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Hawaii’s fallen officers to be honored in memorial ceremony during National Police Week – Honolulu, Hawaii

Honolulu, Hawaii 2021-05-14 22:06:59 –

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Officers Tiffany Enriquez, left, and Cowlike Karama. Enriquez and Karama were killed on January 19, 2020 while answering the phone. The HPD Waikiki substation monument grew overnight.

Honolulu (KHON2) —The Hawaii Law Enforcement Memorial Foundation will livestream a ceremony at 5 pm in honor of the three police officers killed during their duties.

Organizer announces nameplate HPD officers Tiffany Enriquez and Kaulike Kalama, And Memorial ATF Special Agent John Bost III.

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The Friday ceremony is part of a series of events honoring police officers who have fallen during National Police Week. Honolulu Hale lights blue Until Saturday.

A total of 50 police officers have died on duty in the ministry’s history.

The department usually marches from HPD headquarters to the State Capitol, where the candlelight vigil is held.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, no virtual ceremony will be held instead.

“Police Week is a time when our community pays homage to those who have given their lives in their jobs and remembers courageous actions and sacrifices, while annual compliance is an excellent Honolulu Police Department offering us. Emphasizes programs and services. Community throughout the year. “

Susan Ballard, Honolulu Police Department Chief

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