by Ken Quintanilla Guam - The Guam Police Department unveiled five new Ford Police Interceptors today at the Governor's Office. The vehicles are valued at $47,000 made available through escheated funds appropriated by the Guam Legislature last year. "With this, infusion of vehicles for our fleet, I'm sure the Guam Police Department, a lot of my command staff and my troops are happy that they'll actually be able to get out and have access to the villages and making sure that they protect and serve the community," said chief of police Fred Bordallo. He says the new vehicles will be used by the Patrol Division and Special Investigations Section and Canine Unit.
fact that we have domestic human trafficking." Human trafficking is the fastest growing criminal industry in the world with nearly 27 million victims.