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LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS SAFETY ACT of 2004 (LEOSA) 18 USC §926C. The Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act (LEOSA) is a federal statute which allows qualified active and retired law enforcement officers to carry a concealed firearm in the State of Hawaii IF requirements of LEOSA and State of Hawaii laws are met.

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Department of the Attorney General Overview

(2 days ago) The Attorney General is the chief legal officer and chief law enforcement officer of the State of Hawaii. The Attorney General is appointed by the Governor. 180 attorneys and over 500 professional and support personnel assist the Attorney General in fulfilling the responsibilities of the office. Personally or through deputy attorneys general

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Department of the Attorney General Divisions

(3 days ago) Family Law Division. The Family Law Division handles all state litigation under the jurisdiction of Family Court, such as child and adult protection, guardianships, truancy, adolescent mental health cases, and involuntary civil mental commitment hearings. Clients include the Department of Health, the Department of Human Services, the Department

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Criminal Justice Division Law Enforcement Officer Independent …

(7 days ago) The Law Enforcement Officer Independent Review Board was created in 2017 and is codified at Hawaii Revised Statutes § 28-151 et. seq. The Board is responsible for reviewing criminal investigations of incidents of officer-involved deaths conducted by law enforcement agencies. The Board evaluates the fairness of investigations and determines whether criminal prosecution or …

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GUIDELINE FOR CARRYING A CONCEALED FIREARM IN THE …

(5 days ago) by law to engage in or supervise the prevention, detection, investigation, or prosecution of, or the incarceration of any person for, any violation of law, and has statutory powers of arrest or apprehension under section 807(b) of title 10, United States …

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State of Hawai‘i

(9 days ago) The Law Enforcement Standards B oard (“Board”) was established by Act 220, Session Laws of Hawaii 2018, which added to the Hawaii Revised Statutes a new chapter that is codified as chapter 139. The Board is charged with providing programs

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Criminal Justice Division Law Enforcement Officer Independent …

(4 days ago) Minutes of Meeting on January 21, 2020 DRAFT Justin Waiki Recommendation to Hawaii County Prosecutor January 21, 2020 Law Enforcement Officer Independent Review Board Meeting Agenda Draft Minutes of the Law Enforcement Officer Independent Review Board Meeting August 22, 2019 August 22. 2019 Notice of Meeting and Agenda June 20, 2019 Board Materials June …

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Criminal Justice Division Law Enforcement Officer Independent …

(5 days ago) January 21, 2020 Law Enforcement Officer Independent Review Board Meeting Agenda Draft Minutes of the Law Enforcement Officer Independent Review Board Meeting August 22, 2019 August 22. 2019 Notice of Meeting and Agenda June 20, 2019 Board Materials June 20, 2019 Minutes June 20, 2019 Notice Agenda Minutes of Law Enforcement Officer Independent …

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DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL Adoption of …

(8 days ago) "Law enforcement officer" means a person who is a government employee with a public agency; who is authorized by law to engage in or supervise the prevention, detection, investigation, or prosecution of, or the incarceration of any person for, any

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Department of the Attorney General Marriages Abroad

(8 days ago) Under Hawaii law, marriages between two individuals regardless of gender that are legal where contracted are legal in this State. Section 572-3, Hawaii Revised Statutes. Thus, if a marriage is legal in the country where the parties marry, it will be legal in Hawaii.

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Child Support Enforcement Agency Information for Attorneys

(5 days ago) Issues for Family Law Attorneys to Be Aware Of When Dealing With The Child Support Enforcement Agency (CSEA) Application for Services Applications must be completed and signed before the Child Support Enforcement Agency (CSEA) can provide services. If no application is received, the CSEA will only process the support payments sent to the agency.

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State of Hawaii Department of the Attorney General

(Just Now) Law Enforcement: Enforce federal, state, and local laws, rules, and regulations; and monitor the operations of the Hawaii Career Criminal Program, the Witness Security and Protection Program, and the Victim-Witness Program. Investigations: Investigate criminal and …

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Department of the Attorney General Commission to Promote …

(6 days ago) The Hawaii Commission to Promote Uniform Legislation was originally created by law in 1911. The commission is placed within the State Department of the Attorney General and, pursuant to section 26-7, Hawaii Revised Statutes, is advisory to the Attorney General and to the Legislature on matters relating to the promotion of uniform legislation.

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Department of the Attorney General History of Asset Forfeiture

(4 days ago) In 1988, a law enforcement coalition consisting of the Attorney General and the four county prosecutors and police chiefs proposed that a new, uniform forfeiture law be enacted H.B. No. 2080, which became Act 260, Session Laws of Hawaii 1988, and was codified as chapter 712A, HRS, represented a combination of current federal forfeiture law, the

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Crime Prevention and Justice Assistance Division Victims of Crime …

(7 days ago) The Victims of Crime Act of 1984, Public Law 98-473, as amended, and codified at 34 U.S.C. § 20101, et seq. (VOCA) established the Crime Victims Fund in the United States Department of Treasury to collect the fines assessed against Federal criminals and serve as the funding source for carrying out all of the activities […]

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96813 HONoLuLu, HAWAII December 26, 2019 425 QUEEN …

(9 days ago) The Law Enforcement Standards Board (“Board”) was established by Act 220, Session Laws of Hawaii 2018, which added to the Hawaii Revised Statutes a new chapter that is codified as Chapter 139. The Board is charged with providing programs and standards for training and certification of law

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Hawaii Law Enforcement Coalition Announces Legislative …

(2 days ago) giving law enforcement officials the tools needed to protect Hawaii residents against terrorists and other criminals. Enacting a new statute patterned after the federal law regarding electronic surveillance will accomplish all of these goals. Foreign Protective Orders Enforcement of protective orders is an important law enforcement function.

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Criminal Justice Division Barbara Richardson

(6 days ago) Home » Law Enforcement Officer Independent Review Board » Barbara Richardson. Barbara Richardson. Barbara Richardson served as a full-time District Court judge for the First Circuit from 2000 until her retirement in 2016. Her last seven years on the District Court bench were as its Deputy Chief Judge.

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MODEL DRUG LAW CONFERENCE

(6 days ago) Law enforcement officials have indicated that because of the large number of visitors entering and exiting Hawaii and the large volume of air cargo and mail being transported, there is a greater probability of illegal substances entering the State through the various distribution methods.

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Criminal Justice Division Jay Kimura

(8 days ago) Jay Kimura graduated from the University of Hawaii in 1974. He received his law degree from California Western Law School in 1979. That same year he became a deputy prosecuting attorney for the Office of the Prosecuting Attorney, Hawaii County. He remained with that office for over 31 years. In 1982, he was appointed First […]

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Department of the Attorney General COVID-19 RESOURCES

(3 days ago) Sunshine Law The Governor’s Supplemental Proclamation issued March 16, 2020 temporarily suspended certain requirements of the State’s Sunshine Law, chapter 92, part 1, Hawaiʻi Revised Statutes. State and state-attached boards and commissions have been advised not to hold meetings during this time unless “necessary to comply with a law or

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Department of the Attorney General Asset Forfeiture Revolving …

(Just Now) FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT ONLY. Requests for Use of Asset Forfeiture Funds. Section 712A-16(4), HRS, states: There is established in the department of the attorney general a revolving fund to be known as the criminal forfeiture fund, hereinafter referred to as the “fund” in which shall be deposited one-half of the proceeds of a forfeiture and any penalties paid pursuant to section …

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Department of the Attorney General Rule 712A-16.4.1 …

(Just Now) Distributions from the revolving fund will be made in accordance with HRS § 712A-16(4). The primary consideration in making distributions from the revolving fund is to preserve the asset forfeiture program for the purposes recognized in the statute. This includes paying all necessary expenses of the program as provided for in HRS § 712A-16(4)(a) and […]

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RUSSELL A. SUZUKI STATE OF HAWAII FIRST DEPUTY …

(5 days ago) Law Enforcement : Enforce federal, state, and local laws, rules, and regulations; and monitor the operations of the Hawaii Career Criminal Program, the Witness Security and Protection Program, and the Victim-Witness Program. 9. Investigations : …

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Department of the Attorney General Preventing Underage Drinking

(5 days ago) The legislation task force is responsible for researching, developing and introducing new underage drinking-related bills and improving existing laws. Legislative goals include keg registration, an amendment to the social host liability law, and the addition of “consumption” to the current underage drinking law.

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State law requires the family Court, the Child Support …

(5 days ago) law, including payment for extraordinary medical needs; 5. Support Exceeding Needs of Child Where the amount of child support as calculated by the Child Support Guidelines Worksheet for the subject child(ren) exceeds thereasonable needs of child(ren) based on the child(ren)’s appropriate standard of living, which will be determined on a case-by-

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HONOLULU, HAWAII QUEEN STREET December 27, 2018 …

(6 days ago) The Law Enforcement Standards Board (“Board”) was established by Act 220, Session Laws of Hawaii 2018, which added to the Hawaii Revised Statutes a new chapter that is codified as Chapter 139. The Board is charged with providing programs and standards for training and

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Department of the Attorney General Deposits of Currency

(4 days ago) CURRENCY TYPES Seized Currency. Seized currency is for currency that has been seized for forfeiture (as opposed to being seized for evidence). A Notice of Seizure for Forfeiture should have been served upon all known parties by the police or other law enforcement agency (i.e. Narcotics Enforcement Division of the State Department of Public Safety).

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Criminal Justice Division Katy Chen

(7 days ago) Katy Chen serves as the Chief Operating Officer of Goodwill Hawaii. She has a Bachelors of Political Science, graduating cum laude with distinction, and a law degree from the University of Washington. Starting as a corporate lawyer in Honolulu, she later worked in London as the Chief Executive of CIAC, a legal-aid and social welfare […]

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Criminal Justice Division Boyd Mossman

(Just Now) Boyd Mossman has served in all three branches of government and though currently retired stays involved in his church, community, family and business. He graduated from the Kamehameha Schools and the US Air Force Academy and then served with the Air Force Office of Special Investigations until he left for law school at the George Washington University Law School.

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Crime Prevention and Justice Assistance Division STOP (Services, …

(7 days ago) The U.S. Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women (OVW) provides funding to states and territories through the STOP formula grant, authorized by the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) of 1994, to encourage the development and improvement of effective law enforcement, prosecution strategies, victim advocacy, and services in the cases involving …

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Child Support Enforcement Agency Order Processing

(6 days ago) On December 19, 2003, the President of the United States signed into law H.R. 100, the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA) (Public Law 108-189). The SCRA is a federal law that protects active duty military members and reservists or …

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Criminal Justice Division Gary Yabuta

(9 days ago) Gary Yabuta graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree, Sociology, from California State University, Northridge. He is a graduate of several law enforcement programs, including the FBI National academy (2004) and the United State Army War College, 57th Annual Nation Security Seminar (2011).

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LAW ENFORCEMENT COALITION LEGISLATIVE PACKAGE, 2004

(3 days ago) LAW ENFORCEMENT COALITION LEGISLATIVE PACKAGE, 2004 3 of 3 6/15/2005 11:13 AM and other criminals. Enacting a new statute patterned after the federal law regarding electronic surveillance will accomplish all of these goals. 5. Megan's Amendment (A Bill For an Act Proposing an Amendment to Article I of the Constitution

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ANNUAL REPORT OF PROCEEDINGS UNDER THE

(9 days ago) forfeiture law, the forfeiture act adopted by the State of Arizona in 1986, and the provisions of Hawaii’s various laws relating to forfeiture. The purpose was to create a law that would be both procedurally and substantively comprehensive and, to the extent possible, uniform across the

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Criminal Justice Division Iwalani White

(1 days ago) Iwalani White graduated from the University of Hawaii at Manoa with a Bachelors Degree in Sociology in 1977 and from the William S. Richardson School of Law in 1980. Shortly after being admitted to the Hawaii State Bar, Iwalani became a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney for the City and County of Honolulu where she handled a variety of cases beginning with traffic and …

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DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL DAVID Y. IGE …

(2 days ago) In December 2017, Ohio passed a law to criminalize abortion in certain cases, at all stages of pregnancy, making it inconsistent with the Supreme Court's decades-long legal standard put forward in Roe v. Wade. Preterm-Cleveland, a medical facility, challenged the constitutionality of the law and successfully blocked its enforcement,

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State of Hawaii Department of the Attorney General

(6 days ago) In 1988, the Law Enforcement Coalition, consisting of the Attorney General and the four county prosecutors and police chiefs proposed that a new, uniform forfeiture law be enacted. This effort is now codified as Chapter 712A, HRS, and represents a combination of

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REPORT ON THE USE OF THE HAWAII OMNIBUS CRIMINAL …

(1 days ago) 2 “Seizure for forfeiture” means seizure of property by a law enforcement officer coupled with an assertion by the seizing agency or by a prosecuting attorney that the property is subject to forfeiture.” Section 712A-1, HRS.

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CLARE E. CONNORS Hawaii Attorney General Continues …

(8 days ago) By passing the Green Light Law last June, New York became the fifteenth state or territory to authorize driver's licenses for immigrants. Right now, 123 million Americans – 37 percent of all people in the United States – live in a state or territory that issues licenses regardless of immigration status. The New York lawsuit, if successful

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(808) 586-1500 96813 HONOLULU, HAWAII December 26, …

(Just Now) Which means SAKs for cases not reported to law enforcement agencies that have been disposed of. (8) The number of sexual assault evidence collection kits disposed of in each county, for reasons not provided in section 844G-4,and the reason for disposal. Which means SAKs for cases reported to law enforcement agencies that have been disposed of.

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Crime Prevention and Justice Assistance Division Missing Child …

(4 days ago) The Missing Child Center-Hawaii (MCCH) is one of the specialized criminal justice programs in the Department of the Attorney General. MCCH primarily operates as the State’s missing children clearinghouse and a resource center for law enforcement, social services and families of missing children. MCCH’s most visible resource is its poster which features a photograph of the […]

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ANNUAL REPORT OF PROCEEDINGS UNDER THE HAWAII …

(6 days ago) In 1988, a law enforcement coalition, consisting of the Attorney General and the four county prosecutors and police chiefs proposed that a new, uniform forfeiture law be enacted. This effort is now codified as chapter 712A, HRS, and represents a combination of federal forfeiture law, the

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August 14, 1997 Director of Commerce and Consumer Affairs …

(Just Now) No law enacted after July 1, 1988, shall apply to mutual benefit societies unless such societies are expressly designated therein. (top) Clearly, section 432-1:101 expressly exempts MBSs from the provisions of the insurance code and also provides that no law enacted after July 1, 1988, shall apply to MBSs unless MBSs are expressly designated

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D Application for Employment

(1 days ago) The following is a listing ofthe types oflegal activity and areas ofthe law in which this office is regularly engaged. Put a check mark nextto those types andareas in which you have experience ora particularinterest. TYPES OF LEGAL ACTIVITY EXPERIENCE PREFERENCE Administrative law proceedings [ ] [ ] Advice and counsel [ ] [ ]

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STATE OF HAWAII DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY …

(5 days ago) devices applied for by law enforcement agencies of the State. From July 1, 2014 1, to December 31, 2015, there were thirteen (13) pen register orders, and orders for trap and trace devices applied for and one continuation order. Twelve of those orders, including the continuation order, were sought by the Maui

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