State Clearinghouse on Missing Children

Reason to contact:

A state clearinghouse is an entity (usually law enforcement) that provides help in cases of parental child abduction.  For abductions TO the United States, they can help locate a child.  For abductions FROM the United States, they may serve as a resource to left-behind parents in filing missing person reports.


Law Enforcement

Reason to contact:

Contact your local police to file a missing person's report and request that your child's name be entered into the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) computer database. 

FBI Field Office
Guam falls under the purview of FBI Honolulu:
Honolulu Field Office
91-1300 Enterprise Street
Kapolei, HI 96707
Phone: (808) 566-4300

FBI Guam Resident Agency
Maite Branch
400 Route 8, Suite 402
Maite, Guam 96910
Phone: (671) 472-7465


Guam Police Department
Building 233 Central Avenue
Tiyan, Guam 96912
Phone:  (671) 472-8911   
Fax:  (671) 472-4036

Port Authority
1026 Cabras Highway Suite 201
Piti, Guam 96915
Phone: (671) 477-5931/472-PORT
Fax: (671) 477-2689

Country-wide resources:
Removing, or attempting to remove, a child from the United States or retaining a child outside of the United States with the intent to obstruct parental rights is a Federal crime under the International Parental Kidnapping Crime Act (18 U.S.C. 1204).  The Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) has jurisdictional authority for investigating Federal crimes.  FBI field offices are located throughout the U.S. and should be contacted if you have questions or believe your child has been or will be abducted outside of the United States.  To locate the FBI field office closest to you, access this link:



Reason to contact:

If you know your child is being taken to the airport as part of a possible abduction, contact the airport to request assistance.  You should have copies of all custody and legal documents ready to send by email or fax, if needed.  You can contact the State Department’s Office of Children’s Issues to assist you as you undertake this process at or by calling 888-407-4747. 

A.B. Won Pat International Airport
Phone: (671) 646-0300
Fax: (671) 646-8823
Airport Police: (671) 646-0308


Legal Aid

Reason to contact:

If you are party to an international parental child abduction case in the United States or abroad, a legal aid organization may be able to assist you with your legal representation.  Legal aid organizations provide legal assistance for free or for a reduced charge to eligible individuals.  Eligibility is generally based on income and resource ceilings as well as restrictions on the types of cases they will take. 

For information about legal aid and other legal referral resources, visit

Follow the prompts for the particular state in which you are seeking legal services.

Guam Attorney General
Phone: (671) 475-3324
Fax: (671) 472-2493

Guam Legislature
I Mina'trentai Unu Na
Liheslaturan Guåhan
155 Hesler Place
Hagåtña, Guam 96910
Phone: (671) 472-3501
Fax: (671) 472-3459

Justice Department of Guam

Guam Legal Services Corporation

Supreme Court
Ste. 300 Guam Judicial Center
120 West O’Brien Drive
Hagåtña, Guam 96910-5174
Clerk of the Court
Phone: (671) 475-3120/3162

Guam Bar Association
Phone: (671) 475-3396
Fax: (671) 475-3400

Locator Service
Child Support Enforcement Division
Office of the Attorney General
590 South Marine Corps Drive
Suite 704
ITC Building
Tamuning, GU 96913
Phone: (671) 475-3360
Fax: (671) 477-2159

Non-Profit Organizations
Contact Association of Missing and Exploited Children’s Organizations (AMECO) toll-free at 1-877-263-2620 for a referral


Resources for State Statutes

Reason to contact:

The resources below may be a good starting place for determining whether statutes regarding abduction prevention exist in your state.  You may want to consult the website for the Attorney General’s Office of your state or with an attorney licensed to practice law in your state.  (Please note: the resources below may not be current and may change at any time.  They are provided for informational purposes only, and are not intended to consist of legal advice).

Uniform Child Abduction Prevention Act (UCAPA) – Enactment by state

Family Abduction: Prevention and Response (6th Ed)