GPD Records & ID Section open half day for limited services

BACK IN LINE: A line of customers formed outside the Guam Police Department's Records & I.D. office at the ITC Building in Tamuning in June after the administration announced the reopening of government agencies. GovGuam agencies shut down again in August. The section is open but for appointments only. Haruo Simion/The Guam Daily Post

The Guam Police Department’s Records & Identification Section will open for limited service from 8 a.m.-noon.

According to a GPD press release, services to the public will only consist of:

• Police Clearances

• Crash Reports

• Criminal & Non-criminal abstract reports

Records & ID Section will not be accepting new or renewal of firearms ID and registration of firearms.

Please note, all transactions will be by appointment only. Walk-ins will not be entertained.

To request police clearances, crash reports, and abstract reports send an email to or call 475-8500 or 475-8506.

Whether you're calling in or sending an email please provide your full name, contact number, and type of police records you are requesting. 

GPD personnel will contact you via telephone and may request additional information and schedule an appointment for the applicant with further instructions.

All applicants must present a valid ID when retrieving documents and making payments. 

To prevent the spread of COVID-19, all applicants entering GPD’s Records and ID Section will be required to wear a mask and have their temperature checked. Applicants will have to sanitize their hands and adhere to the recommended CDC social distancing guidelines.


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