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NAME: Adolpho Palacios
RACE: Mayoral
PARTY: Democrat
VILLAGE: Chalan Pago-Ordot
CONTACT:  Mark Perez  688-2671              477-0501
BIO:

"Education and Training

*         Master of Public Administration UOG 1981

*         Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice Administration , San

          Diego State University, 1976

*         Received training in:  EEO & ADA regulations, Civil Liability of Police

          Administrator, Court Security Seminar, Ethical Conduct of Elected

          Officials.

Work Experience

*         Construction helper/laborer, Typhoon Karen recovery, 1962-1963.

*         Stevedore, Old Commercial Port, 1963-1969.

*         Police Officer, Guam, 1969-1989.  Retired as Captain.

*         Chief Marshal, Superior Court of Guam. 1989-1991

*         Founded and Designed Palacios Security in 1986.

*         Senator 28th, 29th, 30th, and 31st Guam Legislatures (4 terms)

Current

*         President, Palacios Security Agency

*         Owner, The Cop Shop (A law enforcement/security Retail Store)"

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