Jim Dooley

Jim Dooley was an investigative reporter in Honolulu for more than 30 years, working for print, television and online outlets. He is the author of "Sunny Skies, Shady Characters: Cops, Killers and Corruption in the Aloha State," published by University of Hawaii Press.
Oahu’s Alleged Mob Boss Has A Well-Documented Life Of Crime And Violence Hawaii News Now

Oahu’s Alleged Mob Boss Has A Well-Documented Life Of Crime And Violence

Michael Miske Jr. is at the center of a federal organized crime probe that could potentially bring him the death penalty.

From ‘Flying Carpets’ To The Kealohas: Hawaii’s Rich History Of Scandal April Estrellon

From ‘Flying Carpets’ To The Kealohas: Hawaii’s Rich History Of Scandal

Stories of misdeeds and corruption have helped shape Hawaii’s history, going back to a royal opium scandal that contributed to efforts to overthrow the monarchy.

Jim Dooley: Secrecy, Unwavering Loyalty A Recipe For Police Corruption Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Jim Dooley: Secrecy, Unwavering Loyalty A Recipe For Police Corruption

The unique characteristics of HPD’s Criminal Intelligence Unit have led to recurring scandals that go back nearly 5o years.