HPD Puna community newsletters for dates July 29th till August 4th and August 5th till August 11th 2015

Good morning everyone,

Attached to this email are the Hawaii Police Departments Puna district community newsletters for the weeks of July 29th till August 4th and also August 5th till August 11th 2015. Also within it contains Police media release and information for the public. Please take note of the Hurricane preparedness section as well due to a group of major hurricanes being generated in the Pacific ocean near Hawaii as we all need to better prepare ourselves thru out this hurricane season. Any questions or concerns please feel free to contact me.

Mahalo,

Officer Davy Kamalii
Hawaii Police Department
Community Policing Division
District of Puna
15-2615 Keaau-Pahoa Rd
Pahoa, Hi 96778
1(808) 965-2716
Email: dkamalii

punanewsletter Aug177.pdf

punanewsletter Aug176.pdf

HPD Puna community newsletters for the following dates: 1) July 8th to July 14th, 2) week of July 15th to July 21st, 3) week of July 22nd to July 28th 2015

punanewsletter July172.pdf
punanewsletter July173.pdf
punanewsletter July174.pdf

HPD Puna community newsletter for the week of June 9th to June 15th

punanewsletter June168.pdf

HPD Puna community newsletter for June 2nd till June 8th 2015

Aloha Everyone,

Attached to this email is the Hawaii Police Departments Puna district newsletter for the week of June 2nd till June 8th 2015. In it you will find the crime stats in the Puna district for that relative week as well as Police media release and information for the public. In this issue I have also added a Hurricane preparedness section as the start of Hurricane season began on June 1st of this year. Any questions or concerns please let me know. Hope you all have a wonderful week.

Mahalo,

Officer Davy KAMALII

Hawaii Police Department

Community Policing Division

Puna District

15-2615 Keaau-Pahoa Hwy

Pahoa, HI. 96778

Tel. No. (808)965-2716

FAX No. (808) 965-2719

punanewsletter June167.pdf

HPD Puna community newsletters for May 18th to May 24th and also May 25th to June 1st

Aloha everyone,

Attached to this email are the Hawaii Police Departments Puna district newsletters for the dates of May 18th till May 24th and also the following newsletter for the dates of May 25th till June 1st 2015. In it you will find the crime statistics for that periods within the Puna district and also police media release as well as information to the public. I apologize for the slight delay in the newsletter as I have been busy tending to other matters needing my attention as well. Any questions or concerns please feel free to email me.

Mahalo,

Officer Davy KAMALII

Hawaii Police Department

Community Policing Division

Puna District

15-2615 Keaau-Pahoa Hwy

Pahoa, HI. 96778

Tel. No. (808)965-2716

FAX No. (808) 965-2719

punanewsletter May165.pdf

punanewsletter May166.pdf

HPD Puna community newsletter for May 11-17th

Aloha everyone,

Attached to this email you will find the HPD Puna district community newsletter with the district crime stats and police information for the week of May 11th to 17th 2015. Any questions or concerns please feel free to email me.

Mahalo,

Officer Davy KAMALII

Hawaii Police Department

Community Policing Division

Puna District

15-2615 Keaau-Pahoa Hwy

Pahoa, HI. 96778

Tel. No. (808)965-2716

FAX No. (808) 965-2719

punanewsletter May164.pdf

7 Reasons To Check Out Puna on your Big Island, Hawaii Vacation

More and more people are finding the Puna treasure.

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When people visit the Big Island, they typically spend most of their time in Kona, where all the swanky resorts and powdery-white sand beaches are. There’s certainly nothing wrong with getting fancy and kicking back in luxury if that’s your style, but, if you’re the type of person who wants to experience some of the “real”  Hawaii on your Big Island vacation, you must check out Puna! I can understand why Puna (which is a large district located in the south-eastern side of the island) is hastily overlooked by many tourists who don’t know any better: There are no white sand beaches or hotels, no major touristy attractions. So, what is there to do or see? Why should you go there? Well, let me tell you my 7 favorite activities in Puna!

1. The drive down Red Road. This 15 mile road is one of the most scenic…

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