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Michelle Yu

Spokeswoman

Honolulu Police Department

HQ Phone:  (808) 723-3775

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Honolulu Police Department

801 South Beretania St

Honolulu, Hawaii,96813

United States

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The Honolulu Police Department today is a large, modern law enforcement agency that has many unique features that sets it apart from counterparts in the other 49 states and the rest of the world. Start with the Introduction and continue to HPD in the 90's for ... more.

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www.hawaiifreepress.com

Answer: There is no process to de-register a firearm in Hawaii, according to Honolulu Police Department spokeswoman Michelle Yu.
A gun owner may sell or transfer ownership to a licensed firearms dealer or to a private citizen who has a valid permit to acquire the firearm, she said.


highlandstoday.com

The incident is under investigation, and the number of people, if any, who might be charged has not yet been decided, said Michelle Yu, spokeswoman for the Honolulu Police Department.
The state attorney general's office had been handling the case until it was turned over to police last week, and it's unclear whether there's enough evidence for prosecutors to press charges, she said.


www.officer.com

Michelle Yu, HPD spokeswoman, said the department is aware of some officers using personally purchased cameras.
"This is a personal choice," she said in an email. "Currently there is no policy that prohibits their use." She said HPD is looking into obtaining funding for a body camera pilot program and will begin drafting policies shortly. Yu did not have an estimate on how many officers wear body cameras, but the number appears small. The officer who was wearing his personal device knew of only one or two other officers who wear body cameras. One barrier to obtaining personal cameras is cost. The officer who wears his own camera said he bought an upgraded version with 18 hours of memory for about $450. Another HPD officer, who requested anonymity, said he supports body cameras because they can change the way people behave, including officers, and people sometimes make false accusations. He said in one incident he was with an officer who calmed down a situation by saying he was turning on his personal body camera.


www.kalanienglish.com [cached]

Michelle Yu, spokeswoman for the Honolulu Police Department, said that the agency is against legalizing marijuana.
She said that the drug has a high potential for addiction and abuse.


www.rondelord.com [cached]

HPD spokeswoman Michelle Yu said Kealoha is aware of Maafala's comments but had no immediate comment.


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