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Staff shortages plague Honolulu’s 911 system

GEORGE F. LEE / APRIL 17
                                Assault victim Kenneth Jacob, a Waikiki Neighborhood Board member, retraces his steps and stands at the spot where he was attacked by a homeless man at the Ala Wai Bridge on Ala Moana Boulevard.
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GEORGE F. LEE / APRIL 17

Assault victim Kenneth Jacob, a Waikiki Neighborhood Board member, retraces his steps and stands at the spot where he was attacked by a homeless man at the Ala Wai Bridge on Ala Moana Boulevard.

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                                A planned automated callback feature would reduce the workload for Honolulu Police emergency call-takers. Above, the HPD communications section at the city and county’s Joint Traffic Management Center.
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GEORGE F. LEE / GLEE@STARADVERTISER.COM

A planned automated callback feature would reduce the workload for Honolulu Police emergency call-takers. Above, the HPD communications section at the city and county’s Joint Traffic Management Center.

GEORGE F. LEE / APRIL 17
                                Assault victim Kenneth Jacob, a Waikiki Neighborhood Board member, retraces his steps and stands at the spot where he was attacked by a homeless man at the Ala Wai Bridge on Ala Moana Boulevard.
GEORGE F. LEE / GLEE@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                A planned automated callback feature would reduce the workload for Honolulu Police emergency call-takers. Above, the HPD communications section at the city and county’s Joint Traffic Management Center.