The adult arrest log or photocopies thereof shall
be made available to the public for inspection and copying.
ADULT ARREST LOG
A. The adult arrest log includes the following:
1. Date and time of arrest;
2. Name, age, sex, and race of the arrestee;
3. Name of the arresting officer;
4. Nature of the offense; and
5. Report number.
B. Other information may be added to this list later
(e.g., time and manner of release).
ADULT ARREST LOGS FOR THE PREVIOUS DAY
GENERAL REQUIREMENTS AND LIMITATIONS
A. Under no circumstances shall juvenile
arrest information be made available to the public.
B. Only actual logs or photocopies thereof
will be made available to the public. No search
services of any kind will be provided (e.g., searches
for names, times, or locations).
C. Anyone inspecting a log or log photocopy may
manually copy information from it. However, no
element except the Records and Identification
Division is authorized to make and issue photocopies
of the adult arrest log to the public. All requests
for photocopies should be referred to the Records
and Identification Division.
D. The adult arrest logs will be downloaded
by the Information Technology Division daily
and posted on the Honolulu Police Department
Web site. Arrest logs will also be displayed
by the Central Receiving Division at the
security post 24 hours a day. Arrest logs
shall be rotated out 14 days after their
issuance on the Web site and at the Alapai
headquarters security post.
E. Only the crystal report “Adult Arrest Log”
shall be used. There shall be no other logs
or books kept with the arrest information for adults.
ADULT ARREST LOGS MORE THAN 14 DAYS OLD
All persons wishing to inspect an adult arrest
log more than 14 days old should be instructed as follows:
A. The requestor should submit a written request
to the Records and Identification Division
specifying the date(s) of the log(s) he or she
wishes to inspect. (Telephone and walk-in
requests will not be accommodated.)
B. The Records and Identification Division shall
respond to every request in accordance with the
Office of Information Practices (OIP) Administrative
Rules. Depending on the size and scope of the
request, the logs may or may not be immediately
available. If the logs are not immediately
available, the requestor shall be notified in
writing and shall be provided with an estimate
for fees and costs.
All elements affected by this directive shall
include the necessary procedures in their manuals of operations.
These procedures have been established in
accordance with legal opinion letter 91-4
by the OIP dated March 25, 1991.