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!

 


Police Week - Award Ceremony

Police Week - Award Ceremony

Police Week - Award Ceremony

Police Week - Award Ceremony

Earth Day - Hale Kula Elementary

Earth Day - Hale Kula Elementary

Earth Day - Hale Kula Elementary

Earth Day - Hale Kula Elementary

Earth Day - Hale Kula Elementary

Earth Day - Hale Kula Elementary

Citizens On Patrol - Whitmore Circle NSW

Citizens On Patrol - Whitmore Circle NSW

HPD Guest Reader - Schofield Barracks

HPD Guest Reader - Schofield Barracks

Pine Valley NSW Revitalization Meeting

Pine Valley NSW Revitalization Meeting

Whitmore Community -

Whitmore Community -

Teen Safety - LDS Church Wahiawa

Teen Safety - LDS Church Wahiawa

Teen Safety - LDS Church Wahiawa

Teen Safety - LDS Church Wahiawa

Mililani District Park - Seniors

Mililani District Park - Seniors

Mililani Middle School - Career Day

Mililani Middle School - Career Day

Mililani Middle School - Career Day

Mililani Middle School - Career Day

Mililani Middle School - Career Day

Mililani Middle School - Career Day

Wahiawa Rainbow Seniors

Wahiawa Rainbow Seniors

Wahiawa Rainbow Seniors

Wahiawa Rainbow Seniors

Wahiawa Seniors for Lanikila Meals on Wheels

Wahiawa Seniors for Lanikila Meals on Wheels

Wahiawa Seniors for Lanikila Meals on Wheels

Wahiawa Seniors for Lanikila Meals on Wheels

Wahiawa Seniors for Lanikila Meals on Wheels

Wahiawa Seniors for Lanikila Meals on Wheels

Wayland Baptist - Easter Family Fun Fair

Wayland Baptist - Easter Family Fun Fair

Wayland Baptist - Easter Family Fun Fair

Wayland Baptist -  Easter Family Fun Fair

Wayland Baptist - Easter Family Fun Fair

Wayland Baptist - Easter Family Fun Fair

Wayland Baptist - Easter Family Fun Fair

Wayland Baptist - Easter Family Fun Fair

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During the Police Week Ceremony, Officer John Mau took a photo of Sergeant Ronald Pinho-Goldman and Officer Tony Ozoa (D2 CPT) who were nominees for HPD Parent Of The Year.

As a nominee for HPD Parent Of The Year, Officer Anthony Ozoa received a certificate from Chief Louis Kealoha during the Police Week Awards Ceremony.

The students from Hale Kula Elementary School embraced the idea of Earth Day through a litter pick up within Alii Beach Park.

The students from Hale Kula Elementary School embraced the idea of Earth Day through a litter pick up within Alii Beach Park.

The students from Hale Kula Elementary School embraced the idea of Earth Day through a litter pick up within Alii Beach Park.

Over flowing with enthusiasm, the residents of Whitmore Circle Apartments have taken to the streets. Though their area of responsibility is small in size, their presence has spread throughout the entire Whitmore Community.

Officer Arlene Ah You volunteered to read to a room full of children from the Pinwheel Book.

Officer John Mau organized a revitalization meeting for the residents of Pine Valley in Mililani. An excellent showing of about 25 residents attended the meeting.

Officer Arlene Ah You and the rest of the District 2 CPT unit addressed vehicle complaints for the entire Whitmore neighborhood. Vehicles with years of vegetation growing through them were removed.

Angela from the State Attorney General's Office spoke with local teenagers about internet safety.

D.A.R.E. Officer Mark Suaglar spoke with young adults about the dangers of drugs.

Officer John Mau informed senior citizens through a power point presentation about pedestrian safety.

District 2 CPT spoke with 6th graders at Mililani Middle School about a law enforcement career.

6th graders at Mililani Middle School were given a treat while Officer Bill Sapolu spoke about what a "solo bike" officer does. "Starbucks...lunch...and back to Starbucks" were some of the jokes Officer Sapolu used to entertain the students.

The K-9 Unit from SSD entertained the entire "green track" 6th graders. There were lots of "ooohhhsss and aaaawwwweees" from the students as each working dog performed a different task.

Officer John Mau filled in for a cancelled presenter at the Wahiawa Rainbow Senior meeting. Officer Mau educated the audience about pedestrian safety.

Officer John Mau filled in for a cancelled presenter at the Wahiawa Rainbow Senior meeting. Officer Mau educated the audience of over 60 people in attendance about pedestrian safety.

Dana Teramoto, Dept. of Transportation, gave a pedestrian safety power point presentation to the members of the Wahiawa Seniors Club.

Dana Teramoto, Dept. of Transportation, gave a pedestrian safety power point presentation to the members of the Wahiawa Seniors Club.

Waiting to answer electronically, this member was able to interact with Dana Teramoto,during the pedestrian safety presentation.

The District 2 CPT unit had a tent set up to make keiki safety cards for participants at the Wayland Baptist Church Easter function.

The District 2 CPT unit had a tent set up to make keiki safety cards for participants at the Wayland Baptist Church Easter function.

One of the key participants during the fair was the Fire Engine Company from Mililani Mauka. Always a huge hit at any event, is the chance to go into a real fire truck. Mahalo to our brothers and sisters in blue.

With a very impressive display of robotics, the US Marines Explosive Ordinance Disposal Team entertained questions from many fairgoers.




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