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Governor proclaims 2011 Police Week

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Governor Eddie Calvo has officially declared next week as Police Week to recognize the men and women, both civilian and in uniform, who are dedicated to protecting and serving the community.  During a proclamation signing, awards were given to Officer Bryan Benavente, who was named Police Officer of the Year; Sergeant Cecil Sulla was named Manager of the Year; Officer Henry Flores was named Supervisor of the Year; and Eutiquio Valasco was named Civilian of the Year. 

Events for Police Week include the Annual Peace Officer's Memorial Service, which will be held next Monday, an executive training day and an employee luncheon and Recognition Day.

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