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Suspended officers' records must be released, judge rules

By Star-Advertiser staff

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Feb 12, 2014

~~<p>A state judge ruled Monday that the Hono&shy;lulu Police Department must turn over certain disciplinary records requested by Peer News, which does business in Hawaii as Hono&shy;lulu Civil Beat.</p>
<p>Peer News had requested from HPD the records of 12 cases in which officers were suspended for periods ranging from 20 to 620 days.</p>
~~

A state judge ruled Monday that the Hono­lulu Police Department must turn over certain disciplinary records requested by Peer News, which does business in Hawaii as Hono­lulu Civil Beat.

Peer News had requested from HPD the records of 12 cases in which officers were suspended for periods ranging from 20 to 620 days. Login for more...



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