Honolulu Police Chief Susan Ballard will be monitored for 60 days starting April 15.
The mayor said it’s up to the community to keep case counts low.
The employee faces up to 20 years in prison.
HPD has new rules about when officers can shoot at moving vehicles, use vascular neck restraints and deploy other uses of force.
The artists’ plight highlights the uneven way in which Honolulu has reopened.
The police chased and shot at a vehicle holding teenagers and a 22-year-old, the police chief said.
The first round of applications has already closed. It’s unclear when the second round will launch.
The mayor wants to change the tier system to keep current restrictions the same.
Four years ago, she was praised for righting a department in turmoil. Now, under fire from critics inside and outside the department, Ballard faces a new assessment from the Honolulu Police Commission.