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Criminal history, including the date of all arrests and convictions, the status of parole, probation, or supervised release, registration status, all relevant information related to the underlying crime which triggered the registration requirements of this Chapter, any sex offender registration status, and any outstanding arrest warrants; (F) Treatment Documentation.
Documentation of any treatment that the sex offender has completed, is currently undergoing, or wherein the sex offender has been ordered to attend and complete by any court on Guam, as defined under § 89.01(n); (G) Fingerprints and Palm Prints. A DNA sample of the offender; (I) Text of Registration of Offense.
The following persons shall have the absolute duty to register on Guam at the Judiciary of Guam, Probation Division, pursuant to this Chapter: (1) Residents.
Any person who resides on Guam that has been or is hereafter convicted of a sex offense; and (2) Non-Residents.
The text of the provision of law defining the criminal offense for which the sex offender is registered; (J) Notice and Acknowledgement Form of Registration Requirements.
All sex offenders will sign and acknowledge a notice and acknowledgement form which shall provide information regarding the registration requirements and duties of sex offenders.
A photocopy of all valid driver’s licenses or identification cards, if any, issued to the offender by any and all jurisdictions (digitized form); (D) Passport and Immigration Documents.
(b) Registration Requirements; Information to be Registered. All persons required to register shall provide all of the information detailed in this Section to the Judiciary of Guam, Probation Division, and the Judiciary of Guam, Probation Division, shall obtain all of the information detailed in this Section from any person required to register with Guam in accordance with this Chapter, and shall implement any relevant policies and procedures necessary to effectuate the intent of this code. To the greatest extent possible, all information obtained under this code shall be maintained by the Judiciary of Guam, Probation Division, in a digitized format. There is hereby established a Sex Offender Registry, which the Judiciary of Guam, Probation Division, shall maintain and operate pursuant to the provisions of this Chapter, as amended.The sex offender registry shall be maintained in an electronic database by the Judiciary of Guam, Probation Division, and shall be in a form capable of electronic transmission.This sex offender registry may also be maintained in any other form in addition to the electronic database described above. The following information must be registered and updated by any sex offender required to register under this Chapter at the Judiciary of Guam, Probation Division, or at the designated agency assigned to manage the Sex Offender Registry Management System: (A) Name, Date of Birth, Social Security Number.The duty to register under this Chapter shall not be applicable to any sex offender whose conviction was reversed upon appeal, or who was pardoned by I Maga’lahen Guåhan, or who has been pardoned by the designated agency or individual of any jurisdiction as defined in this code. (1) Every person convicted in court of a criminal sexual conduct offense, or of a criminal offense against a victim who is a minor, shall provide a biological sample to the Guam Police Department for DNA profile information typing upon conviction.(2) Every person who was convicted in court of a criminal sexual conduct offense or of a criminal offense against a victim who is a minor and is incarcerated on the effective date of this law shall provide a biological sample for DNA profile information no later than ninety (90) calendar days after the effective date of this law.