HILO, Hawaii: Hawaii County Police Chief Harry Kubojiri and fellow law enforcement staff will be at the Palace Theater on Thursday, August 11, answering questions and speaking to the public about efforts in Downtown Hilo.
The Hilo Downtown Improvement Association is spreading the word about the Town Hall Meeting. We received this flyer today:
All business owners, managers and employees, land and property owners, customers, clients,
and friends who care about Downtown Hilo should attend!
Palace Theater & Hilo Downtown Improvement Association
Town Hall Meeting:
Downtown Hilo Crime & Safety Briefing
Thursday, August 11, 2011
Palace Theater, Downtown Hilo, 38 Haili Street
4:30 p.m. Registration & Light Refreshments
5:00 p.m. County of Hawaii Police Chief Harry Kubojiri & Staff:
• Summarize public survey and customer service officer training
• Discuss special Crime Reduction Unit patrols in Downtown Hilo
• Update on Community Policing efforts
• Q&A (All questions will be collected ahead of time, Alice Moon DIA
executive director will serve as moderator to ask the questions)
6:00 p.m. Pau
The police representatives will only be addressing safety issues specific to
Downtown Hilo. Come ask questions about nighttime activities/lighting, breakins,
vandalism, homeless and vagrant people, juvenile delinquency, substance
abuse and dealing, shoplifting loss prevention, and other security issues.
Information: Contact the DIA at 935‐8850 or email@example.com