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Ishizaki says he'll take polygraph, if necessary

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - Deputy Chief of the Guam Police Department Frank Ishizaki says if it is necessary that he will gladly take another polygraph test. His response follows a Guam Attorney General opinion requested by Law Enforcement Oversight Chair Senator Adolpho Palacios that states Ishizaki must submit to and pass a polygraph examination.

Ishizaki tells KUAM News that he did complete the psychological evaluation and background investigation when he was being considered for the top brass position, which he turned down. Palacios contends Ishizaki has no authority in GPD since he did not take the exam. However, the deputy says that he welcomes another shot at taking it and hopes that the funds can be found for the exam.

We should also point out that lawmakers are set to vote on a bill that would do away with the deputy chief position.

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