By Sam Spangler, HONOLULU (KHON2), Jul 6, 2021
HONOLULU (KHON2) — The City and County of Honolulu is beefing up police presence in Chinatown.
The mandate will put Honolulu Police Department boots on the ground in the area. Six officers will be paired off into groups to provide 24-hour patrols seven days a week.
The six-hour patrol shifts will be done on foot between North King and North Beretania from River St. to Bishop St.
City Managing Director Michael Formby wrote a letter to the Honolulu City Council saying he and Mayor Blangiardi are finalizing a plan with HPD to ensure compliance with COVID-19 emergency orders and laws. Read more…