The District 4 Community Policing Team

(Kaneohe / Kailua / Kahuku)

808-723-8874



The District 4 Community Policing Team covers the area between Waimanalo to Kahuku. They have built strong relationships and partnerships within these communities.  Some of the community events the team provides are:

 

  • Keiki ID/Kupuna ID
  • Say HI
  • CTAP sign waving
  • Personal Safety/Stranger Danger/Cyberbullying/Senior/Children/Home Presentations
  • Bicycle/Pedestrian Traffic/Active Shooter Presentations
  • Career Day/School/Community Fun Fairs
  • National Night Out
  • District 4 Station Tours

 

If you would like to have the District 4 Community Policing Team be a part of your local community event and request our attendace, please feel free to submit a request via our departmental Community Affairs Division website link provided below.  Mahalo,

 

http://honolulupd.org/community/index.php?page=request

 

As we approach this Holiday Season we would like to share a few Safety Tips as we all enjoy the Holidays with our Friends and Family, but most importantly stay safe during this Holiday Season.

 

At Home:

  • When leaving your home for an extended time, you should have a family member or neighbor check on your house, and pick up your newspaper and mail.
  • Holiday gifts should not be placed near windows or doors in your home.  Burglars might see it as an oppertunity to break in.
  • Beware that criminals sometime pose as couriers delivering gifts.
  • Beware that criminals sometime go door to door soliciting donations for charities.
  • Always turn off Christmas lights when leaving the house or when going to bed.
  • Always keep doors locked at all times.
  • Indoor and outdoor lights should be on an automatic timer.

 

Shopping:

  • Shop during the daytime when possible, if shopping at night go with a family member or friend.
  • Avoid carrying large amounts of cash.
  • If your credit card is lost or stolen, notify your credit card issuer immediately.
  • Beware of strangers approaching you for any reason. (Criminals may try different methods to distract you with the intention of taking your money or belongings)
  • Park in well lit areas.
  • Place personal bags or purses into your vehicle prior to placing purchased items or groceries away, to prevent any personal identification from being stolen. 

 

For further information regarding any of the programs, please call 808-723-8874 to speak to one of our District 4 Community Policing Team members. 


Say HI Presentation for Ka'elepulu Kindergarten

Say HI Presentation for Ka'elepulu Kindergarten

Saint Ann's Parent Workshop

Saint Ann's Parent Workshop

King Intermediate CTAP sign waving

King Intermediate CTAP sign waving

Kailua Elementary HCAP Say HI/Keiki ID

Kailua Elementary HCAP Say HI/Keiki ID

King Intermediate CTAP sign waving

King Intermediate CTAP sign waving

Kuulei McDonald's Coffee with a Cop

Kuulei McDonald's Coffee with a Cop

Kuulei McDonald's Coffee with a Cop

Kuulei McDonald's Coffee with a Cop

Enforcement with Federal Conservation Officers

Enforcement with Federal Conservation Officers

Windward Oahu Sunrise Rotary Club Presentation

Windward Oahu Sunrise Rotary Club Presentation

Kailua Beach Enforcement/ATV Patrol

Kailua Beach Enforcement/ATV Patrol

Kailua Independence Day Parade 2016

Kailua Independence Day Parade 2016

Kaneohe Bay McDonald's Coffee with a Cop

Kaneohe Bay McDonald's Coffee with a Cop

Waimanalo Regatta

Waimanalo Regatta

Kaneohe MCBH Safety Presentation

Kaneohe MCBH Safety Presentation

Keiki ID at Windward Community College

Keiki ID at Windward Community College

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On October 18th, District 4 Community Policing Team were requested to host a Say HI event for the Kindergarten class of Ka'elepulu Elementary. The keiki enjoyed a traffic safety demonstration along with a static display of the Honolulu Police Department's patrol vehicle and ATV.

District 4 CPT Officers were requested to give a child safety presentation at Saint Ann's in Kaneohe. During their parent workshop event, approximately 30 parents attended this workshop and topics of drugs, current teen crime trends, signs and symptoms, bullying, cyber bullying, and alcohol abuse were discussed.

On 09-28-16, students and staff of King Intermediate School along with the District 4 Community Policing Team Officers held signs fronting the school to draw the community's attention to traffic safety issues. Community members showed their appreciation of this event.

During this Say HI event, District 4 Community Policing Team Officers also gave a presentation on traffic safety as well as Stranger Danger. 13 Keiki Safety ID cards were provided and the keiki and staff enjoyed learning about the job and tools of Honolulu Police Officers. They also enjoyed a static display of the HPD blue and white patrol car along with the ATV.

Here we have pictured our District 4 Community Policing Team with staff and students from King Intermediate on 09-28-16 for a community traffic awareness program event.

On 09-21-16, community members learned of this Coffee with a Cop via Neighborhood Security Watch contacts, Nextdoor.com, and word of mouth which was held at Kuulei McDonald's. Interest was also extended to traffic and pedestrian laws as well as crime statistics. This event was well expected and participants voiced their appreciation for making police officers accessible.

District 4 Community Policing Team held their 2nd Coffee With a Cop event at Kuulei McDonald's on 09-21-16. They would like to thank District 4 officers as well as those from specialized units such as Solo Bike who also came down to speak and share with the public. It was a great opportunity for the community to come and meet with law enforcement to talk story. Here we have pictured Officer Minton and 'Liam.' The team would like to say a special thank you to those that attended and look forward to future events.

District 4 Community Policing Team Officers pictured with Federal and Military law enforcement in a joint operations.

District 4 Community Policing Team were invited on 08-02-16 to attend the Rotary Club weekly meeting for the Windward Oahu Sunrise Chapter in Kailua. A presentation was provided to review recent monthly statistics, current community policing matters, and possible new business security watch groups.

The District 4 Community Policing Team is responsible for patrolling and enforcing the laws and rules in their
district's regional, community, and beach parks extending from Makapu'u to Wailele Beach Park.

District 4 CPT, District 4 2nd watch, and special duty officers assisted with the annual 4th of July Kailua Parade. Units were assigned to traffic posts to ensure public safety for drivers, participants, and bystanders to enjoy the parade procession. Officers were also placed on bicycles to assist in the monitoring of the area for crowd control and assist the street captains with the flow of traffic and floats, along with the reopening of the public streets.

On 06-29-16, District 4 Community Policing Team held their first Coffee with a Cop event at the Kaneohe Bay McDonald's. A big thank you to Districts 2, 7, and Traffic Division who also came to assist. Officers acted as greeters, servers, and cashiers for patrons. Community members asked questions about various laws and communicated their appreciation for the work that police officers do. Interests included starting Neighborhood Security Watches in Maunawili and on Kane'ohe Bay Drive. District 4 will be holding future CWAC events which will be posted on HPD's public events community calendar.

District 4 Community Policing Team Officers assisted with this year's Waimanalo Regatta providing traffic control and ensuring public safety with their presence. The event was successful with numerous local business and organizations who participated. This annual event helps perpetuate the Hawaii state sport of Hawaiian canoe racing.

On 05-23-16, District 4 Community Policing Team held a safety presentation at Kaneohe MCBH speaking to an audience of about 500 Marines. Topics included vehicular, pedestrian, and firearm safety, as well as details of having a career in the Honolulu Police Department.

District 4 Community Policing Team Officers held a Keiki ID and safety awareness presentation for children and adults at Windward Community College for the Road Trip USA program sponsored by PACT. Fourty safety ID's were issued.




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Date

Time

Title

12/03/2016

0900

D4: Kaneohe Christmas Parade

12/03/2016

1800

D4: Honolulu City Lights Parade

12/03/2016

1600

D4: Melekula NSW Walk

12/07/2016

1800

D4: Pearl Harbor Memorial Anniversay Parade

12/10/2016

0900

D4: Waimanalo Christmas Parade

12/11/2016

1430

D4: Olomana Christmas Parade

12/25/2016

0000

D4: Christmas Day

12/26/2016

0000

D4: Christmas Day (Observed)


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