News that the price of illegal drugs like crystal methamphetamine is dropping and that their availability and the number of drug seizures in Guam are increasing should bring a few courses of action to the top of the priority lists for businesses, organizations and government agencies. Drug usage and crime go hand in hand, so we need to be aware that this may mean a more opportunistic climate for unwelcome incidences in our businesses and in public areas.
Businesses that operate in our islands have been privileged in that the communities are small so people can generally be . . .
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