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AG's opinion sought on reservist requirements

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Dozens of police reservists have been pulled off any patrol or field operations or investigations. Reservists received an email earlier this month informing them that all civilian police reservist officers who were hired after 1997 to the present and who have not taken and passed the polygraph exam as well as the psychological exam can only perform administrative or desk watch duties. 

When KUAM News inquired about the reservists status, Guam Police Department Spokesperson Officer A.J. Balajadia said the agency has not issued that directive and instead is drafting a letter requesting an attorney general's opinion on whether reservists are mandated to take the polygraph and psychological examinations.

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