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HPD reports made available in certain vehicle collisions

By June Watanabe

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jun 05, 2014

~~<p><strong>Question:</strong> I got into an automobile accident recently. I called 911, and they sent a police officer. I asked the officer if I could have a written report, but he said they don't do any written reports for automobile accidents. He said it was up to me and the other party to exchange information, which I did. Is that the law now? I was caught off guard.</p>
<p><strong>Answer:</strong><strong> </strong>There must have been a miscommunication between you and the officer, because the Honolulu Police Department says motor vehicle collision reports are available to the involved parties.</p>
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Question: I got into an automobile accident recently. I called 911, and they sent a police officer. I asked the officer if I could have a written report, but he said they don't do any written reports for automobile accidents. He said it was up to me and the other party to exchange information, which I did. Is that the law now? I was caught off guard.

Answer: There must have been a miscommunication between you and the officer, because the Honolulu Police Department says motor vehicle collision reports are available to the involved parties. Login for more...



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