FBI teaches citizens about its work on Guam

INSIDE LOOK: On Nov. 5, the FBI Citizens Academy was hosted by the District Court of Guam, Chief Judge Frances Tydingco-Gatewood and Magistrate Judge Joaquin V. E. Manibusan, Jr. According to the FBI, its Citizens Academy programs are six-to-eight-week programs that give business, religious, civic, and community leaders an inside look at the FBI. The mission of the FBI Citizens Academies is to foster a greater understanding of the role of federal law enforcement in the community through frank discussion and education. Sixteen citizens attended the local academy. Front row, from left, are the presenters: Deputy U.S. Marshal Reginald Scales from the U.S. Marshals Service; resident agent In charge Joshua Fisher from the U.S. Secret Service; U.S. Federal Public Defender John Gorman; U.S. Probation Office Chief Kim Walmsley; Assistant Attorney General Stephen Leon Guerrero from the U.S. Attorney General’s Office; Deputy Chief Grace Flores from the U.S. Probation Office; and Michele Ernst from FBI’s Guam resident agency, who coordinated this event with the court.