Hawaii Laws

The following list contains some of Hawaii’s laws relating to identity theft.  This list is not exhaustive as each situation may have facts that would allow application of one or more laws.  If you have questions about a specific situation, please call your local police department and/or local prosecuting attorney’s office.

§286-131

Unlawful Use of License

§487J-2

Social Security Number Protection

§487N-2

Notice of Security Breach

§487R-2

Destruction of Personal Information Records

§489P-3

Security Freeze by Consumer Reporting Agency

§706-606.5

Sentencing of Repeat Offenders

§708-800

General Provisions Relating to Offenses Against Property Rights

§708-839.55

Unauthorized possession of confidential personal information

§708-839.6

Identity theft in the first degree

§708-839.7

Identity theft in the second degree

§708-839.8

Identity theft in the third degree

§708-893

Use of a computer in the commission of a separate crime

§710-1016.3

Obtaining a government-issued identification document under false pretenses in the first degree

§710-1016.4

Obtaining a government-issued identification document under false pretenses in the second degree