Honolulu travel restrictions are still in effect for people who plan to travel in Hawaii, according to the Honolulu Police Department.
Police posted the restriction for the first time Thursday morning.
Police said it is “necessary to protect public safety” as Honolulu’s population has grown over the past decade and a half.
The department said there are restrictions in place for: Hawaii residents and tourists who have been convicted of serious felonies, serious misdemeanors, or violent crimes involving a weapon or explosive device.
Those convicted of crimes involving firearms or explosives.
Residents of Honolulu who have had a firearm conviction for at least three years and have a history of domestic violence or stalking.
Hawaiian residents who have at least five prior convictions of domestic or intimate violence.
Anyone who has been convicted in Hawaiʻi of stalking.
Anyone convicted of domestic battery.
Hauʻuli residents who are at least 25 years old, have a felony conviction of stalking, or are a convicted felon.
All people convicted of stalking in Hawai’i.