The District 6 (Waikiki)

Community Policing Team

808-723-3349



Don’t be a victim to vehicle break-ins!

(Unauthorized Entry to Motor Vehicle)

 

Most vehicle break-ins (Unauthorized Entry to Motor Vehicle or UEMV) involve smashed windows or other forcible means to gain entry to locked vehicles.

 

When you bring your vehicle into Waikiki, one crime you can really help us prevent is UEMVs. UEMV from vehicles occur at all hours, day and night. All UEMVs generally have one thing in common: something to steal…. Something valuable left in the vehicle. Many UEMVs are “crimes of opportunity” they could have been avoided had simple preventative steps been taken.

 

UEMV prevention, like all crime prevention, involves limiting the criminal’s ability and/or opportunity to commit the crime. With very little time and effort, you can make a huge difference in your vulnerability to UEMVs.

 

It generally takes a mere few seconds to secure your valuables, but it will take only a few seconds more for a thief to break in and steal valuables left in plain sight.

 

Tips on how to avoid UEMVs:

 

  •  Do not leave valuables in plain view:  (GPS devices, laptops, PDA’s, cell phones, MP3/4’s, wallets,   purses)
  •  Do not leave windows or sunroof open
  •  Do not leave doors unlocked
  •  Do not leave keys in the vehicle
  •  Do not leave the garage door opener in plain view
  •  Do not leave out items with personal information
  • Do not move valuable items to the trunk while in public view
  • Try to park in busy, well-lighted areas
  • Set any alarm or anti-theft device
  • Slow Down and use common sense before you leave your vehicle

 

What items are most common stolen from vehicles?

 

Backpacks, gym bags, briefcases, day-planners, cash/coins, checkbooks, credit/debit cards, wallets, purses, laptop computers, iPods’, MP3/4 players, headphones, docking stations, cell phones, cell phone chargers, portable GPS navigation systems, Stereo/CD Players (faceplates), amps, speakers (even when bolted down!), jewelry, keys, mail (identity theft), tools, and anything of obvious value

 

Mark your valuables!

 

What to do if something is stolen out of your vehicle?

 

As Soon as you notice something’s stolen or that your car has been broken into, do not touch/adjust anything in, on or around the vehicle. As soon as possible, call the police to report the incident

 

If you see suspicious activity, report it to 911!

“Suspicious Activity” would include:

 

Persons walking up and down aisles of parking lots looking into vehicles or trying door handles, vehicles cruising parking lots at very slow speeds for extended periods while observing parked vehicles.

 

Persons making any kind of mark or placing anything ON parked vehicles.

 

Persons sitting in running parked vehicles, and vehicles dropping one person off while continuing to cruise the same area (We'd prefer to check on an innocent citizen going about their business than to not check and end up taking UEMV reports).

 

For more information on UEMVs or on marking your valuables, contact Sergeant Henry Lee @ (808) 723-3349 or at hlee@honolulu.gov


Waikiki Community Center Holiday Party

Waikiki Community Center Holiday Party

Waikiki Community Center Holiday Party

Waikiki Community Center Holiday Party

Waikiki Community Center Holiday Party

Waikiki Community Center Holiday Party

Make a Difference Day Beach Clean-up 2016

Make a Difference Day Beach Clean-up 2016

Make a Difference Day Beach Clean-up 2016

Make a Difference Day Beach Clean-up 2016

National "Coffee with a Cop" Day

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National "Coffee with a Cop' Day

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Waikiki Community Center and Duke's sponsored a Holiday Party for the students of Jefferson Elementary School. The Salvation Army Band performed while special guest sang carols. Santa Claus arrived and distributed gifts to all the children in attendance.

Waikiki Community Center and Duke's sponsored a Holiday Party for the students of Jefferson Elementary School. The Salvation Army Band performed while special guest sang carols. Santa Claus arrived and distributed gifts to all the children in attendance.

Waikiki Community Center and Duke's sponsored a Holiday Party for the students of Jefferson Elementary School. The Salvation Army Band performed while special guest sang carols. Santa Claus arrived and distributed gifts to all the children in attendance.

On Saturday, October 22, 2016 at 7 a.m. at the Duke Kahanamoku Statue in Kuhio Beach Park the Waikiki Improvement Association's, Waikiki Ohana Workforce and the Honolulu Police Department's, District 6 Commnuity Policing Team teamed up for "Make a Difference Day" Beach Clean Up. 267 local company employees and community members participated in the clean up which covered the beach area from the Hilton Hawaiian Village to Kaimana Beach.

On Saturday, October 22, 2016 at 7 a.m. at the Duke Kahanamoku Statue in Kuhio Beach Park the Waikiki Improvement Association's, Waikiki Ohana Workforce and the Honolulu Police Department's, District 6 Commnuity Policing Team teamed up for "Make a Difference Day" Beach Clean Up. 267 local company employees and community members participated in the clean up which covered the beach area from the Hilton Hawaiian Village to Kaimana Beach.

Building relationships. One cup at a time.
Coffee with a Cop brings police officers and the community members they serve together–over coffee–to discuss issues and learn more about each other.

Building relationships. One cup at a time.
Coffee with a Cop brings police officers and the community members they serve together–over coffee–to discuss issues and learn more about each other.




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Date

Time

Title

02/02/2017

1900

D6: CITIZEN PATROL WALK

02/02/2017

1900

D6: CITIZEN PATROL WALK

02/05/2017

0500

D6: JOHNNY FAERBER 10K RUN

02/09/2017

1900

D6: CITIZEN PATROL WALK

02/09/2017

1830

D6: Neighborhood Board (NB) No. 5 Meeting

02/10/2017

0900

D6: COFFEE WITH A COP (WAIKIKI)

02/14/2017

1900

D6: Neighborhood Board (NB) No. 9 Meeting

02/16/2017

1900

D6: CITIZEN PATROL WALK

02/18/2017

1600

D6: LOKAHI FESTIVAL

02/23/2017

1900

D6: CITIZEN PATROL WALK

02/25/2017

0900

D6: Jefferson Elementary GOING GREEN Recycling Event


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