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Hawaii LEOSA

State Controlling Agency

Title

State of Hawaii
Criminal Justice Division

Address

Department of the Attorney General
Criminal Justice Division
333 Queen Street, Suite 200
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813

Telephone

(808) 586‐1160

State Details

Who Can Qualify

Instructions can be found at:

http://ag.hawaii.gov/cjd/law-enforcement-index-page/

http://ag.hawaii.gov/cjd/files/2014/11/LEOSA-guideline-for-QLEO-926C.pdf

 

“The State of Hawaii awarded the firearm certification portion of the program to Star Protection Agency (SPA).  The cost of the firearm certification portion provided by SPA will be $104.71 (tax included).  You will not be able to enroll in the firearm certification portion of the program offered by SPA until you have received a letter from the Criminal Justice Division, Department of the Attorney General, indicating that you have met all LEOSA requirements and are cleared to take the firearm certification.”

Star Protection Agency (SPA)
3375 Koapaka Street, Suite b217
Honolulu, Hawaii 96819

808‐532‐3911

www.starprotectionagency.com

Contact

Karen Droscoski
(808) 586‐1160

State Law/Regulation/Directive

Hawaii Revised Statues §§134‐1 – 134‐35

https://www.lawserver.com/law/state/hawaii/hi-statutes/hawaii_statutes_134-1

 

 

Last Updated:  3/7/2017

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