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Deputy Police Chief Paul Ferreira, Gov. David Ige, Fire Chief Darren J. Rosario, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard in Honolulu at the launch of the Text-to-911 service. Photo courtesy Office of the Governor.

Emergency 911 service can now receive text messages

Gov. David Ige announced Thursday (Oct 13) that Hawaiʻi has launched an enhanced 911 service allowing residents to report an emergency to 911 as a text message.

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Big Island residents may now sign up to receive Hawai'i Police Department media releases and other advisories by cell phone or e-mail.

Citizens who choose to participate can decide whether they want a short text message on their cell phones, a longer message by e-mail, or both.

Get police updates via text messages or email

Big Island residents may now sign up to receive Hawai’i Police Department media releases and other advisories by cell phone or e-mail. Citizens who choose to participate can decide whether they want a short text message on their cell phones, a longer message by e-mail, or both.

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Last night, President Obama signed an Executive Order directing federal employees not to engage in text messaging while driving government-owned vehicles; when using electronic equipment supplied by the government while driving; or while driving privately owned vehicles when they’re on official government business.

Obama signs order banning federal employees from text messaging while driving

Last night, President Obama signed an Executive Order directing federal employees not to engage in text messaging while driving government-owned vehicles; when using electronic equipment supplied by the government while driving; or while driving privately owned vehicles when they’re on official government business.

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Scam emails, text and phone calls preying upon Aloha Pacific Federal Credit Union members

Scam emails, text and phone calls preying upon Aloha Pacific Federal Credit Union members

More scam emails are arriving via email preying upon credit union members. The email, text and phone messages are phishing for account information. Police advise the public not to provide personal information over the phone, by text message or by e-mail. Aloha Pacific Federal Credit Union on their website warns: FRAUD ALERT – Text and Phone Scams […]

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