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Details being finalized for Police in Neighborhoods program

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 by Jolene Toves

Guam - The Guam Housing and Urban Renewal Authority is getting closer to implementing their Police in Neighborhoods program. They are expanding their call for interested participants to reserve officers which GHURA director Michael Duenas says works well with the program.

He adds that issues with insurance and weapon possession have been worked out.

"We've addressed the issues here were issues about workers comp coverage liability as police officers they will be able to keep their weapons with them they just have to follow the appropriate safety precautions to ensure its locked safely in their house," he explained.

According to Duenas the details of the MOU have been worked out and approved all that is left is the specific actions they expect of the officers and the support GHURA will provide. Discussions will take place over the next few weeks.
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