The Maui Police Commission released information today saying it is moving forward in fulfilling its responsibility to appoint the next Chief of Police, following Chief Gary Yabuta’s announcement on Friday that he is retiring from the post.
The Maui Police Department will be aggressively enforcing distracted driving violations as part of the national “U drive. U text. U pay.” campaign, which runs from April 10 to 15, 2014, department officials announced.
A blessing was held on Thursday morning for the new Kīhei Police Station, which houses a detective bureau, a criminal investigation division, a training division, uniform services and executive offices.