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GPD procurement audit nears completion

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - The Guam Police Department's procurement audit is expected to be complete by the end of next week. Jennifer Reyes, who is employed at the Department of Parks and Recreation, has been detailed to GPD for several months to conduct an audit of procurement practices.

Reyes tells KUAM News she was tasked to ensure the agency would obtain sufficient funding and manpower. Reyes has been working out of Adelup to provide a final report to the acting chief of police by next Friday so the audit can be used to provide justification for future department plans.

Reyes' name may sound familiar, as charges were recently dropped accusing her of using a fire department official purchase order to buy more than $400 worth of parts for her personal truck. Reyes meanwhile says she plans to retire from the government in the next two months.

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