New police chief selected
LIHUE The Kauai Police Department is getting a new chief.
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The department finally got smart and brought in a chief from the outside. No more “local” crapola in the KPD. It’s by the book now, dudes.
With an AF Security Police background, like General Hertog, and his experience with LVPD, he should be the right person for the job. He needs to bring a large broom and dust pan to clean out KPD mess.
Kpd Corription might see it’s end with Chief Raybuck.
Kauai welcomes a change in the status quo. The community has to embrace and support Chief Raybuck because once he start ruffling feathers, the old guard dogs of crime and corruption in kpd and DLNR will be determined to replace Chief Raybuck with a good ol boy.
This position has been a debacle for decades and Perry was one of the worst police chiefs in the history of Kauai and the state of Hawaii.
I hope and pray that Chief Raybuck will clean house and restore the public trust with the Dept that has been lost for decades.
Kauai desperately needs a good person in this public safety position after suffering years of corruption.
Good luck Chief Raybuck and God bless. Please make a change and difference that the people and island of Kauai sorely needs.
The Acting Chief must be so salty! I have only one thing to say bwahahhahahahahah Karma
Good luck with this clown. We were glad to get him out of vegas. It wont take long to see what he’s about…and that’s Todd and if you kiss his ring. I give him a year max and you all will be sick of him and his shenanigans. You should have picked another candidate, obviously you didn’t interview any real cops from Vegas
Hope you are reading the latest on this new chief on Kauai. What a dirt bag. Wish we had listened better when selecting him in 2019.
I’ve know Todd for 20 years. I met him while I was writing a club drugs, federally funded grant with a nonprofit I was working for. We needed a LVMPD support letter. He was the guy who picked up the phone when I called narcotics. I told him my concept and he said let’s get together and talk. Within days we were sitting down and he got us a letter of support from the Sheriff.
He’s a man of character, ethics, open-minded, smart, inventive, well-versed, listens to community partners and empowers his teams.
For years, I’ve seen him continually challenge himself professionally, educationally and personally. KPD is lucky! I will miss him, my friend.