1) Hawaii Warrants and Most Wanted Directory. Search criminal most wanted and active warrant databases in Hawaii. Includes databases of bank robbers, fugitives, and unsolved crimes.
2) Free searches - listed below. Hawaii provides free access to some very useful criminal record databases. To do your own search we suggest that you start with a search of statewide criminal court records using the Hawaii State Judiciary resource below. Keep in mind that the Judiciary makes a disclaimer that their free database may not contain all court record information. Below you’ll also see resources to check federal inmates, registered offenders, traffic & parking cases, and federal criminal court records (through the inexpensive PACER system). Hawaii does not provide an online inmate database, but there is a resource listed below with instructions for making inmate inquiries.
3) Hawaii Criminal Justice Data Center. Another option is to use the resource below for the Hawaii Criminal Justice Data Center’s eCrim service and receive an instant statewide criminal conviction check. Official reports cost $15. This does not include U.S. Federal Records, so we recommend a PACER search and federal inmate search as well.
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Our Hawaii records include felony and misdemeanor convictions from the Circuit and Family Courts; Department of Corrections inmate records; and registered offenders. A search of Hawaii records only is $9.95, immediate results.
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