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Anti-crime program for Waikiki marks 1 year

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                                A joint news conference was held Tuesday with Mayor Rick Blangiardi, Prosecuting Attorney Steve Alm, HPD Acting Lt. Blake Arita and other community leaders to discuss the first anniversary of the Safe and Sound Waikiki initiative in Waikiki.
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CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / CRUSSELL@STARADVERTISER.COM

A joint news conference was held Tuesday with Mayor Rick Blangiardi, Prosecuting Attorney Steve Alm, HPD Acting Lt. Blake Arita and other community leaders to discuss the first anniversary of the Safe and Sound Waikiki initiative in Waikiki.

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                                <strong>“Our mission at the Honolulu Police Department is to identify repeat criminal offenders, arrest them and work with the Prosecutor’s Office to get them ‘geographically restricted’ from the area.”</strong>
                                Blake Arita
                                <em>HPD acting lieutenant</em>
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“Our mission at the Honolulu Police Department is to identify repeat criminal offenders, arrest them and work with the Prosecutor’s Office to get them ‘geographically restricted’ from the area.”

Blake Arita

HPD acting lieutenant

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                                Beachgoers on the shore of Waikiki.
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CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / CRUSSELL@STARADVERTISER.COM

Beachgoers on the shore of Waikiki.

CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / CRUSSELL@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                A joint news conference was held Tuesday with Mayor Rick Blangiardi, Prosecuting Attorney Steve Alm, HPD Acting Lt. Blake Arita and other community leaders to discuss the first anniversary of the Safe and Sound Waikiki initiative in Waikiki.
STAR-ADVERTISER
                                <strong>“Our mission at the Honolulu Police Department is to identify repeat criminal offenders, arrest them and work with the Prosecutor’s Office to get them ‘geographically restricted’ from the area.”</strong>
                                Blake Arita
                                <em>HPD acting lieutenant</em>
CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / CRUSSELL@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Beachgoers on the shore of Waikiki.