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Louis Kealoha
Chief of Police
Honolulu Police Department

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The School Shooting That Wasn’t

In Marion, Arkansas a student reports that he heard a student bragging about bringing a gun to school. Immediately the teacher clicks the “Active Shooter” button in the Rave Panic Button app...

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How Rave Eyewitness Helped State Police Find Baby Doe

The tiny remains of a 3 year old girl were found wrapped in a trash bag on the Boston Harbor shoreline. With no identity for the child, the Massachusetts State Police asked the public to help identify “Baby Doe.”

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Waking to a Face Full of Flames

Looking back, the Peninsula Township father-of-two young daughters doesn’t recall dialing 9-1-1 from his mobile phone. Smoke filled his home, he couldn’t speak, and Grand Traverse Central Dispatch only heard coughing and a struggle.

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Purdue University Responds to Active Shooting

A student entered his classroom, walked up to senior Andrew Boldt of Purdue University and shot him dead.

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When 9-1-1 Can’t Find You

Residents assume when they dial 9-1-1 from a mobile phone 9-1-1 call takers know where they are located. They are wrong. Mobile phones don't provide a 9-1-1 a caller’s exact location.

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Bringing a Heart Back to Life

John Nettles finished doing some yardwork. As he went inside, he mentioned to his wife Carol that he wasn’t feeling well. He didn’t know exactly what, but John knew something was wrong.

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How a Text Stopped a School Shooting

On a cold February afternoon, Campus Police received an anonymous tip that a student had a .25 caliber pistol in his dorm room.

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