Crime in Hawaii

Attorney General’s report shows crime down statewide January 6, 1999 — Attorney General Margery S. Bronster announced the release of Hawaii’s Semi-Annual Crime Summary.  The summary shows that the number of serious crimes reported in Hawaii between January and June of 1998 decreased 9% from the number reported during the same period in 1997.  Reports ...
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Hawaii’s crime rate fell 9% in 1997, down 17% in two years August 31, 1998 – Attorney General Margery S. Bronster announced that the statewide rate for reported Index Offenses (murder, forcible rape, aggravated assault, robbery, burglary, motor vehicle theft, larceny-theft, and, tracked separately, arson) fell 9% in 1997 to reach a point17% below the ...
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Crime in Hawaii fell 10.4% during the first half of 1997 February 25, 1998- Attorney General Margery S. Bronster announced the release of the Department of the Attorney General’s 1997 Semi-Annual Crime Summary. The summary shows that the number of serious crimes reported in Hawaii between January and June of last year decreased 10.4% from ...
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Hawaii’s crime rate down 9% in 1996 September 25, 1997- Attorney General Margery S. Bronster announced that the statewide 1996 rate for reported major crimes (Index Offenses) shows a welcome decrease from the 15-year record high rate set in 1995. Every year, as part of her responsibilities as Hawaii’s chief legal officer, the Attorney General ...
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