Police Department furloughs 07-07-10
Posted By admin On July 7, 2010 @ 5:00 pm In Uncategorized | Comments Disabled
Hawai’i Police Department
Office of the Chief
Harry S. Kubojiri
July 7, 2010
Due to county furloughs, most police stations on the Big Island-except the main Hilo station-will have no civilian staff to assist the public on the first and third Fridays of the month from now through June 17, 2011. On those days, the public will not be able to
At the main police station in Hilo, the Finance Office and the Traffic Services Section also will be closed on the first and third Fridays of the month. On those days, the public will not be able to process road closure permits or requests for special duty officers.
The Records and Identification Section in Hilo will be closed to the public on the following dates:
|July 16||January 7|
|July 23||January 28|
|August 6||February 4|
|August 13||February 11|
|September 17||March 4|
|September 24||March 11|
|October 8||April 1|
|October 22||April 8|
|November 5||May 6|
|November 19||May 20|
|December 3||June 17|
|December 10||June 24|
On those dates in Hilo, the public will not be able to:
In addition to the lack of civilian staff on furlough days, the Police Department cautions the public to expect possible delays in clerical services on other days because of a likely backlog of worked caused by the absence of staff on furlough days. The Police Department will make every effort to process all paperwork as quickly a possible and asks for the public’s patience.
Please rest assured that dispatchers and police officers will work on furlough days and that emergency services will continue as usual.
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