Safe and Sound Waikiki
With the return of visitors to the heart of our tourist district after a pandemic-filled couple of years, Waikiki is open for business once again. In an effort to combat crime in the area, the Department of the Prosecuting Attorney, in partnership with the Honolulu Police Department and other community groups, is working to establishing the Safe and Sound Waikiki strategy. This strategy depends on grassroots input from residents, businesses, and community groups regarding crime issues as well as what community activities and social services are needed. We would like your feedback on what you think is needed to make Waikiki a safe and vibrant place to live, work, and visit.