Honolulu police chief says department doesn’t need reforms despite recent spike in fatal shootings by officers
By Leila Fujimori firstname.lastname@example.org
June 28, 2020
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Honolulu Chief of Police Susan Ballard addresses the news media during a press conference in January. At left is HPD Deputy Chief Clyde Ho, and at right is Deputy Chief John McCarthy.
A screen grab from Honolulu Police Department body cam footage shows officers with Tison Dinney on Oct. 7, 2018 before he was fatally shot by police on the grounds of the state Department of Health. The footage showed Dinney cornered between a wall and the side of a large utility box.