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Guam Department of Corrections

The Guam Department of Corrections (DEPCOR, Chamorro: Depattamenton Mangngurihi) is an agency of the government of the United States territory of Guam that operates the island's correctional facilities.

The Guam Adult Correctional Facility (ACF) is the main correctional facility on Guam.[1] The other facilities operated by DEPCOR include the Community Corrections Center (C3), the Hagåtña Detention Facility, and the Women's Facility. ACF, the women's facility, and the C3 are in Mangilao, while the Hagåtña Detention Facility is in Hagåtña.[2]

References

  1. ^ "Guam’s Adult Correctional Facility." The Scoop. Tuesday May 26, 2009. Retrieved on May 19, 2010.
  2. ^ "Prison Security." Guam Department of Corrections. Retrieved on May 19, 2010.

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