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GPD waiting for telecomm hookup at HQ

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - The Guam Police Department should have moved out of their Tiyan headquarters three months ago, but there are still some logistical issues before they can completely move to the new headquarters. Furniture and most of the personnel have already moved to the other side of Tiyan to the former Guam Customs and Quarantine Agency offices, but spokesperson Officer A.J. Balajadia says the Records & ID Section and some administrative personnel can't be moved until the building is hooked up with phone lines and Internet access.

"Part of the problem is we still don't have it hooked up to where we can receive emails and send emails as well as phone lines so we are working on getting that taken care of and once that's all in place then we'll formally move in," he said.

The police department is optimistic it can be completely moved out before the end of the year. The airport forced GPD to move out as the Federal Aviation Administration had threatened to withhold millions in federal funding.

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