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Guam - Obtain Police Clearance Certificate (PCC, Court Record Clearance)

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A police certificate is an official document issued by police or government agency of a country to enumerate any criminal records that the applicant may or may not have. Criminal records may include arrest, conviction, and possibly criminal proceedings.

The Guam Police Department does not release a copy of an actual criminal police report without a subpoena; however; a criminal abstract can be requested regarding a criminal case.


  • Relevant document: ‘Court Record Clearance’.
  • Residents: Apply to the local police authority.
  • Non-residents: Apply to the address above.
  • Provide: name, date of birth, social security number.
  • Fee: payable.

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  • All compulsory fields should be filled in.
  • Make sure all entered information is correct.
  • Make sure all required documents are provided.

Required Information

  • Last name
  • Name (s)
  • Married name
  • Date of birth
  • Place of birth
  • Department No.
  • District
  • Home address


Local Requests
  • You should obtain a Court Record Clearance from the local police authority.
Non-Resident Requests
  • You should apply in writing to:
Superior Court of Guam Records Division
120 O’Brien Drive
Hagatna 96 910

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Required Documents

Provide: application form, proof of identity or residence status in country (photocopy of passport or identity card


  • Certificate of Good Standing 2-3 Day service $25.00
  • Certificate of Good Standing each copy $5.00


Explain the time until which the certificate/document is valid.
e.g. Birth Certificate Valid Forever

Documents to Use

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Sample Documents

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Processing Time

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Office Locations & Contacts

Supreme Court of Guam
Ste 300 Guam Judicial Center
120 West O’Brien Drive
Hagåtña, Guam 96910-5174
Supreme Court of Guam Contacts
Guam Police Department (Dipattamenton Polisian Guahan) – Divisions & Sections Directory
Guam Embassies and Consulates

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Information which might help

It is the applicant’s responsibility to contact the relevant authorities to obtain the necessary police certificates or clearances. Each country’s procedures are different. Applicants may have to apply to more than one level of government or more than one agency - municipal, provincial, state, federal and the police, courts or similar governmental agencies for the police certificate. If a police certificate cannot be obtained from any of the countries on the list, provide a written explanation why and an original letter from the police authority confirming that it will not issue a certificate.

Other uses of the Document/Certificate

In many immigration cases you may be requested by relevant Government to present Police Clearance Certificate from another country where you have resided for some time. If you are going through immigration process, you will definitely be asked for such a certificate.

External Links


Government of Guam

Government of Guam Directory

Guam Police Department

Guam Judiciary

Supreme Court of Guam


Police clearance certificate is an official document issued by the police in a country, certifying the criminal record or otherwise of the applicant. Ideally, every adult who has been a resident in any country for six months and over requires a police clearance certificate from that country when applying for visa or immigration services.

Sometimes people who intend to work abroad or in highly sensitive establishments also require reports of good behavior, especially from the police, before they are allowed to work.

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