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GPD Records & ID moving to Tamuning

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - If you need a police clearance, now is the time to get it.  The Guam Police Department's Records & ID Section will be moving to its new location in Tamuning next week. GPD is advising the public that Records & ID will be closed all of next week in order to allow time to accommodate the move out of Tiyan.  Additionally the Planning, Research and Development Section will begin moving out starting Wednesday. 

So if you need to visit the Records & ID, you are urged to do so this week as the section will be closed all next week in order to move to the new location on the first floor at the ITC Building.

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