Community Satisfaction Survey results 05-06-16

Hawai’i Police Department
Office of the Chief
Harry S. Kubojiri
Phone: 961-2244

Media Release

Chief Harry Kubojiri wishes to thank the 583 members of the public who participated in the Hawai’i Police Department’s 2016 Community Satisfaction Survey during the month of March.

As in previous surveys, Chief Kubojiri said the survey was a tool to assist him in:

  • identifying problem areas the community is experiencing with the Police Department
  • determining if he can rectify those issues through specific training of Police Department personnel
  • making changes to policies and procedures if necessary
  • clarifying misinformation about laws and/or police practices

“Your feedback has been invaluable in providing input into the impressions of the community and visitors to our island,” Kurojiri said. “Your input is one of the many tools we use in our continuing efforts to improve how we provide services to the public.”

The survey results can be viewed on the Police Department’s website.

The chief encourages the public to continue to provide feedback throughout the year by using the “Feedback” link on the Police Department’s website.


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