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UPDATED: Maui prosecutors will consider whether a corrections officer who shot an escaping inmate should face criminal charges, and the state AG is reviewing another shooting by a deputy sheriff.
The Honolulu Police Commission gave the former chief a retirement payment of $250,000 after he was named as the target of a federal criminal investigation.
The court ruled in favor of the Civil Beat Law Center on a case involving the Honolulu Police Commission’s actions.
Louis and Katherine Kealoha are on trial with three Honolulu police officers for allegedly framing a family member for the theft of their mailbox.
The Honolulu Police Department is trying some innovative ideas to fill hundreds of vacancies.
The trial took a break last week. That gave the court a chance to release some of the exhibits prosecutors have presented to the jury.
UPDATED: He died hours after police officers used a Taser and pepper spray on him while responding to a disorderly conduct call.
The council wants to overturn the Police Commission’s decision to pay for the former police chief’s defense in a public corruption trial.
An FBI specialist testified that much of the surveillance video from outside the couple’s home on the day before the mailbox theft appeared to be recorded over.
A council committee wants to file a lawsuit in an attempt to overturn a Honolulu Police Commission decision.
After a “bad month” for officers being arrested on abuse allegations, the department talks about a new initiative. But not everyone thinks it will help.
Haleck was killed in 2015 after a scuffle with Honolulu police officers. A lawsuit filed against three officers is now going to trial.