GPD gets nearly $23K in Personal Protective Equipment


The Guam Police Department has received nearly $23,000 in Personal Protective Equipment.

The Bureau of Statistics and Plans helped procure the PPEs with funding provided by the U.S. Justice Department’s ‘Coronavirus Emergency Supplemental Funding Program.’

In a news release, GPD spokesman Sgt. Paul Tapao says the various PPEs will continue to allow “both our uniformed officers and our civilian support employees to better serve the greater community.”

The new PPE gear includes: 

  • 2,150 Disposable Surgical Masks totaling $1,634.00
  • 1,490 boxes of Nitrile Gloves totaling $8,412.00
  • 948 Hand Sanitizers totaling $5,910.00
  • 40 Sanitary Hand Wipes totaling $220.00
  • 15 Non Contact Thermometers totaling $1,830.00
  • 199 Safety Goggles totaling $1,134.30
  • 300 N95 Masks totaling $295.50
  • 504 bottles of Rubbing Alcohol totaling $1,512.00
  • 114 boxes of Disposable Surgical Masks totaling $2,850.00