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GPD still looking for office space

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Moving out of Tiyan apparently isn't as easy as the Guam Police Department had originally thought. GPD has yet to completely move its current headquarters to the other side of Tiyan as required by its landlord, the airport.  GPD Administrative Bureau Chief Captain Mark Charfauros says officials are having difficulty finding a place to house the department's Record and ID Section. 

The department is working with the Guam Economic Development Authority to find a new location for the section.  Meanwhile, SWAT and Marine Patrol will be housed across the Corn Building in Anigua while the Recreational Boating Section will be moving to Sinajana. 

Charfauros says federal funding will be used to pay for office space. The airport meanwhile is waiting for the department to move out so it can demolish the buildings.

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