Community Policing Meeting to Address Agricultural Theft in Honomū

Big Island Gazette

UPDATE: A community meeting focusing on agricultural theft in the Honomū area scheduled for Monday, August, 9, 2021, from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m., will take place online via Zoom instead of in person at the Honomū Gym as previously announced.

The event, hosted by Hawaii County Council Member Heather Kimball, will provide area residents an opportunity to ask questions, as well as share and discuss community concerns. One of the main topics of discussion will be agricultural theft.

Officers from Hawai‘i Police Department’s Hilo Community Policing Section will provide updates on the department’s efforts to mitigate these crimes as well as ag theft prevention tips.

Those interested in attending can join the Zoom meeting using the link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86770661312. For questions about accessing the meeting, contact council member Heather Kimball at (808) 961-8828, or by email at heather.kimball@hawaiicounty.gov.

ORIGINAL POST: Hawai‘i Police Department’s Hilo Community Policing Section invites the public to a community meeting on Monday, August, 9, 2021, from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Honomū Gym, 28-1641 Old Mamalahoa Highway, in Honomū.

The event, hosted by Hawaii County Council Member Heather Kimball, will provide area residents an opportunity to ask questions, as well as share and discuss community concerns. One of the main topics of discussion will be agricultural theft. Officers will provide updates on the department’s efforts to mitigate these crimes as well as ag theft prevention tips.

Those unable to attend in person can contact the police department’s Community Policing Section at (808) 961-2350, or by email at william.derr@hawaiicounty.gov or contact council member Heather Kimball at (808) 961-8828, or by email at heather.kimball@hawaiicounty.gov.

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