by Nick Delgado
Guam - The increase in retirement has officers at the Department of Corrections pulling more overtime, but they haven't gotten compensated for it. According to DepCor spokesperson Lieutenant Antone Aguon, the department has not been able to pay overtime as well as night differential and hazardous pay since July of this year - that's about six pay periods behind.
Aguon says to date the department owes its officers more than $266,000 in OT, over $14,000 in night differential and more than $300,000 in hazardous pay.
There's been word provided on when DepCor will be able to pay what's owed.