MANGILAO, Guam — Guam Community College is hosting its first Marine Terrestrial Conservation Enforcement Academy to enable law enforcement professionals from around the Pacific islands to study methods of enforcing conservation of marine and land resources throughout the Pacific. The academy covers protection of wildlife, marine life and efforts to halt human trafficking in the region, according to an Aug. 7 release.
The academy began on July 24 and will run through Oct. 6, and is attended by 18 law enforcement officials from police departments, attorney generals’ offices and regional Environmental Protection Agency offices on Guam, Pohnpei, Kosrae, Chuuk . . .
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