Guam is a U.S. territory and as such, is subject to all the rules and regulations of the United States. This includes the Freedom of Privacy Act that allows citizens to view certain criminal and other vital records. You might want to view Guam police records if you know someone who was involved in an incident on Guam where the police were called and a report was written. These records are kept in a central repository on Guam along with other vital records and can be obtained by sending a request to:
Guam Police Dept.
P.O. Box 23909
Tiyan, Guam 96913
Phone: (671) 472-8911
An extremely fast way to receive vital records is to use the services of an online search site. They’re used by legal professionals and genealogists on a constant basis because of their needs for accurate and up-to-date information. Legal cases rely on accurate data to prove or disprove a case and genealogists must have the information they need to proceed building the family tree. Police records are generally factual from the point of view of the policeman who generated the report and from the perspective of those involved in the incident. If there are court records involved, you may want to ask for criminal records of a person to get a more thorough background. Online search sites use the most powerful search engines and far-reaching databases to find the exact information you need and will present it to you in a report sent to your personal email address and you can read it in the privacy of your home or office. Today, we can’t be too sure about a person’s background unless we delve into private and/or government records to find the truth. A background search via the Internet is a way that we can choose whether or not to let people into our lives or not. Check out how an online search site can help you find Guam police records by clicking on the link.