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NAME: Fred Bordallo
RACE: Senatorial
PARTY: Democrat
VILLAGE: Santa Rita
CONTACT:  Bertha S. Duenas, 671-486-6921
BIO:

Fred is the son of Attorney Fred E. Bordallo , and Annie Underwood Bordallo (Former Director of Guam Memorial Hospital Nurse’s Department & Sagua Minagu Birthing Center). Fred was born on July 28, 1959, and was raised in Agana Heights and Tamuning. He graduated from Saint Anthony School in Tamuning in 1973,Father Duenas Memorial High School in 1977. He attended and received a Associated of Science in Criminal Justice from the Guam Community College in 1991, a Bachelor’s of Science in Public Administration from the University of Guam in 1998, Master of Public Administration from the University of Guam in 2001, Master of Human Relations in 2004 from the University of Oklahoma, attended the Naval Postgraduate School Center for Homeland Defense and Security and earned fifty five graduate credits in Homeland Security Studies cohort 1201/1202 from 2011- 2013, Graduated from the Asia Pacific Center for Security Studies Junior Executive Course in 2005, Graduated from the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Law Enforcement Executive Development Seminar (LEEDS) Session # 71 in 2012, and the Naval Postgraduate School Center for Homeland Defense and Security’s Pacific Executive Leadership Program in 2014.

Fred is a military veteran who completed military service with the United States Marine Corps from 1978-1985, the United States Naval Reserves Unit NR-120 Guam, 1999-2006, and the United States Army Reserves 368th Military Police Company, Guam, from 2007-2013.

He served with the Guam Police Department from 1986 to 2015, beginning assignments as a patrol officer with the Neighborhood Patrol Division then assignments as a traffic investigator, internal affairs investigator, field shift supervisor, operations/administrative sergeant, officer in charge training section, public information officer, deputy precinct commander, precinct commander, division chief, and acting bureau chief. During Fred’s police career, he was promoted to the ranks of Police Officer II, Police Officer III, Police Sergeant I. Police Lieutenant, Police Captain and appointed as the Chief of Police for the Guam Police Department in 2011.

 He served in several non-profit organizations; the Guam Humanities Council, Young Men’s League of Guam, WestCARE, and currently is a member of the Guam Police Volunteer’s Association. He served in taskforce and commissions; Mental Advisory Council, Guam Peace Council, Guam Systems of Care, Guam Peace Officer Standards (POST) Commission, Governor’s Taskforce on Homeless and the Governor’s blue ribbon commission for Department of Corrections.

Fred’s education, training and experience has resulted in submission of policy position papers on legislation, executive government level initiatives, and conference training presentations on community orientated policing, drug trafficking, and human trafficking. Fred conducted and designed training in Basic Incident Command Systems, Police leadership, and Strategic Planning for the Guam Police Department’s workforce. He served as an Adjunct faculty for the Guam Community College instructing a course on Criminal Justice, and with the University of Guam College of Arts & Sciences instructing a course entitled Military Use of Force & International Relations.

Fred’s current research interest focuses on government policy in the areas of criminal justice and public safety reform, homeland security (counterterrorism & emergency management), human resource management/ personnel administration, and regulatory intergovernmental policy, national security issues within the domain of military, Federal and local government affairs. For research work, Fred maintains membership with various research data base publications from the Naval Postgraduate School Center for Homeland Defense and Security, Academic Research Gate linked with University of Oklahoma research students, and the Asia Pacific Center for Security Studies Alumni web page.

Fred resides in the southern village of Santa Rita with his wife Dolores San Nicolas Cruz Bordallo “Lily” a teacher with DODEA School. The four children they raised are Joleen, Joseph, Monique, and Fred.

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