Pending Police Investigation of Complaints

The following complaints against the Hawaii Police Department will be taken up on July 17th at the Police Commission Meeting.
DATE: FRIDAY, JULY 17, 2009
TIME: 9:00 A.M. BUSINESS OTHER THAN INVESTIGATION OF COMPLAINTS
(If needed, will continue after investigation of complaints.)
10:30 A.M. INVESTIGATION OF COMPLAINTS
(May commence earlier depending on business agenda.)
PLACE: KONA DEPARTMENT OF LIQUOR CONTROL
75-5722 Hanama Place, Suite 1107, Kailua-Kona
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HPC 09-16: Complainant alleged that his traffic stop and arrest for DUI was a warrant- less stop. At the previous meeting, the complaint was deferred in order for the complainant to make his medical records available for the commission’s review.

HPC 09-19: Complainant made a report of a TRO violation. She alleged that the responding officer lacked the professionalism to be a police officer.

HPC 09-23: (Request for Reconsideration) Complainant alleged that during her arrest, an officer used excessive and unnecessary force. At the previous meeting, the commission found insufficient evidence to prove the complainant’s allegations. The complainant requests a reconsideration of the commission’s decision.

HPC 09-24: Complainant was involved in a traffic stop. He alleged that he was held at gunpoint, handcuffed, and made to lay face on the road while being interrogated. His wife and children watched the ordeal. The officers were later informed that they had the wrong guy, and he was released.

HPC 09-27: Complainant alleged that he drove through a red light because it was faulty, and that the officer who cited him was disrespectful and unprofessional.

HPC 09-31: Complainant stated that she unfastened her seatbelt at a stop light to put on a shirt. She alleged that a vehicle followed her in an intimidating and aggressive manner just inches away from her bumper, for three traffic lights. That vehicle turned out to be a police officer. She alleged that he stopped her and was rude and disrespectful.

HPC 09-33: Complainant was involved in a domestic dispute. He alleged that during his arrest, an officer used full force on him, used profanity, and threatened him. He also alleged that he was not allowed to file charges against his ex-wife.

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