Friday, 17 February 2017

GPD procures 10 new vehicles

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The police force added new vehicles to their fleet, including a motorcycle.

Guam - The Mandaña spirit is "coming to fruition," according to Police Chief J.I. Cruz, with the procurement of new vehicles that will be used by the Neighborhood Patrol Division and Forensic Science Division.

A ceremony was held at the Governor's Complex in Adelup to present the 10 newly-acquired vehicles for the Guam Police Department, including a motorcycle, four Dodge Chargers, and a Dodge Durango.

According to Police Chief J.I. Cruz, "we went through the right procurement process because we used taxpayer dollars to purchase the vehicles we have here today, we still had stakeholders coming to the table to work with the Guam Police Department so we can procure such a fleet of vehicles."

A press release states that the vehicles were purchased through the Police Patrol Vehicle Revolving Fund and the Tourist Attraction Fund, and the motorcycle was donated by Cycles Plus.

The new vehicles will be used by the Neighborhood Patrol Division and Forensic Science Division.

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