Community Satisfaction Survey analysis & response 08-12-13

Hawaiʻi Police Department
Office of the Chief
Chief Harry S. Kubojiri
Phone: 961-2244


Media Release

The analysis of the results of the Hawaiʻi Police Department’s 2013 Community Satisfaction Survey and the police chief’s responses to the public’s most common individual comments are available for inspection on the Police Department’s website.

Chief Harry S. Kubojiri said he appreciates the time community members took to participate in the survey, which ran in May.

“We particularly thank participants for their individual comments, as these will serve to strengthen our department by pointing out ways we can better deliver our services and by highlighting issues that we might not have considered,” Kubojiri said. “We are ever mindful that our department’s effectiveness is ultimately determined by the confidence and cooperation of the community we serve.”

On the Community Satisfaction Survey page of the department’s website, the public can find links to the survey summary, an analysis of the responses to multiple-choice questions, and Chief Kubojiri’s responses to the most Frequently Asked Questions raised in the survey by individual comments.

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