Puna Police Receive Computers 09/17/99

APPRECIATED EQUIPMENT — Puna Community Policing Officer Robert Almeida receives the monitor of a free PC from Arthur K. Taniguchi, vice president and manager of the Bank of Hawaii’s Kaiko’o Branch. The PC was one of two donated to Puna police recently by island companies.

HAWAII COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT
PUNA COMMUNITY POLICING PROGRAM
OFFICER ROBERT ALMEIDA
PHONE: 966-5835
SEPTEMBER 17, 1999

MEDIA RELEASE

Puna police have received two free personal computers — recent gifts from the Bank of Hawaii and Puna Geothermal Venture.

Arthur K. Taniguchi, vice president and manager of the Bank of Hawaii’s Kaiko’o Branch, donated a NCW brand PC to Puna’s Community Policing Program.

And Barry Mizuno, PGV’s financial manager, donated a Gateway PC to the district’s Domestic Violence Unit.

Officer Robert Almeida of Puna’s three-member community policing team thanked the two companies for their public-spiritedness, saying the computers were badly needed and will be put to good use.

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