GUAM P.O.S.T. (PEACE OFFICER STANDARDS & TRAINING) COMMISSION
The Guam P.O.S.T. Commission meets, at a minimum, quarterly in the Guam Community College (GCC) Learning Resource Center (LRC Room 112)
The Guam Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) Commission is a territorial level
organization, endowed with the authority to establish and set the standards for hiring, training,
ethical conduct and retention of Peace Officers for the Territory of Guam through certification
and approval (17 GCA, Chapter 51).
Mission -To establish and set the standards for the training, hiring, ethical conduct and retention
of Peace Officers for the Territory of Guam through testing, certification and review.
Vision - Become a regional leader in establishing law enforcement career and workforce standards;
assuring top-quality education & training; and providing effective services to develop professional
peace officers and law enforcement organizations.
Legislative Resolution 561-34 (COR) was presented to the members of the Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.)
Commission Research and Development Subcommittee for their work and contributions towards the enactment of Public
Law 34-136, relative to the developing entity-specific physical fitness programs, health and nutrition programs,and the
physical fitness qualification test standards on January 4, 2019.
21st Guam Fire Department Fire Cycle (August to October 2018)
16th Criminal Justice Academy (May to July 2018)
Guam P.O.S.T. Commission Membership:
Guam Police Department Chief Stephen Ignacio, P.O.S.T. Chair
Department of Corrections Director Joey Terlaje, P.O.S.T. Vice Chair
Dennis Santo Tomas, Executive Director, P.O.S.T. Commission
E-Mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
P.O.S.T. Mailing Address:
Guam P.O.S.T. Commission
Guam Community College
P.O. Box 23069, GMF
Barrigada, Guam 96921
Bertha M. Guerrero, Administrative Support