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22 Honolulu police officers disciplined in 2022

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                                ”<strong>The number of officers in the report is a small fraction of the nearly 2,000 officers who work daily to keep our island safe.”</strong>
                                <strong>Robert Cavaco</strong>
                                <em>State of Hawaii Organization of Police Officers president</em>
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The number of officers in the report is a small fraction of the nearly 2,000 officers who work daily to keep our island safe.”

Robert Cavaco

State of Hawaii Organization of Police Officers president

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                                The Honolulu Police Department released its annual report on officer discipline to the state Legislature. Pictured is the department headquarters at 801 S. Beretania Street on Wednesday.
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The Honolulu Police Department released its annual report on officer discipline to the state Legislature. Pictured is the department headquarters at 801 S. Beretania Street on Wednesday.

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                                <strong>Arthur “Joe” Logan: </strong>
                                <em>The HPD chief says the department can immediately take an officer off the street, but disciplinary actions must go through a grievance and arbitration process</em>
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Arthur “Joe” Logan:

The HPD chief says the department can immediately take an officer off the street, but disciplinary actions must go through a grievance and arbitration process

STAR-ADVERTISER
                                ”<strong>The number of officers in the report is a small fraction of the nearly 2,000 officers who work daily to keep our island safe.”</strong>
                                <strong>Robert Cavaco</strong>
                                <em>State of Hawaii Organization of Police Officers president</em>
CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / CRUSSELL@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                The Honolulu Police Department released its annual report on officer discipline to the state Legislature. Pictured is the department headquarters at 801 S. Beretania Street on Wednesday.
STAR-ADVERTISER
                                <strong>Arthur “Joe” Logan: </strong>
                                <em>The HPD chief says the department can immediately take an officer off the street, but disciplinary actions must go through a grievance and arbitration process</em>