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Police chief looking to select second-in-command

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Police Chief Fred Bordallo is waiting on the Department of Administration to review and evaluate applications that were submitted for the police commander position.  Once the evaluations and ratings are completed, the chief will conduct interviews. 

Bordallo says he's looking for an individual who will be his second in command to hold the highest ranking uniformed classified position in the police department, telling KUAM News, "They have to be very cognizant of what it will take to get the department to move forward in the direction that I want in term of my philosophy. And they should share same ideas I have strategically to look at the department so this candidate is going to face questions in the interview of things that engage him on how he's going to come up with some ideas, concepts of strategic management."

Bordallo says he wants to hear from candidates on their ideas on how to improve the department, their leadership philosophy and strategies to move GPD forward.  He says the ideal candidate will be well respected among the troops and someone they can relate to.

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