Guam is a U.S. territory and as such is subject to the United State’s laws governing arrest records searches. You can search through Guam arrest records by choosing one of several methods. If you want to have a report delivered by mail, you must be ready to pay a fee not exceeding $5 per copy and follow the guidelines for vital records and documents. This includes writing a letter stating why you need the arrest record(s) and stating your own address and personal information plus include a self-addressed, stamped envelope for returning the data. You’ll need to include all the information you know about the person about whom you’re requesting the record, including social security number, if possible. Send the letter and fee to:
Guam Criminal History
District Court of Guam
520 West Soledad Ave.
Hagatna, GU 96910
Phone: (671) 473-9100
It may take awhile to receive the information, and you need to be wary of the accuracy of the data received. Sometimes, state (or territory) based services are slow and under-staffed, so that data may appear that doesn’t pertain to the person in question. Even worse – valuable information might be omitted. The decision you make about a person whose information you’re searching for should be based on up-to-date and accurate data. While Guam is a small island, crime is highly visible, and you should be sure that if you’re searching for records of someone who has spent time on the island that the information is accurate.
There are online, fee-based services that you can use and be more assured of a report that’s clear and concise and one that you can base an honest decision on. These search services are tools that many legal professionals and others who rely on the most accurate data available and receiving it in the shortest amount of time possible. You’ll pay a reasonable fee, but the personal information you give if encrypted, ensuring that no one will know that you were the person requesting the data. What you’ll receive from the transaction is a report that will help you make the decision you should about a person who has entered yours or a loved one’s life and that you’re suspicious of. There are other reasons besides suspicion that might spur you on to check arrest records in a state or territory. You might need data on immigration issues, adoption or a person you’re considering letting watch your home or your children. There are so many scams and ways to commit fraud that you can’t be too careful about your possessions – and especially your children. Click on the link to find out more about how you can use an online, search based service to help you find Guam arrest records.