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Hawaiʻi State Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Island of Hawaiʻi YMCA Family Visitation Center

Visitation center in East Hawaiʻi Island for families involved in domestic violence disputes where staff can supervise exchanges, court-ordered visits, and telephone calls.  For daily updates and operations changes, check out their Facebook.

  • Administration: (808) 464-4020

Neighborhood Place of Kona

Family support organization in West Hawaiʻi Island with services such as parenting education, responding to families in crisis, connections to public benefits, and more.

  • Administration: (808) 331-8777

Lо̄kahi Treatment Centers

Non-profit counseling organization for Big Island residents with services including anger management, domestic violence intervention classes, psychiatric evaluations, individual counseling and more.

  • Waikо̄loa: (808) 883-0922
  • Hilo: (808) 969-9292
  • Kailua-Kona: (808) 331-1175
  • Honokaʻa: (808) 775-7707
  • Pāhoa: (808) 965-5535

Crime Victim Compensation of Hawaiʻi

Operated by the Hawaiʻi Department of Public Safety.

If you are a victim of a crime, you may be eligible for restitution to provide compensation for medical expenses, property damage, or lost earnings.

Hawaiʻi SAVIN

Online portal to the national victim notification network.

Sign up to receive updates on an offender’s custody status change or criminal case information.

Hawaiʻi Police Department

Primary law enforcement and emergency assistance provider for Hawaiʻi Island residents.  Dial 911 for emergencies but for other information, contact the number below:

  • Non-Emergencies & Information: (808) 935-3311

County of Hawaiʻi Office of the Prosecuting Attorney

Contact the prosecutor’s office on Hawaiʻi Island for questions relating to criminal court, victim advocacy, crime victim compensation, and courtroom accompaniment.

  • East Hawaiʻi: (808) 934-3306
  • West Hawaiʻi: (808) 322 2552

Court Forms (Hawaiʻi State Judiciary)

Download Hawaiʻi court forms to complete at home before filing in-person.

eCourt Kо̄kua

Public online database for traffic and criminal court cases in Hawaiʻi.

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