The District 2 Community Policing Team

(Mililani / Wahiawa / North Shore)

808-723-8710



The District 2 Community Policing Team (CPT) is a key resource for their community.

The CPT unit provides many different services including:

Keiki Identification Program/ Keiki Print Program

Kupuna Identification Program

Neighborhood Security Watch Program

Parent Security Watch Program

Project C.L.E.A.N.

Graffiti Paint Out

Police Facility Tours

Business Security Watch Program

Active Threat Presentation *Schools only

Marijuana Power Point Presentation

Stranger Danger Presentation

 

 

The Community Policing Team also participates in school events which include Career Days, Say Hi, Elementary School evacuation assistance, and Driver Education Traffic Safety

  

                      "CLICK IT or TICKET" - All persons in a vehicle must wear a seatbelt. 

 

For further information regarding programs, and/or to contact the District 2 Community Policing Team, please call: (808) 723-8710.

 

        Traffic Awareness --

Remember everyone needs to "buckle up" if riding in a vehicle!

 

 Holiday SEASON upon us...

Here are a few safety tips to remember.....

  • Holiday Lighting Equipment - make sure the rubber insulation is still good and no bare wires are showing
  • Smoke Alarms -  change out the batteries in your household smoke alarms
  • Fire Extinguishers - make sure the household fire extinguisher is not expired and everyone knows where it is located
  • Evacuation/ Escape Plan - create, practice and display your household fire or emergency evacuation plan. Make sure everyone knows where the "outside" gathering point is located.

"Say Hi" & Keiki IDs - Mililani Baptist Preschool

"Say Hi" & Keiki IDs - Mililani Baptist Preschool

CTAP - Wahiawa

CTAP - Wahiawa

CTAP - Wahiawa

CTAP - Wahiawa

CTAP - Wahiawa

CTAP - Wahiawa

CTAP - Wahiawa

CTAP - Wahiawa

Stranger Danger - Mililani Ike Elem School

Stranger Danger - Mililani Ike Elem School

Leilehua High School - Career Day

Leilehua High School - Career Day

Mililani Health & Welfare Fair

Mililani Health & Welfare Fair

Mililani Health & Welfare Fair

Mililani Health & Welfare Fair

Mililani Health & Welfare Fair

Mililani Health & Welfare Fair

Mililani Health & Welfare Fair

Mililani Health & Welfare Fair

Mililani Health & Welfare Fair

Mililani Health & Welfare Fair

"Say Hi" - Mililani Waena Elementary

"Say Hi" - Mililani Waena Elementary

2014 Project CLEAN

2014 Project CLEAN

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SSD Officers had tiny helpers to set up a demonstration of what their dogs can do.

"Obedience" was the word of the day, while SSD K-9 Unit Officers demonstrated what their 4 legged partners could do.

Making sure pedestrians were safe while crossing the very busy California Avenue in the crosswalk.

Members from the Wahiawa and Mililani Lions Club were up and waving early in the morning while motorists were traveling on California Avenue.

The CTAP sign wavers were visible from anywhere near the street, even in the middle of the street.

Our vigilant community partners, Central Pacific Bank, Wahiawa Lions Club & Mililani Lions Club were out waving on the Aloha Spirit to motorists.

Officer John Mau and Officer Tony Ozoa charged up two groups of elementary students early in the morning to talk about Stranger Danger. The young audience was very attentive and alert for such an early start.

A possible future HPD Officer? A young female student at Leilehua High School was very interested in a career in law enforcement and was very curious about police tools and equipment. Officer Anthony Ozoa assisted the student with trying on police riot equipment.

Mililani High School held a Health and Welfare Fair inviting representatives from local health organizations and businesses to attend. Presenters varied from personal trainers to Walgreens to Subway Corporation.

During the Fair, Officers Arlene Ah You, Jason Boquer-Wintjen and Anthony Ozoa took advantage of the presence of young participants to make keiki identification cards.

Officers John Mau, Arlene Ah You and Jason Boquer-Wintjen not only made keiki identification cards for Mililani students but assisted two parents with their toddlers too.

Honolulu Fire Department displayed an extinguisher trainer which they take with them to teach the public about the proper use of fire extinguishers. These local nurses enjoyed the training while learning to fight fires.

Officer Arlene Ah You sat patiently while waiting to receive a flu shot at the Health & Welfare Fair.

With Corporal Rustico Radona Jr. handling the microphone, smiles and laughter rang out from the students and faculty in the cafeteria.

With sharp dressed SSD officers on stage, a Mililani Waena teacher wanted to be like them! The students were loud with laughter and cheer for their teacher.

The District 2 Project CLEAN focus was the Wahiawa community. The great out pouring of volunteers along with partnerships with community groups and businesses made the event an unstoppable success. Mahalo to the People Who Live, Work and Play in Wahiawa!




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Date

Time

Title

11/03/2014

0830

D2: "Say Hi" Helemano Elementary

11/05/2014

1300

D2: Crime Stoppers Presentation

11/06/2014

1000

D2: "Say-Hi" St. Joseph School Waipahu

11/06/2014

1800

D2: Marijuana Presentation

11/07/2014

0830

D2: "Say-Hi" Mililani Waena Eleementary

11/08/2014

0900

D2: Health & Wellness Fair

11/18/2014

0700

D2: CTAP - Wahiawa

11/19/2014

1300

D2: Crime Stoppers - Mililani Mauka Middle School

11/21/2014

0830

D2: Keiki ID/ "Say Hi"

11/26/2014

0830

D2: Mililani Ike Evacuation Drill

11/27/2014

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D2: Happy Thanksgiving from District 2!!!


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