SECURITY COMMITTEE

The RMH Security Committee Meetings are open to ALL Law Enforcement Agencies and RMH members who are Retailers and Retail Loss Prevention Team Members. The Committee has monthly speakers on security related topics, provides networking opportunities with Federal, State and County law enforcement agency partners and apprises the retail loss prevention professionals about security concerns and shares knowledge, best practices and expertise.  

This is a great opportunity to network with Law Enforcement Partners, including HPD representation from all 8 Districts who provides updates on what is trending, insights on what is upcoming and to be aware of. 

Meetings are held on the 1st Wednesdays of the month at 10:30 am via ZOOM.

 

Speakers and Presenters for 2024 Include:

MEETING DATE
SPEAKER
January 3, 2024
Honolulu Police Department D7 Sergeant Carl Jurison,
Corporal John Mau, Officer Daniel Farley, Officer Ed Ho
on Assisted Community Treatment (ACT) Update
February 7, 2024
 Rico Witt Drug Intelligence Officer and 
Aashish Hemrajani Public Health Analyst for HI-HIDTA

will address illegal synthetic narcotics that stores may not know they should not be selling,
updates or new trends on Fentanyl and what should retailer and
restaurants & bars need to know and other trends and updates that retailer should know.
March 6, 2024
Amanda Leonard Coordinator for the State Department 
of the Attorney General’s Missing Child Center
will give an update on the department and what its focus is;
what businesses should look for when identifying a traffic or runaway youth;
who do businesses contact – HPD? CPS? Other,
what are some of the trends they are seeing and more
April 3, 2024
Honolulu Police Department 
May 1, 2024
 
June 5, 2024
 
July 3, 2024
Honolulu Police Department 
August 7, 2024
 
September 4, 2024
 Steve Alm, City & County Honolulu Prosecutor address
 what is new and trending with crimes being prosecuted, 
what are some the crime/prosecution statistics, other trends and updates retailers should know and more. 
October 2, 2024
Honolulu Police Department 
November 1, 2024
 
 
 

  NOTE:  The Member is the company and NOT the individual representative.