by Krystal Paco
Guam - Despite the plan for the five newly sworn-in school resource officers to start work today at island high schools, none could report to work today, evidently the paper work wasn't completed.
Department of Education interim superintendent Taling Taitano told KUAM News, "We want to make sure that all the required documents are in place before we have them on our campus. I think we're very close we have some working documents that we will hopefully be looking at in the next day or so."
Taitano hopes to have all documentation finalized with the Superior Court by this week. The SRO program is intended to keep peace and deter criminal activity on school grounds.