HPD program teaches law basics, discipline

JAMM AQUINO / JAQUINO@STARBULLETIN.COM During the Honolulu Police Department's Law Enforcement Explorers Program training class last month, student Jessica Lee, left, and police officer Chad Hironaka pinned ... Full Story
pali

United States

#574 May 23, 2008
elijahhawaii wrote:
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I don't bother reading your messages.
E pa 'oe i ke 'ala o ka hala. LAUGH!
And yet you do.
pali

United States

#575 May 23, 2008
real pali wrote:
<quoted text>
Wow a flashlight cop (security guard) making threats. What is this world coming to? You are the biggest pretender ever! I challenge you to prove that you are a cop! Prove it! I bet you won't and instead make a weak excuse why you don't have to prove it....coward!
At least get the jargon correct. We call them rent-a-cops.

As for your "challenge," one that has built in rules offering no way but your way in which to respond, I already did but we'll go over the material again for you. Do you have your crayon ready?

One of the other officers on this site, one of many who can see a "real" brother or sister from a mile away, asked for whom do I work. The question was asked after several posts expressing thoughts, opinions and language common to LEO's.

I replied with a current headline of exactly which agency I work for and what I was doing at that exact time. The Internet server also reflected the same location.

But that's about all you'll get slappy. I, as every other "real" LEO, will not reveal specific personal information and any one who claims to be "real" and does reveal themselves is either a fool or one of your club members. Oops, I guess they would be one in the same.

I'll go one further and tell you why. The primary reason is our safety and the safety of our families. I personally know some who have kept their career choice a secret to even their neighbors.

The second reason is that it is none of your business and on a "need to know" basis - you do not need to know.

Curious that you and your buddies will not give out your personal info but you seem more than capable of talking out of your turd-cutters on every subject you know nothing about.

Pay the ticket and stop whining or we really will "Catch you later."
pali

United States

#576 May 23, 2008
2Bucks wrote:
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sir, i stand corrected!
Negative. I just figured you were giving the benefit of the doubt.

Doesn't matter where you go. Midwest it's 10-96, Left Coast is 5150 H&S (did many of those in the Bay area). But 99% of those are legit. The babooze from SC and his newest botfriend from FL are just run-of-the-mill Internet snipers.

They wait drooling and sweating for any thread regarding HPD, good or bad, and their greasy little digits are whacking the keyboard (God knows what else) before the sun comes up over Hawai'i. Classic haters and yet they will not hesitate to call when they need to be protected, usually because of something stupid they said or did.

One million to the person who comes up with a "dummy-detector." Crap, I guess I owe eli some money for his keyboard.
Fire Wire

Honolulu, HI

#577 May 23, 2008
pali wrote:
<quoted text>
Negative. I just figured you were giving the benefit of the doubt.
Doesn't matter where you go. Midwest it's 10-96, Left Coast is 5150 H&S (did many of those in the Bay area). But 99% of those are legit. The babooze from SC and his newest botfriend from FL are just run-of-the-mill Internet snipers.
They wait drooling and sweating for any thread regarding HPD, good or bad, and their greasy little digits are whacking the keyboard (God knows what else) before the sun comes up over Hawai'i. Classic haters and yet they will not hesitate to call when they need to be protected, usually because of something stupid they said or did.
One million to the person who comes up with a "dummy-detector." Crap, I guess I owe eli some money for his keyboard.
Well said. We know what has to be done at our jobs. And we all know who the "real ones" are. No need to prove ourselves to anyone.

Be safe Sir.
Samantha

Lahaina, HI

#578 May 23, 2008
You don't have to justify anything to these morons like elijahhawaii, David (who seemed to have started all of this and then hid), "real pali" from Florida, and those other HPD haters. Well, more like wannabes, and some couldn't bees! Just keep doing what you do, and do it to the best of your abilities. Thank you for all that you do, which is much more than those morons.
pimpster

Honolulu, HI

#579 May 23, 2008
HPD is ok. Please don't change the way they operate.
real pali

United States

#580 May 23, 2008
by y wrote:
<quoted text>
At least get the jargon correct. We call them rent-a-cops.
As for your "challenge," one that has built in rules offering no way but your way in which to respond, I already did but we'll go over the material again for you. Do you have your crayon ready?
One of the other officers on this site, one of many who can see a "real" brother or sister from a mile away, asked for whom do I work. The question was asked after several posts expressing thoughts, opinions and language common to LEO's.
I replied with a current headline of exactly which agency I work for and what I was doing at that exact time. The Internet server also reflected the same location.
But that's about all you'll get slappy. I, as every other "real" LEO, will not reveal specific personal information and any one who claims to be "real" and does reveal themselves is either a fool or one of your club members. Oops, I guess they would be one in the same.
I'll go one further and tell you why. The primary reason is our safety and the safety of our families. I personally know some who have kept their career choice a secret to even their neighbors.
The second reason is that it is none of your business and on a "need to know" basis - you do not need to know.
Curious that you and your buddies will not give out your personal info but you seem more than capable of talking out of your turd-cutters on every subject you know nothing about.
Pay the ticket and stop whining or we really will "Catch you later."
Wow flashlight cop you are good at researching. Your security guard boss must be proud. Sure you are, haha!
pali

United States

#581 May 23, 2008
Fire Wire wrote:
<quoted text>
Well said. We know what has to be done at our jobs. And we all know who the "real ones" are. No need to prove ourselves to anyone.
Be safe Sir.
You too brother.

It's been a few years but if you know TJ (so much easier than trying to pronounce his name) or Max please say aloha for me. We all worked at Barbers many years ago. TJ was in Wahiawa and last time I saw Max he was in Waikiki - probably moved on. JC over in D-4 is my brother-in-law.

A few others that are feds and state narcotics that can't be named but you get the picture as to why I cannot stand by and let these losers bad mouth LEO's in Hawai'i. I know them and I have worked side by side with them so I know the dedication first hand.

Gee, in other words actually having facts about a subject instead of comments based on negative personal interactions with the police due to one's own criminal and/or illegal actions, i.e., stupid in public and aggravated dumbass.

God sure must love stupid people - He made so many of them.
pali

United States

#582 May 23, 2008
real pali wrote:
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Wow flashlight cop you are good at researching. Your security guard boss must be proud. Sure you are, haha!
Stellar reply Mary. I'd like to buy you a drink. Bartender, give this illiterate douche bag a vinegar and water.
Budda

Makawao, HI

#583 May 23, 2008
pali wrote:
<quoted text>
Stellar reply Mary. I'd like to buy you a drink. Bartender, give this illiterate douche bag a vinegar and water.
Um, no one believes you.......
Bodhisattva

Germany

#584 May 23, 2008
Wish he'd use spell check.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buddha
pali

United States

#585 May 23, 2008
Bodhisattva wrote:
Wish he'd use spell check.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buddha
I think he meant to type "bruddah" but messed that up. Then he tried "butter" but messed that up too.

BTW, good catch but let's not put too much on his plate. Let him evolve from dragging his knuckles on the ground and give him fire first. Then maybe try tackling spell check - maybe.
pali

United States

#586 May 23, 2008
Budda wrote:
<quoted text>
Um, no one believes you.......
Stop stuttering and spit it out "butter." Hesitation only makes you look unsure about your meaningless point junior. It demeans the rest of Generation X.
Budda

Makawao, HI

#587 May 23, 2008
pali wrote:
<quoted text>
Stop stuttering and spit it out "butter." Hesitation only makes you look unsure about your meaningless point junior. It demeans the rest of Generation X.
Does this guy even have a life? He is on here all the time. Well I guess when you're at work with your mag-lite and walkie-talkie, you have a lot of time when your only other option is watching security cameras.
Fire Wire

Honolulu, HI

#588 May 24, 2008
pali wrote:
<quoted text>
You too brother.
It's been a few years but if you know TJ (so much easier than trying to pronounce his name) or Max please say aloha for me. We all worked at Barbers many years ago. TJ was in Wahiawa and last time I saw Max he was in Waikiki - probably moved on. JC over in D-4 is my brother-in-law.
A few others that are feds and state narcotics that can't be named but you get the picture as to why I cannot stand by and let these losers bad mouth LEO's in Hawai'i. I know them and I have worked side by side with them so I know the dedication first hand.
Gee, in other words actually having facts about a subject instead of comments based on negative personal interactions with the police due to one's own criminal and/or illegal actions, i.e., stupid in public and aggravated dumbass.
God sure must love stupid people - He made so many of them.
Will do - worked with TJ many years ago in D6 and Max is still around. Gotta love this job....the entertainment value is priceless. Have a good weekend and stay safe.
SEND HANABUSA OCCC

Hilo, HI

#589 May 24, 2008
Only days after this familys tragic loss and our own elected official is caught and arrested for DUI with his two young sons in the vehicle with their intoxicated father. Today Senate President Colleen Hanabusa said Sen. Ron Menor probably will not face a reprimand from the state Senate after pleading no contest in Honolulu District Court to operating a vehicle under the influence of an intoxicant last month. This is close to election, and I believe that the real people who should stand as judge and jury should be his constituents, Hanabusa said. Not mentioning his two children he put at risk in the event of an accident that could have killed them all, and or innocent others. All this and the Senator is seating out at OCCC in a confined area you can bet with all amenities till dawn, and then released with a slap-on-his-wrist. WHAT HAVE YOU BEEN DRINKING TO SPEAK THESE WORDS? ARE YOU KIDDING? What kind of example are you setting? Are you so darn better then me, you would allow for this man to walk away after driving with a blood alcohol limit above the legal limit with an overnighter at OCCC. Where is the justice in this? He as State Rep. Jon Karamatsu should resign immediately; without question. Do as I say not as I do is not going to do it this time, not after the loss of a child this week, and Menor driving with his own sons in the vehicle. Suspend his license for a year, impound his car for the same amount of time, and make him do weeks of hard labor on the streets of Honolulu sweeping sidewalks with a sign on his back reading, Im a drunk driver who drove with my two sons in the car. Humiliate him as he has humiliated the house and senate. What is with you Colleen, are you really going to allow this to just end at as is without remorse? Is the Senator better then myself, I pay taxes, I follow the law, I dont drink and drive, why should he be treated special and different then the average person arrested for this offence; because hes a Senator? What a crock of beef stew. What about the seated judge who heard the no contest plea, correct me if Im mistaken but he is the judge, jury and constituents; This is not a call in vote for American Idol, were talking about Hawaiis Senator Ron Menor the second lawmaker in a year to be arrested for drunken driving; just after State Rep. Jon Riki Karamatsu stepped down as vice speaker of the House after his DUI arrest last October.Our own State Legislators, Senators, State Representatives and others are MOCKING our system as being above the law, while Ms. Colleen Hanabusa sits with her audacity to speak as though its ok he spent two days already lock-up. You just bought a ticket to the unemployment office first class, because if your not going to reprimand him no one will and a night over at OCCC is no where near what myself or my neighbor would have to pay for the same crime. How can you even say such words as though it were nothing (He wont do it again) while a babys funeral is going on in your own back yard, have lost your mind, judgment and respect from the citizens of Hawaii who once admired your ways, youve let everyone down by letting this just go away while a childs family is morning the loss of a three year old. My hope is that the tax-paying citizens of this State not forget your insane remark and vote you out of office. You dont have what it anymore and have embarrassed us knowing you would let Menor walk away from this offence the very day a three year olds family places him to rest. God be with you Ms. Hanabusa and drive safe out there because your co-workers will more then likely hit you and either kill you or them and we will all look back on today remembering your remark that Sen. Ron Menor probably will not face a reprimand from the state, this is close to election year. How could you for the sake of an election? Your Mother and Father are saying (SHAME ON YOU DAUGHTER - YOU HAVE SHAMED US)
Casual Observer

Koloa, HI

#590 May 24, 2008
I guess the title of this thread should be like the Pat Benatar song, "Hit me with your best shot". The title of this thread is "HPD program teaches law basics and discipline". Most of the 577 posts to this thread aren't commentary on this topic, but responses to people who initiated hostility towards HPD and its supporters. Although I don't agree with Sen. Hanabusa's decision not to reprimand Sen. Menor, I find posting #589 by "Send Hanabusa to OCCC" not logical and merely an attempt to obtusely relate the Miles family tragedy with Sen. Menor's convicion and sentencing. The two incidents are unrelated events, and a prime example of drama I see routinely created online and in real life in the State of Hawaii where someone is making an apples and oranges comparison to support their own agenda. I don't think the agenda is wrong either. Drinking and driving is deadly. Being genuinely responsible for your children's well-being is also a very serious matter. I don't see, however, how blasting Sen. Hanabusa and Sen. Menor supports taking care of our children and making Hawaii's roads safer to drive. Does this mean anyone in any posistion of power, authority, or responsibility who drinks and drives, or gets in some type of trouble, should be fired from their job and sent to jail? The writer of this posting maybe doesn't realize that jail time is minimal for a first offense for DUI- there are indeed many other costs should one be convicted, and for sure, Sen. Menor's tribulation over this incident are far from over. I am sick. And I am tired. I am sick and tired of these ease of criticism by uninvolved parties who find the need to stick their two cents in. It almost never is to praise or bless or encourage. It is almost always to drag someone or something down, and it is SO not ALOHA. I believe in justice. The definition of that being fairness and impartiality in the pursuit of truth and the administration of rewards and punishments once truth is proven. I also believe that sound, logical arguments to prove a point. Personal attacks lower the bar or level the playing field are so common... common as in poor breeding and low class. And that is all I have to say about that.
Darnel

Honolulu, HI

#591 May 24, 2008
Casual makes good points. I just guess we are all on edge without alice here to calm us or rile us. So we started eating each other. Menor has served his time. Now let him mend.
Anna Lambkin

Aiea, HI

#592 Nov 24, 2008
Hello-
My name is Anna Lambkin, I am an Executive of Assets Protection for Target Kapolei store and am looking for some talent to come and apply. I am very impressed with the Explorer program and would like to learn more about it. If anyone would like to learn about Target Assets Protection please stop on by our off-sight at 4510 Salt Lake Blvd, or give us a call. Thanks
Scout

Hilo, HI

#594 Nov 24, 2008
Basic recruiting.

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