Honolulu Lawmaker Proposes Bill To Have Armed Park Rangers To Deter Homeless

Waikiki Beach and Diamond Head Mountain in Honolulu, Oahu Island, Hawaii

A state lawmaker is proposing stationing armed park rangers at Honolulu city parks, where homeless encampments are common, because of a growing amount of trash and safety concerns.

Residents have taken issue with piles of trash and smell they claim come from homeless encampments, the Honolulu Star-Advertiser reported Sunday.

Honolulu city Councilman Trevor Ozawa wants residents to vote on a 2018 City Charter amendment to place armed park rangers in the city’s biggest parks. The rangers would be able to address illegal camping, littering and vandalism and enforce no-smoking policies should the bill come to pass. Read more at FOX News.




  1. Seems pretty strange to me that Honolulu in particular and Hawaii in general has a “heart” for the undocumented and illegals but will use Nazi tactics for the homeless ???

  2. You’ve got to be kidding. These are the same bums that declared they are ignoring the Presidents edict and are turning Hawaii into one big sanctuary state. They can’t have it both ways.


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