Hawaii’s official Internet portal, Hawaii.gov, is managed by HIC, a wholly owned subsidiary of e Government firm NIC Inc.
The creation and deployment of the App is the result of collaboration between the HCJDC, the Hawaii State Office of Information Management and Technology, and Hawaii Information Consortium, LLC (HIC).
The HCJDC maintains a central repository for the collection, storage, dissemination, and analysis of data from all criminal agencies, which includes information about covered offenders residing in the State of Hawaii.
Public access to this information is based solely on the fact of each offender’s criminal conviction and is not based on an estimate of the offender’s level of dangerousness.
Luis Berrios, 50, pleaded guilty to first-degree sexual assault and second-degree sexual assault. A 18-year old woman came to the Benton County sheriff's office and said Berrios sexually abused her.
The plea came under an agreement Sam Hall, Berrios' attorney, reached with Carrie Dobbs, Benton County deputy prosecutor. The woman said the abuse began when she was 14, according to court documents.
Berrios was interviewed by a sheriff's investigator, and admitted having sexual contact with the girl when she was 14, according to a probable cause affidavit.
Benton County Circuit Judge Brad Karren accepted the plea agreement and Berrios' guilty pleas. He must abide by a suspended-sentence agreement for 10 years after his release from prison.
HONOLULU – Hawaii Sex Offender Search is now available for downloading as a mobile application for Android and Apple devices.
On January 8, 2014, the Department of the Attorney General, Hawaii Criminal Justice Data Center (HCJDC) officially released Hawaii Sex Offender Search, a new mobile application (App) that allows users to search HCJDC’s data base for the names and information of covered offenders registered in the State of Hawaii and to locate their residence and business addresses.