Hawaii, officially nicknamed the Aloha State, id the 50th to join the US. As of 2016, the population of Hawaii totals to 1,428,557. Honolulu is both the capital and the largest city of the state, with a population of 337,256.
Hawaii is the only US state with an Asian majority.
The most dangerous cities in Hawaii are Kahului, Wailuku, and Lahaina.
The violent crime rate in these cities is 337.7 per 100,000 residents, compared to the state rate of 293.4 per 100,000 people. The poverty rate in the cities is 9.7%, while the unemployment rate is down at 3%.
Overall, Hawaii is one of the safest states in the US. Even the most dangerous metropolitan area is safer (only 338 violent crimes for 100,000 people in 2015.) than the country as a whole. The rate in other parts of the state is much lower. Capital punishment was abolished in Hawaii in 1957.
Mililani and Kapolei are the safest areas in the state.
Each county in Hawaii has a Correction Center that manages the database of inmate information, including mugshots. This information is not readily available online, but can be requested by mail, by phone or visiting the facility in person.
The registry of sex offenders, however, is available online and is managed by the Hawaii Criminal Justice Data Center. Name, address and the type of offense can be used as search filters.