The information of these two databases may not be accessible and visible to general public but they are very well accounted for. The data entry in both the databases is entered at different intervals keeping in view the time, date and specifications of cases filed. It also considers the area from where the case was registered, so as to close down any misconceptions and confusions in the system. There have been times when a document was not originally present in the criminal record database. It certainly does not imply that a case against the document was not registered, but it might have been a target of mishandling or any other factor. If the system was too perfect, there wouldn’t be any charm in fighting against crimes and feeling the thrill of defending one’s honou r.
The criminal records showcased in Hawaii may not be foolproof but they are preserved in the form of “as is” where the system does not promise any warranties. There are certification and copies of these records that are made available when needed and required. They can be obtained from any local court house for lawful and permissible purposes.
For this very reason, whenever a citizen has to file a complaint they need to have strong basis as well as completely aware of options that are put in front of them. No system is ideal and faultless; they are bound to have leaks and holes in the recordings and proceedings. If one is too bent on having justice they sometimes must shrug off these little hitches which delay the systems and make them real slow.