HPD has yet to release any of its findings about the day two of its officers were killed.
The Honolulu Police Commission didn’t ask many questions about a covert operation that targeted the city’s former medical examiner.
Ransen Taito admitted to lying to federal investigators after Kealoha told him his mom would go to prison if he didn’t cover for her.
HPD says the change emphasizes critical thinking, but others argue police must know some things by heart.
Honolulu Police Commission Chairwoman Shannon Alivado says Chief Susan Ballard must answer some tough questions about a 2019 operation that stemmed from a complaint from the mayor’s office.
Former Honolulu medical examiner Dr. Christopher Happy was tailed by an elite intelligence unit at the request of the mayor’s office.
The public can finally learn why an arbitrator felt HPD Sgt. Darren Cachola should not have been fired after a video surfaced showing him fighting with his girlfriend.
City Councilman Tommy Waters identified holes that remain in the department’s handling of misconduct, especially when it involves the chief.