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Check Sex Offender Registry by Contacting:

Hawaii Criminal Justice Data Center
Sexual Offender Registry
465 S King St, Room 101
Honolulu, HI   96813

p (808) 587-3100     f (808) 857-3024

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Hawaii Criminal Justice Data Center
Criminal Record Request
465 S King St, Room 101
Honolulu, HI   96813

p (808) 587-3279

Check Incarceration Records by Contacting:

Hawaii Department of Public Safety
Inmate Classification
919 Ala Moana Blvd #401
Honolulu, HI   96814

p (808) 587-2567     f (808) 587-2568

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Hawaii Crime Stats

Hawaii Criminal Records Statistics

Hawaii Criminal Records Statistics

Recorded crime total for 2006: 41,055

Number of crimes per capita: 4498.23

Most "dangerous" Hawaii city: Honolulu

Crime Threat Level: 3

Other states with a crime threat level of 3:
California - Iowa - Montana - Nebraska - Pennsylvania - Utah - Wyoming

Hawaii Criminal Activity Breakdown

Hawaii Criminal Activity Breakdown

Murders: 17
Rapes: 229
Robberies: 956
Assaults: 1,543
Property Crime: 26,540

Hawaii exceeds the national average in:
Theft, Vehicle Theft

Free Hawaii Background Checks and Criminal Records

There is no doubt that Hawaii is paradise for all of its residents, but it is also a crime magnet as unsavory characters from all over the world descend here to take advantage of tourists and the elderly.

In 2006 alone, there were over 41,000 crimes reported, including over 200 rapes and over 1500 assaults. Don't waste your time with overworked government agencies; use Free Background Checks USA to save time and energy.

To get all of the same information by hand that you can get from Free Background Checks USA, you would have to contact the Hawaii Criminal Justice Data Center Sexual Offender Registry, the Hawaii Criminal Justice Data Center Criminal Record Request, the Hawaii Department of Public Safety Inmate Classification as well as the Administrative Director of Courts.

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Tips on hawaii Background Searches

If you have been wondering about the sex offenders in your area then you may have been interested in looking over Hawaii criminal records. There are different sites online that can help you to find the exact records that you are looking for.

If you want to get Hawaii criminal records you should not have to stress out. You do not need to go all around to each and every court house and search for these records either. There are sites online that compile the information you are seeking and put them into one big searchable database that will allow you to quickly find the information that you want.

If you want to find sex offenders in your area you can go to the Hawaii Department of Public Safety and use their search. Hawaii has SAVIN (Statewide Automated Information and Notification) in place, which is powered by VINE (Victim Information and Notification Everyday).

Hawaii SAVIN offers victims or concerned citizens free, confidential and anonymous access to regularly updated information on offenders that are under the State of Hawaii’s Department of Public Safety’s jurisdiction.

If you are looking for other types of records you can use the other search sites to quickly find the information.