The Guam Police Department is closer to moving into its new central precinct, which already had a ribbon-cutting last June.
The 10,000-square-foot facility was built with federal funds. Inside the new precinct will be the police commander’s office, briefing and interview rooms and also separate holding cells for juvenile and adult offenders.
GPD has already been given a conditional occupancy permit and has started the process of moving in furniture and the hardware necessary to operate.
The new precinct will serve more than 50,000 residents of central Guam living in the villages of Barrigada, Sinajana, Agana Heights, Hagåtña, Mangilao, Asan-Maina, Mongmong-Toto-Maite, Yona and Ordot-Chalan Pago.