County of Hawaii 1997 Data Book Section 4:  Law Enforcement
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Table 4.1-- HAWAII COUNTY POLICE STATIONS BY LOCATION, DISTRICT AND PHONE NUMBERS: 1998

Name Location District Phone
       
Hilo headquarters 349 Kapiolani St., Hilo S. Hilo 935-3311
Honokaa station Honokaa Hamakua 775-9522
Kapaau station Kohala N. Kohala 889-0588
Keaau station Keaau Puna 966-7432
Kealakehe station Kona Kona 326-4646
Laupahoehoe station Laupahoehoe N. Hilo 962-6226
Naalehu station Naalehu Kau 929-9822
Waimea station Waimea S. Kohala 885-0422

Source: GTE Hawaiian Tel, Hawaii Telephone Book, August 1997-98, p.2.

 

 

Table 4.2-- RATIO OF RESIDENT POPULATION TO POLICE OFFICERS, HAWAII COUNTY: 1993 TO 1997

(As of December 31)

Subject

1993

1994

1995

1996

1997

           
Total Police Dept. 1/

453

477

480

485

491

Sworn

334

348

349

353

357

Civilian 2/

119

129

131

132

134

           
Resident population          
(1,000)

133.2

135.5

137.5

139.7

141.5

           
No. of persons per          
police officer

399

389

394

396

396

1/ Actual strength.
2/ Does not include temporary, part-time, or short-term employees.
Source: Hawaii County Police Department, records.

 

 

 

Table 4.3-- PER CAPITA COST OF POLICE SERVICE, HAWAII COUNTY: 1993 TO 1997

Subject

1993

1994

1995

1996

1997

           
Total expenditures          
($1,000)

24,495

25,045

25,944

26,471

27,982

           
Resident population

133,200

135,500

137,500

139,700

141,500

           
Per capita cost ($)

183.54

184.83

188.68

189.49

197.75

Source: Hawaii County Police Department, records.

 

 

Table 4.4-- CRIME INDEX OFFENSES AND NUMBER OF OFFENSES COMMITTED PER 100,000 RESIDENT POPULATION, HAWAII COUNTY: 1980 TO 1997

Year

Actual crime index offenses 1/

Resident Population

Offenses committed per 100,000 resident population

       
       
1980

5,207

92,053

5,657

1981

5,623

97,000

5,797

1982

5,516

98,000

5,629

1983

4,869

101,000

4,821

1984

4,697

106,400

4,431

1985

5,111

109,700

4,659

1986

5,339

111,800

4,775

1987

4,934

115,200

4,283

1988

5,909

117,500

5,029

1989

6,831

122,300

5,585

1990

7,460

120,317

6,200

1991

7,226

121,300

5,957

1992

6,895

130,500

5,284

1993

6,880

133,200

5,165

1994

7,116

135,500

5,252

1995

7,074

137,500

5,126

1996

6,855

139,700

4,896

1997

7,317

141,500

5,153

1/ Crime index offenses include: murder/negligent manslaughter, rape, robbery, aggravated assault, burglary, larceny, and auto theft.
Source: Hawaii County Police Department, Annual Reports, 1980/81-1987/88; and records.

 

 

Table 4.5-- ACTUAL PART I AND PART II OFFENSES KNOWN TO POLICE, HAWAII COUNTY: 1981 TO 1997

Classification and year

Number of actual offenses

Number Cleared 1/

Percent cleared

       
Part I Offenses      
       
1981

6,237

1,765

28.3

1982

6,204

2,207

35.6

1983

5,512

1,959

35.5

1984

5,448

1,950

35.8

1985

6,065

2,298

37.9

1986

6,419

2,749

42.8

1987

6,012

2,216

36.9

1988

7,010

2,210

31.5

1989

8,215

2,550

31.0

1990

9,043

2,959

32.7

1991

9,008

3,414

37.9

1992

8,678

3,421

39.4

1993

8,902

3,306

37.1

1994

9,115

3,536

38.8

1995

9,278

3,555

38.3

1996

9,148

3,546

38.8

1997

9,646

4,188

43.4

       
Part II Offenses      
       
1981

4,787

2,760

57.7

1982

4,901

2,981

60.8

1983

4,582

2,565

56.0

1984

5,610

3,131

55.8

1985

7,014

4,312

61.5

1986

7,428

5,132

69.1

1987

7,650

4,555

59.6

1988

7,727

4,755

61.5

1989

8,783

5,440

61.9

1990

8,750

5,203

59.5

1991

8,948

5,101

57.0

1992

9,360

5,314

56.8

1993

8,262

4,972

60.2

1994

9,491

4,941

52.1

1995

10,545

6,934

65.8

1996

11,730

8,389

71.5

1997

12,287

10,813

88.0

1/ Includes clearances from previous years.
Source: Hawaii County Police Department, Annual Reports, 1981/82-1987/88 (annual); and records.

 

 

Table 4.6-- OFFENSES KNOWN TO POLICE AND CLEARANCES, BY TYPE OF OFFENSE, HAWAII COUNTY: 1997

Classification of offense

Offenses

Cases 1/ cleared

Percent cleared

Cleared cases committed by adults

Cleared cases committed by juveniles

Reported or known

Actual

             
Part I Classes            
1a. Murder/nonneg.            
manslaughter

10

9

7

77.8

7

-

1b. Negligent            
manslaughter

1

1

-

-

-

-

2. Rape

48

46

25

54.3

21

4

3. Robbery

73

68

42

61.8

37

5

4. Aggravated assault

163

161

147

91.3

134

13

5. Burglary

1,666

1,651

314

19.0

241

73

6. Larceny

5,144

5,029

1,446

28.8

1,057

389

7. Auto theft

448

353

108

30.6

85

23

8. Other assaults

2,338

2,328

2,099

90.2

1,922

177

             
Crime index total

7,552

7,317

2,089

28.5

1,582

507

% chge. from prev. yr

7.3

6.7

6.5

-0.1

10.6

-4.3

             
Part I total

9,891

9,646

4,188

43.4

3,504

684

% chge. from prev. yr

5.9

5.4

18.1

4.6

25.3

-8.7

             
             
Part II Classes            
9. Arson

35

35

8

22.9

3

5

10. Forgery/counterfeit

1,153

1,146

1,329

116.0

1,312

17

11. Fraud

946

931

971

104.3

952

19

12. Embezzlement

15

14

28

200.0

28

-

13. Rec. stolen property.

34

34

41

120.6

39

2

14. Vandalism

1,589

1,584

304

19.2

236

68

15. Weapons

71

69

72

104.3

61

11

16. Prostitution

28

28

25

89.3

24

1

17. Sex offenses

347

302

300

99.3

241

59

18. Narcotic drug laws

973

963

675

70.1

511

164

19. Gambling

6

5

9

180.0

9

-

20. Offenses vs. family

71

63

90

142.9

89

1

21. Driving under infl.

744

675

675

100.0

660

15

22. Liquor laws

168

168

169

100.6

145

24

*23. Drunkenness

-

-

-

-

-

-

24. Disorderly conduct

282

281

140

49.8

126

14

25. Vagrancy

-

-

-

-

-

-

26. All other offenses

5,355

5,337

5,342

100.1

5,118

224

*27. Truancy

-

-

-

-

-

-

28. Curfew

52

52

52

100.0

-

52

29. Runaways

616

600

583

97.2

-

583

             
Part II Total

12,485

12,287

10,813

88.0

9,554

1,259

% chg. from prev. yr.

4.8

4.7

28.9

16.5

35.5

-5.9

             
TOTAL (Parts I & II).

22,376

21,933

15,001

68.4

13,058

1,943

% chg. from prev. yr.

5.3

5.1

25.7

11.2

32.6

-6.9

* Not a criminal offense as of 1969.
1/ Cases cleared by arrest or otherwise, includes clearances of cases from previous years.
Source: Hawaii County Police Department, records.

 

 

Table 4.7-- OFFENSES AND COMPLAINTS KNOWN TO POLICE, HAWAII COUNTY, BY DISTRICT: 1997

Classification of offenses

Hawaii County

South Hilo

North Hilo

Hamakua

North Kohala

South Kohala

Kona

Kau

Puna

                   
PART I OFFENSES                  
                   
1a. Murder/nonnegligent manslaughter

10

4

-

-

-

-

1

-

5

1b. Negligent manslaughter

1

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

1

2. Rape

48

11

-

4

3

3

18

1

8

3. Robbery

73

41

-

1

1

1

23

2

4

4. Aggravated assault

163

47

1

4

9

13

45

7

37

5. Burglary

1,666

583

9

27

16

99

400

76

456

6. Larceny

5,144

2,111

39

80

67

494

1,451

141

761

7. Auto theft

448

161

1

11

9

27

148

16

75

8. Other assaults

2,338

777

8

84

87

168

737

64

413

                   
PART I TOTALS

9,891

3,735

58

211

192

805

2,823

307

1,760

                   
                   
PART II OFFENSES                  
9. Arson

35

10

-

5

-

-

4

4

12

10. Forgery/counterfeit

1,153

537

-

22

17

94

302

4

177

11. Fraud

946

441

5

43

11

66

305

3

72

12. Embezzlement

15

6

-

-

1

1

5

-

2

13. Rec. stolen property

34

24

-

-

-

1

5

-

4

14. Vandalism

1,589

634

18

65

41

104

433

63

231

15. Weapons

71

35

1

2

4

2

16

2

9

16. Prostitution

28

24

-

-

-

-

4

-

-

17. Sex offenses

347

96

2

8

9

31

103

11

87

18. Narcotic drug laws

973

431

15

32

23

49

237

34

152

19. Gambling

6

2

-

-

-

-

3

1

-

20. Offenses vs. family

71

22

-

3

1

3

19

4

19

21. Driving under influence

744

188

4

18

16

97

216

7

198

22. Liquor laws

168

87

3

-

4

4

56

2

12

*23. Drunkenness

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

24. Disorderly conduct

282

116

3

9

7

23

63

5

56

25. Vagrancy

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

26. All other offenses

5,355

2,262

13

172

139

362

1,224

144

1,039

*27. Truancy

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

28. Curfew

52

11

-

1

3

2

35

-

-

29. Runaways

616

222

6

9

15

26

184

16

138

                   
PART II TOTALS

12,485

5,148

70

389

291

865

3,214

300

2,208

                   
TOTALS (PART I & II)

22,376

8,883

128

600

483

1,670

6,037

607

3,968

* Not a criminal offense as of 1969.
Source: Hawaii County Police Department, records.

 

 

Table 4.8-- JUVENILE ARRESTS BY CLASSIFICATION OF OFFENSE, HAWAII COUNTY: 1993 TO 1997

Classification of offenses

1993

1994

1995

1996

1997

           
Part I Offenses          
1a. Murder/nonneg. manslaug.

-

-

2

-

-

1b. Negligent manslaughter

-

-

1

-

-

2. Rape

1

2

-

3

4

3. Robbery

6

14

15

14

13

4. Aggravated assault

11

12

10

8

14

5. Burglary

142

146

97

135

169

6a. Larceny - $50 & over

145

103

111

170

116

6b. Larceny - Under $50

428

466

313

346

301

7. Auto theft

64

69

59

50

56

8. Other assaults

136

176

187

182

121

           
Part I Total

933

988

795

908

794

           
Part II          
9. Arson

2

2

3

-

8

10. Forgery/counterfeit

11

7

2

1

4

11. Fraud

4

7

6

6

6

12. Embezzlement

-

-

-

-

-

13. Rec. stolen property

2

3

1

1

1

14. Vandalism

64

126

76

65

67

15. Weapons

11

12

8

13

12

16. Prostitution

-

-

-

-

2

17. Sex offenses

8

6

7

10

18

18. Narcotic drug laws

185

208

316

243

215

19. Gambling

-

17

9

1

-

20. Offenses vs. family

-

-

-

-

-

21. Driving under influence

8

5

18

16

19

22. Liquor laws

49

91

92

61

45

*23. Drunkenness

-

-

-

-

-

24. Disorderly conduct

20

20

13

13

20

25. Vagrancy

-

-

-

-

-

26. All other offenses

410

373

433

330

235

27. Suspicion

-

-

-

-

-

28. Curfew

76

38

87

121

121

29. Runaway

645

541

608

562

492

           
Part II Total

1,495

1,456

1,679

1,443

1,265

           
TOTAL (Part I & II) ....

2,428

2,444

2,474

2,351

2,059

* Not a criminal offense as of 1969.
Source: Hawaii County Police Department, records.

 

 

Table 4.9-- MOTOR VEHICLE TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS, BY DISTRICTS, HAWAII COUNTY: 1991 TO 1997

Subject and year

Hawaii County

Puna

South Hilo

North Hilo

Hamakua

           
1995          
           
Fatal & injury accidents

1,460

232

605

28

33

           
Persons killed

23

3

6

-

-

           
Persons injured

2,134

353

879

39

44

           
Property damage only accidents

3,556

444

1,495

35

107

           
1991

6,455

810

2,815

105

168

1992

5,683

457

2,587

92

125

1993

5,316

546

2,075

141

211

1994

5,370

495

2,075

187

211

1995

5,016

676

2,100

63

140

1996

4,961

593

1,964

87

148

1997

4,975

590

1,921

65

126

 

Subject and year

Hawaii County

Kohala

Kohala

Kona

Kau

           
1995          
           
Fatal & injury accidents

1,460

22

114

381

45

           
Persons killed

36

-

2

8

1

           
Persons injured

2,134

29

154

564

72

           
Property damage only accidents

3,556

59

298

1,056

62

           
1991

6,455

85

501

1,881

90

1992

5,683

64

219

2,016

123

1993

5,316

82

448

1,660

153

1994

5,370

187

448

1,660

153

1995

5,016

81

412

1,437

107

1996

4,961

92

448

1,540

89

1997

4,975

106

474

1,608

85

Source: Hawaii County Police Department, records.

 

 

Table 4.10-- ANALYSIS OF TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS BY POPULATION, LICENSED DRIVERS, MOTOR VEHICLES, AND GASOLINE CONSUMPTION, HAWAII COUNTY: 1994 TO 1997

Subject

1994

1995

1996

1997

         
Accidents

5,370

5,016

4,961

4,975

Injuries

3,573

2,134

2,249

2,314

Killed

33

23

36

30

Population

135,500

137,500

139,700

141,500

Number of licensed drivers

94,257

94,048

94,943

96,665

Registered motor vehicles

116,361

116,751

112,844

115,877

Fuel consumption (gallons)

64,796,939

65,586,578

65,369,115

67,174,550

Gasoline

58,920,392

59,543,713

59,020,743

61,440,799

Diesel oil & liquid petroleum.gas (highway use)

5,876,547

6,042,865

6,348,372

5,733,751

         
Rate per 10,000 population        
Accidents

396.3

364.8

355.1

351.6

Injuries

263.7

155.2

161.0

163.5

Deaths

2.4

1.7

2.6

2.1

         
Rate per 1,000 licensed drivers        
Accidents

57.0

53.4

52.3

51.5

Injuries

37.9

22.7

23.7

23.9

Deaths

0.35

0.24

0.38

0.31

         
Rate per 1,000 motor vehicles        
Accidents

46.1

42.9

44.0

43.0

Injuries

30.7

18.3

19.9

20.0

Deaths

0.28

0.20

0.32

0.26

         
Rate per 1,000,000 gallons fuel consumed        
Accidents

82.9

76.5

75.9

74.1

Injuries

55.1

32.5

34.4

34.4

Deaths

0.51

0.35

0.55

0.45

Source: Hawaii County Police Department, records.

 

 

Table 4.11-- MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES AND REPORTS, HAWAII COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT: 1990 TO 1994

Subject

1990

1991

1992

1993

1994

           
Motor veh. non-traffic accidents

828

687

578

541

494

Minor m.v. non-traffic accidents

787

930

952

990

865

Minor m.v. traffic accidents ...

765

921

896

890

941

Lost, found property

1,428

1,239

1,196

1,176

1,142

Building checks (numbered)

4,335

3,455

2,995

3,451

3,388

Doors, windows open

685

572

310

279

230

Persons missing

68

47

49

52

78

Fires reported

379

354

343

315

279

Safety

2,096

1,942

1,141

942

1,265

Arrests for other jurisdictions

306

332

291

406

430

Domestic trouble

1,772

1,735

2,109

2,336

2,576

Transportation

66

57

49

42

33

Outside assistance

226

303

271

254

237

A.W.O.L.

-

-

-

-

-

Unattended deaths

179

184*

158*

166*

152

Coroner's inquest

147

135

236

250

315

Attempted suicides

152

146

158

150

182

Suicidal deaths

18

25

17

16

13

Strayed animals

838

803

804

587

572

Minor nuisances

9,617

9,360

8,301

8,771

9,231

Notifications

9

7

6

13

4

Civil matter

130

117

65

95

86

Insanity cases

54

78

99

113

129

Drunkenness assistance

9

6

7

2

9

Other personal services

13,123

13,263

13,135

14,535

15,243

Public accident reports

435

421

459

612

537

Industrial accident reports

181

182

201

171

217

Home accident reports

187

208

178

249

200

Beat condition reports

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

Other un-numbered misc. serv.

8,309

7,801

7,129

4,028

1,842

Violator contacts

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

           
TOTAL

47,129

45,310

42,133

41,432

40,690

* Classification changed to attended deaths.
Source: Hawaii County Police Department, records.

 

 

Table 4.12-- SUMMARY OF LAW ENFORCEMENT AND OTHER ACTIVITIES OF THE HAWAII COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT: 1993 TO 1997

Subject

1993

1994

1995

1996

1997

           
ADMINISTRATION          
Total numerical strength, Dec. 31

453

477

480

485

491

Appointments

24

NA

17

16

11

Separations

20

NA

11

7

17

Average age of police officers

37.05

NA

NA

37.21

38.21

Average length of service (years)

10.14

NA

NA

9.94

10.64

           
EXPENDITURES          
Actual policing expenses (dollar)

24,581,000

25,045,000

25,944,000

26,471,794

27,982,890

Per capita cost (dollar)

184.54

184.83

188.68

189.49

197.75

Total patrol mileage

4,877,818

4,884,319

NA

4,610,848

NA

Auto patrol, cost per mile (dollar)

0.504

0.513

NA

0.574

NA

           
REPORTS AND COMPLAINTS RECEIVED          
Total complaints and reports .......

64,269

NA

NA

NA

NA

Part I offenses

9,120

9,331

9,505

9,343

9,891

Part II offenses (excl. traf. vio)

8,401

9,673

10,735

11,910

12,485

Traffic violations

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

M.V. traffic accidents

5,316

5,370

5,016

4,961

4,975

Miscellaneous reports (numbered)

37,404

NA

NA

NA

NA

Emergency 911 calls received

68,571

75,802

81,231

84,747

89,645

All other miscellaneous services

4,028

NA

NA

NA

NA

           
JUVENILES          
Part I Offenses          
Offenses committed by juveniles

819

807

730

749

684

Juveniles warned & reprimanded

66

59

52

51

-

Juveniles referred to other depts.

2

2

-

-

-

Juveniles arrested

933

988

795

908

794

Total juveniles handled

1,001

1,049

847

959

794

Part II Offenses (excl. traffic)          
Offenses committed by juveniles

1,314

1,241

1,493

1,338

1,259

Juveniles warned & reprimanded

55

48

41

41

-

Juveniles referred to other depts.

3

-

-

2

-

Juveniles arrested

1,495

1,456

1,679

1,443

1,265

Total juveniles handled

1,533

1,504

1,720

1,486

1,265

Juvenile traffic citations & arrests

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

           
TRAFFIC ENFORCEMENT          
Total traffic enforcement

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

Citations & arrests, hazard. traf. viol.

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

Citations & arrests, other traf. viol.

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

Citations & arrests, parking traf. viol.

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

           
MOTOR VEHICLE TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS          
Total motor vehicle traffic accidents

5,316

5,370

5,016

4,961

4,975

Fatal accidents

29

28

20

36

30

Injury accidents

1,904

1,832

1,440

2,249

1,486

Property damage only accidents

1,716

3,538

3,356

3,457

3,489

Number of persons killed

31

33

23

36

30

Number of persons injured

4,240

3,573

2,134

2,249

1,486

Minor traffic accidents

890

940

1,033

2,477

2,582

           
LICENSES AND PERMITS          
Operators' licenses issued

6,641

6,896

6,993

6,964

6,632

Operators' licenses renewed

19,738

20,197

22,909

25,334

23,089

Instruction permits issued

8,885

9,128

9,443

9,127

7,824

Duplicate licenses

3,760

3,785

3,577

3,846

3,953

Firearms registered

4,330

5,376

4,928

3,169

2,786

Firearms permits issued

1,612

2,676

2,168

1,651

1,337

Revenues, Examiners of Drivers (dollar)

387,466

374,248

397,279

494,824

453,299

Revenues, Other police (dollar)

172,349

166,782

162,050

NA

NA

           
MISCELLANEOUS          
Value of property stolen

3,966,642

3,846,040

3,598,723

3,705,622

4,478,270

Value of property recovered

704,173

718,586

672,547

786,651

905,467

Percent of property recovered

17.8

18.7

18.7

21.2

20.2

Word processing reports processed

20,711

20,112

19,513

21,110

24,353

Source: Hawaii County Police Department, records.

 

 

Table 4.13-- INMATES IN STATE CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES IN HAWAII COUNTY: FISCAL YEARS 1995-96 AND 1996-97

 

Hawaii Community Correctional Center

Kulani Correctional
Facility

         
 

1995-96

1996-97

1995-96

1996-97

         
Average head counts 1/        
Total

178

197

218

213

Sentenced felon

35

46

217

213

Sentenced felon probation

53

59

-

-

Sentenced misdemeanant

16

19

1

-

Pretrial felon

57

57

-

-

Pretrial misdemeanant

6

5

-

-

Other jurisdiction

1

-

-

-

Technical violators 2/

10

12

-

-

         
Number of admissions by custody status 3/        
Total

1,710

1,515

128

98

Sentenced felon

118

114

112

86

Sentenced felon probation

223

251

-

-

Sentenced misdemeanant

513

481

3

-

Not sentenced 4/

729

554

6

4

Other jurisdiction

13

12

-

-

Technical violators 2/

114

103

7

8

         
Number of releases by custody status 5/        
Total

1,652

1,450

105

84

Sentenced felon

56

54

91

78

Sentenced felon probation

189

223

-

-

Sentenced misdemeanant

507

465

1

5

Not sentenced 4/

764

575

3

3

Other jurisdiction

14

13

-

-

Technical violators 2/

122

116

10

8

         
No. of inmate days 6/

65,148

71,945

79,788

77,745

         
Annual per capita costs 7/

$18,628

$20,453

$16,072

$16,106

         
Daily per capita costs 8/

$51.00

$56.00

$44.00

$44.00

1/ Represents the mean of the end of month head counts for the fiscal year.
2/ Includes parole and probation violators.
3/ Includes new admissions, status changes, and facility transfers.
4/ Includes pretrial felon and pretrial misdemeanant status.
5/ Includes actual releases, status changes, and facility transfers.
6/ Based on unrounded average counts and 365.25 days.
7/ Based on average counts and total facility expenditures (excludes program services and administrative services costs).
8/ Based on number of inmate-days and total facility expenditures (excludes program services and administrative costs).
Source: Hawaii State Department of Public Safety, records.

 

 

Table 4.14-- VALUE OF PROPERTY STOLEN, BY OFFENSE, AND VALUE OF PROPERTY RECOVERED, HAWAII COUNTY: 1996

Offense

Number of offenses

Value ($)

     
VALUE OF STOLEN PROPERTY    
     
Total

6,722

3,705,620

     
Murder

8

-

Forcible rape

45

-

Robbery

61

14,040

Highway

35

8,100

Commercial house

1

-

Service station

2

100

Convenience store

2

200

Residence

13

4,880

Bank

1

-

Miscellaneous

7

750

Burglary

1,581

1,242,980

Residence - Night

159

154,210

Residence - Day

381

278,510

Residence - Unknown

630

566,470

Non-residence - Night

82

31,970

Non-residence - Day

26

9,700

Non-residence - Unknown

303

202,120

Larceny-theft

4,718

1,857,700

Pocket picking

2

100

Purse snatching

12

22,750

Shoplifting

1,066

105,940

From motor vehicles

831

320,630

Motor vehicle parts

574

123,340

Bicycles

155

47,260

From buildings

825

536,400

Coin machines

32

2,190

All others

1,221

699,080

     
Motor vehicle theft

309

590,910

     
VALUE OF PROPERTY RECOVERED    
     
Total

-

786,650

Source: Hawaii Criminal Justice Data Center, Crime in Hawaii, 1996 (September 1997), pp.68-69.

 

Table 4.15-- MARIJUANA CONFISCATED OR DESTROYED BY HAWAII COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT: 1985 TO 1997

     
Year

Number of plants

Estimated value 1/

     
1985

546,403

$ 566,404,550

1986

746,540

743,229,190

1987

1,210,762

1,244,876,290

1988

782,646

871,749,200

1989

484,918

485,597,200

1990

138,550

138,675,600

1991

218,198

218,371,480

1992

173,994

349,951,860

1993

209,208

418,416,000

1994

122,044

122,853,400

1995

155,153

155,612,600

1996

139,336

139,000,000

1997

261,958

261,958,000

1/ Includes value of confiscated processed marijuana (1985, $2,783,550; 1986, $991,190; 1987, $752,290; 1988, $409,200; 1989, $679,200; 1990, $125,600; 1991, $173,480; 1992, $1,963,860; 1993, $330,000; 1994, $809,400; 1995, $459,600; 1996, $250,200; 1997, $239,580).
Source: Hawaii County Police Department, records.

 

 

Table 4.16-- CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT REPORTS, BY REFERRED PROBLEM, HAWAII COUNTY: 1994 AND 1995

 

1994

1995

Problem

Reported

Confirmed

% Confirmed

Reported

Confirmed

% Confirmed

             
Total

1,209

465

38.5%

1,071

448

41.8%

             
Abuse

558

254

45.5%

500

236

47.2%

Neglect

325

94

28.9%

267

91

34.1%

Abuse and neglect

182

54

29.7%

207

79

38.2%

Sexual exploitation

144

63

43.8%

97

42

43.3%

Source: Hawaii State Department of Human Services, records.

 

 

Table 4.17 -- CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT REPORTS, BY DISTRICT, HAWAII COUNTY: 1994 AND 1995

Year and district

Reported

Confirmed

Rate

       
1995      
       
Hawaii County

1,133

488

43.1%

       
South Hilo

292

146

50.0%

North Hilo

11

7

63.6%

Hamakua

29

8

27.6%

North Kohala

21

14

66.7%

South Kohala

48

8

16.7%

North Kona

223

94

42.2%

South Kona

49

19

38.8%

Kau

20

5

25.0%

Puna

364

151

41.5%

Unspecified

76

36

47.4%

       
1994      
       
Hawaii County

1,288

494

38.4%

       
South Hilo

314

122

38.9%

North Hilo

2

2

100.0%

Hamakua

28

11

39.3%

North Kohala

40

10

25.0%

South Kohala

38

9

23.7%

North Kona

348

116

33.3%

South Kona

86

23

26.7%

Kau

18

12

66.7%

Puna

313

142

45.4%

Unspecified

101

47

46.5%

Source: Hawaii State Department of Human Services, records.

 

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