52 Sex Offenders on Guam Not in Compliance with SORNA


Guam – The United States Marshals District of Guam has concluded a three day sex offender compliance verification operation on the island.

This was the first operation of its kind on Guam and was a collaboration of the Marshall’s Service, Judiciary of Guam and other Law Enforcement Partners under the U.S. Marshall Service Taotaomona Task Force to make sure sex offenders living on Guam are in compliance with the Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act (SORNA).

During a Press Conference in District Court today U.S. Attorney for Guam and the CNMI Alicia Limtiaco explained that this effort in turn will protect Guam’s Children from Online Solicitation, Child Sexual Exploitation and other Criminal Activity.

While 152 Sex Offenders were found to be in Compliance with SORNA, 52 were found to be Non-Complaint.  Those 52 case4s will be reviewed individually by the Marshall’s Office.