State law authorizes the placement of local law enforcement or security personnel on school campuses through MOUs or partnership agreements.
10 Guam Code Annotated 77119 Assignment of Police Officers.
(a) The Chief of Police, or his designee, may assign police officers consistent with the needs of the Department to the villages so as to be the most efficient in carrying out the purposes of the Department to preserve the peace, to enforce the law and to prevent and detect crime.
(b) The Chief of Police may assign those hired as limited term police officers to serve as a school resource officer, who at the minimum will be responsible for addressing drugs and violence in the schools, the investigation of criminal activity involving juveniles, and other duties as agreed upon by the parties in a Memorandum of Understanding and whose employment shall be on a school-year basis.
Memorandum of Agreement Between the Guam Department of Education and the Judiciary of Guam Regarding the School Resource Officer Program Under Programman Inagofli'e'
MOA establishes partnership between Guam DOE and the Guam Judiciary for the School Resource Officer program.
Memorandum of Agreement Between the Guam Public School System and Department of Customs and Quarantine
MOA establishes partnership between Guam Public School System and the Department of Customs and Quarantine for the conducting of student search and seizure and multi-hazard school planning teams.
SOP 1200-008 School Crime Stoppers Program
Standard Operating Procedure establishes the duties and responsibilities of DOE School Safety Coordinators (SSC) and their collaboration with the School Crime Stoppers Coordinator (SCSC). The SCSC is an appointed Guam Police Department Officer.