Guam Police Records
You can gain a lot of knowledge about a person’s past by accessing public police records. You’ll know if a person is a registered sex offender, has been convicted of fraud or committed felonies. If you know a person who has lived on the Pacific island of Guam, you may access Guam public police records by following a few instructions. To make a request by mail, you may contact the following department on Guam:
Guam Police Department
Bldg. 233 Central Ave.
Tiyan, Guam 96912
Phone: (671) 472-8911
Guam Police Reports
There may be a fee of $18 for processing and it’s payable by certified check or money order. The information contained in the search report may include records associated with arrests and other issues that are solved at police stations such as naturalization issues and other background data. Keep in mind that it may take a few days or even weeks to receive a response by mail.
Since the Internet has made information available, quickly and easily, there are methods available that can provide the information you need almost instantaneously. Private, Internet search sites maintain remarkably fast and accurate search engines and databases that are able to retrieve the information you need for your search needs. These sites have become quite popular in recent years as people want to know more about those they allow into their lives or the lives of those they love. Dating sites are now filled with people who intent to commit fraud – or worse – if they find a person who might believe them without conducting a background check. You can’t depend on your instinct anymore because some people have made it their business to perfect how to get into your business or love life. We also know the pressing need to keep our children and loved ones safe from sex offenders and other unsavory people. Checking out a new coach at your child’s school, a new neighbor or a new boy- or girlfriend of your son or daughter has become the right thing to do rather than an intrusive move. Our society has become increasingly transient and we can no longer rely on a person’s word about his or her past. We have to do the work on our own or hire a private detective, which can become very expensive.
Internet search sites can get you the information you need to make a decision in a few minutes time and it will be delivered to your private email address so that you can read it in privacy. Plus, the information you provide is encrypted, so no one knows it was you who asked for the search. Find out more about how a private online search site can help you conduct a search through Guam public police records by clicking on the link.