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The Domestic Violence Action Center denied Chief Susan Ballard’s contention that their partnership failed because the center couldn’t meet promised quotas.
The Domestic Violence Action Center will return $400,000 in grants because HPD didn’t use its services when responding to domestic violence calls.
In the wake of a federal court decision challenging Hawaii’s restrictive gun laws, the commission wants a deeper look at HPD’s process for denying gun carry applications.
No video images were captured of the shooting because an HPD officer accidentally covered the lens of the camera in the pistol grip of his stun gun.
Six armed suspects have been shot and killed by Honolulu police in recent weeks. Four appear to have suffered from mental health problems.
A judge’s rejection of a police union challenge clears the way for the release of names and pay levels for hundreds of officers.
But low-level offenders, who were supposed to get services instead of jail time, still aren’t eligible for the new program.
HPD officers have been involved in two fatal shootings in a week, and a total of five in 2018.
Officers were serving a search warrant inside a residential high-rise apartment when the shooting occurred.
The HPD streamlines its application process and revamps recruitment messages to get more people to consider a career in law enforcement.