Members of the Andersen Air Force Base Office of Special Investigations worked to build relations with Guam’s neighbors, throughout the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, by traveling and meeting face-to-face with local law enforcement and security counterparts in April.
“The goal of this trip was to reestablish contact with our law enforcement and security counterparts, and continue to build these relationships,” said Special Agent Andrew Cox, OSI Guam. “OSI has a long history of partnering with local, state, and federal counterparts by complementing one another’s strengths, working joint investigations, and conducting subject matter expert exchanges to provide increased security and law enforcement effectiveness.”
During the two-week mission, OSI-Guam agents met with members of the Department of Public Safety, Customs, Port Authorities and various federal agencies from Saipan, Tinian, and Rota.
“We hoped to learn…
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