Hawaii's homeless, rousted from parks, now living in remote areas | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Hawaii's homeless, rousted from parks, now living in remote areas

These areas are increasingly favored by homeless who want no part of the shelter system. That's because of an incorrect perception that these locations are outside the jurisdiction of Honolulu police enforcing the effort to keep reclaimed city beaches free of tent city populations.

While homeless-service workers say the number of tent dwellers has increased in these locations, precise figures have been elusive. A City & County of Honolulu Point-in-Time Count of Homeless conducted in May noted that volunteers along the Wai'anae Coast did not survey "homeless individuals residing in areas that they felt were unsafe to visit."

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Wasn't all that long ago that intruders around here stood a good chance of being eaten! :)

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