The District 6 (Waikiki)

Community Policing Team

808-723-3349



Cell Phone Scam Safety Tips

 

Cell phone users across the country are receiving suspicious text messages that claim to be from Wal-Mart. The texts tell consumers they won a free gift card and all they have to do is click a link and enter some information.  Unfortunately, there is no gift card. It's a scam to steal your credit card number and other personal info.

Among the scams to watch out for:

  1. Persons posing as the Veterans Administration and contacting veterans to say they need to update their credit card, bank or other financial records with the VA.
  2. Persons selling stolen vehicles at low prices by claiming to be soldiers who need to sell fast because they’ve been deployed.
  3. Better Business Bureau is cautioning businesses and consumers about a website and phone calls that are purporting to be from BBB about sweepstakes winnings. This is a scam – BBB is not conducting a sweepstake.

 

When in doubt hang up!

 

If you or someone that you know would like to join or participate in a Neighborhood Security, Business Security Watch or Citizen Patrol group, contact Sgt. Henry Lee at (808) 723-3349 or at hlee@honolulu.gov

 


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

Going Green Recycling Event

Going Green Recycling Event

Going Green Recycling Event

Going Green Recycling Event

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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.

A community recycling event at Jefferson Elementary School located at 324 Kapahulu Avenue. Accepted items: scrap metal, TVs, fire extinguishers, propane tanks, computers, cell phones, ink cartridges, batteries, HI-5 containers, used eyeglasses, pet food, towels and blankets, cooking oil, clothing and canned goods for the HI Food Bank.

A community recycling event at Jefferson Elementary School located at 324 Kapahulu Avenue. Accepted items: scrap metal, TVs, fire extinguishers, propane tanks, computers, cell phones, ink cartridges, batteries, HI-5 containers, used eyeglasses, pet food, towels and blankets, cooking oil, clothing and canned goods for the HI Food Bank.




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Date

Time

Title

12/03/2016

1800

D6: MAYOR'S ANNUAL TREE LIGHTING CEREMONY/PARADE

12/04/2016

1100

D6: STREET BIKERS UNITED-TOYS FOR TOTS CARAVAN

12/07/2016

1800

D6: PEARL HARBOR MEMORIAL ANNIVERSARY PARADE

12/11/2016

0500

D6: HONOLULU MARATHON

12/11/2016

1700

D6: Na Mele No Na Pua Sunday Showcase


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