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About Hawaii Open Public Record

The Office of Information Practices, OIP was created by the Legislature in 1988 and promotes open and transparent government in Hawaii. OIP administers both the Uniform Information Practices Act, UIPA which requires open access to government records and the Sunshine Law which requires open public meetings. Exceptions to the general rule include records which, if disclosed, would constitute a clearly unwarranted invasion of personal privacy. There are five major islands of Hawaii and four counties, all of which were created in 1905. There are no separately incorporated cities in the entire state. No formal level of government exists below that of the county in Hawaii. Criminal history records are provided online by the Hawaii Criminal Justice Data Center. The Attorney General in the State of Hawaii is responsible for the statewide criminal history record information system, CJIS-Hawaii, the statewide Automated Fingerprint Identification System. Any member of the public can request felony and misdemeanor criminal convictions. Discover Hawaii public records within quick reach using easily accessible links to state, county, and city websites. These sites reveal a multitude of information regarding facts, statistics, and resources useful to Hawaiian citizens on an ongoing basis. Find and request birth, death, and other vital records online. Access directories for each county and city containing valuable information about government, available public services and resources, and how to access them. Read current news and event information, which is being constantly refreshed. Learn about businesses in Hawaii and the people who own them. Obtain facts regarding real estate and land values and see what households look like in the state. Demographic, employment and income data are also available. Read crime reports and statistics and request criminal and court records from official Hawaii websites. Obtain education and background information regarding Hawaiian residents.
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Hawaii Free Public Records Directory

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Departments which record, maintain and provide official documents, certificates or information requested by the general public.

Hawaii Latest bankruptcy filings

  • Court Name:U.S. Bankruptcy Court Records for the District of Hawaii
    Case Number:21-00353
    Party Name:
    Andrew Tota Felesi
    Date Published:April 10, 2021
  • Court Name:U.S. Bankruptcy Court Records for the District of Hawaii
    Case Number:21-00352
    Party Name:
    Ashley Kainoelani Kawewehi-Antonio
    Date Published:April 10, 2021
  • Court Name:U.S. Bankruptcy Court Records for the District of Hawaii
    Case Number:21-00351
    Party Name:
    Ralph Secio
    Date Published:April 09, 2021
  • Court Name:U.S. Bankruptcy Court Records for the District of Hawaii
    Case Number:21-00350
    Party Name:
    Manana Razmadze
    Date Published:April 09, 2021
  • Court Name:U.S. Bankruptcy Court Records for the District of Hawaii
    Case Number:21-00349
    Party Name:
    Ashley Emiko Kainoa Watabayashi
    Date Published:April 08, 2021
Ask Questions, About Hawaii
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  • Where can I find free access in Hawaii, to divorce records?
    Court records can be accessed freely using this link http://www.courts.state.hi.us/legal_references/records/search_court_recordsthat will take you to the Hawaii State Judiciary's home page. From there you can click on the link Search Court Records to the left. Thereafter, you will see two choices where you can either search the criminal and civil or traffic courts. The Ho'ohiki is a free civil and criminal court search provided by Hawaii's state judiciary. By clicking on Ho'ohiki hyperlink, and after the disclaimer page, you will have a new search page open where you have a few options to search.
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  • Where can I find in Hawaii, if law enforcement provides criminal arrest searches?
    Criminal arrest records can be requested directly from the police department. It is not the same as a criminal arrest search where you see results similar to a background check. Police arrest reports are single individual reports taken in by the department that made the arrest. It is similar to an incident report, or many other types of police reports. You will need to know where the arrest occurred to see where to request the report. For an entire search, the Hawaii Criminal Justice Data Center (HCJDC) provided by the attorney general, conduct a background check online. The walk in location is in Honolulu where the request can be made in person.
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  • Are individual's able to obtain arrest information from the state of Hawaii?
    The state offers an online electronic search from the Hawaii Criminal Justice Data Center which can be found on the Department of the Attorney General's site. This is a to view individual convictions, which is not the same as an arrest search. Arrests are not always prosecuted and convicted, and will likely not appear on these reports. You will do better by contacting the sheriffs department which made the arrest and request a copy from them directly. There are policies which may impose guidelines, but, arrest records are generally considered public less few exceptions.
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Hawaii Latest Crime Records (Updated 04/20/2021)

  • Total Violent Crime:
    3,680
  • Murder And Nonnegligent Manslaughter:
    26
  • Rape:
    445
  • Robbery:
    1,107
  • Aggravated Assault:
    2,102
  • Total Property Crime:
    43,297
  • Burglary:
    7,778
  • Larceny Theft:
    31,640
  • Motor Vehicle Theft:
    3,879

Hawaii American Community Survey (ACS) Census Bureau (Updated 04/20/2021)

  • About Hawaii ACS Demographic and Housing Estimates
    Hawaii's demographic and housing ACS survey of 1,392,704 being 0.44 percent of U.S. residents is comprised of 50.4% males and 49.6% of females. American Community Survey separates various ethnicities depending on the area's population of persons from less than 5 years of age to 85 years old and over. ACS is an ongoing survey with five year estimates down to the block group scale providing a summary spanning five years, from 2010 to 2014 and released in 2014. View the percentage of the population by race, including various groups of Native Americans, Asians, American Indian, Alaska Native, and two or more races.
  • About Hawaii Selected Social Characteristics
    The Hawaii social characteristics data of 450,299 households, which make up 0.39 percent of all U.S. households, are surveyed by ACS . View the number and percentages of married and divorced residents 15 years and older, including 311,748 families with and without children. There are 339,184 persons enrolled in school which are 3 years of age and over are separated by education level from nursery school to graduate and professional degrees. The state's resident social characteristics collected data include estimated percentages and totals of persons which are foreign born, Island areas, born abroad to American parent(s), citizenship status and ancestry.
  • About Hawaii Selected Economic Characteristics
    The Hawaii American Community Survey economic characteristics displays current and past employment of 1,118,419 persons which are 16 years of age and older comprising of 0.45 percent of the United States labor force. Employment numbers of 691,856 civilians in various occupations from construction to information technology collected by industry. Overview of income and benefits in 2014, received from private entities and public assistance. Population of the labor force with private or public health coverage for both employed and unemployed residents. Data regarding the percentage of families with income below poverty level are collected by age groups ranging from persons under the age of 18 to 65 years and over.
  • About Hawaii Selected Housing Characteristics
    Hawaii housing characteristics are collected from 524,852 dwellings making up 0.4 percent of all U.S. housing, includes a survey of either inhabited 450,299 or uninhabited 74,553 domiciles. Data coverage of various rentals or owned structures containing 1 room to 9 rooms. Find out which mode of transportation 450,299 commuters in the state used to get to work. Look up the type of energy utilized by individual occupied residences. An overview of median monthly homeowner costs with or without mortgage. Percentage of rent versus income per household and homeowner costs as percentage of household income. Information collected begins with residence from 1969 or earlier.
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