The Traffic Court Bailiff office is located in Bldg. 1095 on 3rd St. in the Vehicle Registration office. Traffic court dates vary, if your ticket constitutes a traffic court appearance, you must contact the traffic bailiff to set up a court date.
For all questions concerning processing of citations aboard MCBH, contact the traffic court bailiff. All citations received on MCBH are based on a point system and each citation is worth a different assessment of points. Points remain active on your base driving profile for one year from the day the citation was received.
If you accumulate three illegal parking citations within a six month period, your driving privileges aboard MCBH may be suspended for 30 days.
Moving Violation Citations
If you accumulate 12 or more points within a calendar year, your driving privileges aboard MCBH may be suspended for a maximum of 1 year.
Notification of Traffic Court
Notification of traffic court is done via phone call by the traffic bailiff. Additional notification is sent to each command via PMO weekly traffic court and the traffic court docket that is sent the Friday prior to traffic court. Any updates to this base distribution list must be done through the traffic bailiff.
In the event you need to reschedule traffic court due to executing military orders, you must contact the traffic bailiff and submit a copy of your orders for the rescheduling process to begin. It is imperative that you contact the traffic bailiff BEFORE you leave. Failure to do so will result in the suspension of your base driving privileges.
Hawaii Armed Services Police (HASP)
All incidents involving the Honolulu Police Department (HPD) will be turned over to HASP, and then to your command.
Hours of operation:
Closed on all Federal holidays