Asset Forfeiture Auction Information
All persons who intend to bid must fill out The Bidders Registration Form and register prior to the commencement of the auction and must present identification with a picture ID such as a valid driver’s license, State ID, student ID card, and/or passport. Please read the Bidders Registration Form thoroughly for complete instructions. The Bidder Registration Form is available in Adobe Acrobat PDF format. To open, fill out, or print the Bidder Application Form from your own computer you must have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your machine. Get Adobe Acrobat Reader.
AUCTION SCHEDULE AND DETAILS
The Department of the Attorney General’s public auctions of property forfeited to the State of Hawaii have been tentatively scheduled for the following dates:
We do not have any auction dates available as we are currently working to transfer from live auctions to an online auction model.
Tentative auction dates are not ready to be published. If all goes as planned, we hope to be able to provide auction dates in the fourth quarter of 2023.
Additional details will follow as they become available.
The property to be sold may include cars, jewelry, cameras, electronic surveillance equipment, mechanical and electric hand tools, collectables, and other items. A auction date and the list of the property for sale will be posted prior to each scheduled auction on a new online website which will be announced when it becomes available be available.
This auction is the result of ongoing efforts by State and County law enforcement agencies to curb criminal activities by seizing and forfeiting assets used or acquired in connection with criminal activities. The proceeds from this auction will be used by state and county law enforcement agencies to combat crime.
Employees (and their immediate family members) of each county police department, each prosecuting attorney’s office, and the Department of the State Attorney General are not eligible to purchase forfeited property.
Anyone having information concerning individuals who are profiting from criminal activity on Oahu should call the Crime Stoppers hotline at (808) 955-8300.