Electronic Bench Warrants System Wins Bright Ideas Award

Media Release:

eHawaii.gov in partnership with the Hawaii State Judiciary, Department of Public Safety, Honolulu Police Department, Hawaii Police Department, Kauai Police Department and Maui Police Department announces the statewide electronic bench warrants system (eBW) has been recognized by the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.

Bright Ideas seeks to complement the long-standing Innovations in American Government Awards Program by providing government agencies with a collection of new solutions that can be considered and adopted today. This new program serves to recognize promising government programs and partnerships that government officials, public servants, and others might find useful when faced with their own challenges. The 2010 Bright Ideas will be showcased on the Center’s Government Innovators Network (http://innovations.harvard.edu/).



One Response

  1. I am confused –
    you mean they did NOT have a Bench warrant system before this?
    Did dispatchers have access to this info?

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