AR 190-5 governs traffic on Army Hawaii installations

| February 26, 2016 | 0 Comments
Col Miller

Miller

Col. Duane R. Miller
Director, Emergency Services
U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii, and
Commander, 8th Military Police Brigade,
8th Theater Sustainment Command

 

Nearly a year ago, the Directorate of Emergency Services began enforcing U.S. Army-Hawaii Regulation 190-5, the Army-Hawaii Traffic Code.

This marked the first codified regulation governing traffic on all Army installations in Hawaii. It consolidated and updated a number of pre-existing policy letters covering traffic-oriented violations on our installations.

This document is the culmination of efforts to ensure that we have a regulation to ensure the safety and good order and discipline on our unique installations.

Over the past year, numerous new personnel have moved to the island, or began work as civilians or contractors. In order to ensure the community is informed, DES wishes to re-emphasis the stipulations covered in this code.

The traffic code applies to all personnel who work on, reside on or visit any Army installation, facility or work site in the state of Hawaii. A majority of the information in this regulation will be transparent to most of us; however, you’re still required to obey the speed limit and other posted signs, park in designated parking stalls and wear your seat belt, etc.

 

Fines and driving suspension

Offenses while driving, such as seat belt violations, illegal parking and cell phone usage/texting, now have a prescribed fine associated with the offense in addition to a potential prohibition to driving on the installation.

Any offenses of driving with no valid insurance, registration or license will result in a mandatory, 90-day, on-post driving suspension.

Operating a motor vehicle while using a cell phone without a hands-free device, failure to use seat belts or child restraint, or failure to wear the required personal protective equipment while operating a motorcycle will result in a 30-day (1st offense), six-month (2nd offense) or one-year (3rd offense) suspension of on-post driving privileges.

Law enforcement understands that parking or navigating on the installations can be challenging. DES puts forth a great amount of effort to ensure the safety, security and well-being of all personnel on Army installations. It will continue to work diligently to prioritize these efforts based on what the greatest known or perceived threat is to public safety.

Just as you would off-post, we ask that you continue to work within the confines of the traffic rules. Buckle up, put down the phone and prioritize safety over convenience. All of us depend on your efforts to do so.

New Traffic Code

To review the new traffic code in its entirety, go to the “Garrison Policies” tab on the USAG-HI website at www.garrison.hawaii.army.mil.

For more information on the Directorate of Emergency Services, visit www.garrison.hawaii.army.mil/des/default.htm

 

Police Call Roll-up

(For the period Feb. 1-15.)

 

Aliamanu Military Reservation

2- Criminal property damage in the fourth degree

1- Traffic accident resulting in damage to private property

3- Larceny of private property

4- Unauthorized entry into motor vehicle in the first degree

1- Wrongful damage to government property (negligence/willful)

1- Domestic disturbance without assault

 

Fort DeRussy/Hale Koa

1- Operating a vehicle under the influence of an intoxicant

1- Storage of open container containing intoxicating liquor

 

Fort Shafter

1-Failure to obey order or regulation (on post driving privileges suspended)

1- Wrongful damaging to private property

2- Duty upon striking

 

Hawaii Armed Services Police (HASP)

1- Operating a vehicle under the influence of an intoxicant

 

Red Hill Housing

2- Wrongful damage of private property

2- Unauthorized entry into motor vehicle in the first degree

 

Schofield Barracks

8- Domestic disturbance without assault

1- Wrongful damage to government property

5- Wrongful damage to private property

8- Assault

5- Duty upon striking

3- Failure to yield right of way at intersection

1- Operating a motorcycle with not owning an MSF card

1- Fleeing the scene of an accident

3- Unattended child

2- No driver’s license

1- Housebreaking

1- Larceny of private vehicle (motorcycle)

1- Family abuse (domestic)

1- Suicide ideations

3- Found contraband

1- Accidental damage to government property (negligence/willful)

1- Failure to obey/on-post driving privileges

1- Driving on a suspended driver’s license

1- Criminal trespassing

1- Flight from apprehension

1- Suicide attempt

1- Theft in the second degree

1- Suicidal gesture

1- Larceny of private property

2- Damage to private property

1- Larceny of government property

 

Tripler Army Medical Center

1-Larceny of private funds

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