Police Activities League

PAL

(808)847-0177



POLICE ACTIVITIES LEAGUE

 

The Honolulu Police Deparment is proud to be part of the Police Activities League for over 62 years.  Originally named the Police Athletics League, The PAL programs have expanded to include non-athletic venues such as cooking classes, literacy development and cultural activities.  These programs have enriched the lives of thousands of young people over the years.  Many former players are now prominent citizens in our community.

 CURRENT ACTIVITIES

We have begun the 2016 Coed Volleyball season in the Regional or country PAL areas and will be kicking off this season for the Central or town PAL areas on April 30th.

 The 4th Annual PAL Youth Boxing Tournament was held on June 18th at the Honolulu Police Department's Ke Kula Maka'i training academy.  Youth PAL boxers from Oahu and the outter islands will be participating in this event.

 PAL AREAS:

Currently, PAL consists of 2 different units that share island wide responsibility.  The break down of these areas area as follows:

 CENTRAL (TOWN) PAL:

The officers assigned to this area service the following areas: Moanalua, Salt Lake, Kalihi (To include Kalihi Valley, Kauluwela, Palama, etc), Honolulu, Waikiki, Kapahulu, Kaimuki, Makiki, McCully, Punchbowl, Moiliili, Liliha, St. Louis Heights, Palolo, Waialae, Kuliouou, Kahala, Hawaii Kai.

REGIONAL (COUNTRY) PAL:

The officers in the area service the following areas: Nanakuli to Makaha, Honokai hale, Kapolei, Makakilo, Ewa Beach (to include Ewa), Waipahu, Waikele, Kunia, Pearl City, Aiea, Halawa, Newtown, Mililani, Wahiawa, Wailua, Whitmore Village, Waimanalo, Kailua, Kaneohe to Sunset Beach.

 

CENTRAL (TOWN) PAL ACTIVITIES

Coed Basketball (January - March)

Coed Volleyball (April - June)

Coed Baseball (May - July)

Girls Basketball (August - October)

Flag Football (September - November)

 

REGIONAL (COUNTRY) PAL ACTIVITIES

Coed Basketball (January - March)

Paddling (January - March)

Coed Volleyball (April - June)

Cooking (June - July)

Flag Football (September - November)

Coed Baseball (Currently North Shore area only; April - May) 

Wrestling (Spring and Fall)

Judo/Karate (Year Round)

Boxing (Year Round)

 

OFFICERS CONTACT INFORMATION:

CENTRAL OFFICERS:

Officer Jason Kenjo: jkenjo@honolulu.gov

(All sport, ages 5 - 7 years old)

Officer Ryan Pagan: rpagan1@honolulu.gov

(All sports, ages 11 - 12 years old)

Officer Yvonne Miyasato: ymiyasato@honolulu.gov

(All sports, ages 13 - 17 years old)

Officer Robert "Hank" Fetter: rfetter@honolulu.gov

(All sports, ages 9 - 10 years old)

 

REGIONAL OFFICERS:

Officer Jimmie "Kimo" Boyett: jboyett@honolulu.gov

(Nanakuli - Makaha; All sports and all age groups;

Boxing and Wrestling programs)

Officer Christopher Caravalho: ccaravalho@honolulu.gov

(Honokai Hale, Makakilo, Kapolei, Ewa, Ewa Beach, Waipahu, Waikele, Newtown, Pearl City, Area, Halawa; All Sports and all age groups; Boxing and Wrestling program)

Officer Frank Flores: fflores@honolulu.gov

(Mililani, Wahiawa, Whitmore Village, Waialua; All sports and all age groups)

Officer Bryon Del Prado: bdelprado@honolulu.gov

(Ka'a'awa, Hau'ula, Punalu'u, Laie, North Shore, Sunset Beach; All sports and all age groups; Judo program)

Officer Nalei Sooto; nsooto@honolulu.gov

(Waimanalo, Kailua and Kaneohe; All sports and all age groups)

 

SOON TO BE ADDED VENUES

Coed Flag Rugby

 

CONTACT INFORMATION

Generally, registration starts about 2-3 months prior to the beginning of the next sports season.  For information on any of our programs, to volunteer as a coach, or become an official, you may contact the PAL office through the Online Email Form or by calling (808) 723-8517 for Regional or Country PAL inquires or (808) 723-3504 for Central or Town PAL inquires. 

 

For information regarding the history of the P.A.L., click here.  Mahalo for your interest in the Honolulu Police Department's Police Activities League.


Flag Football

Flag Football

North Shore

North Shore

Waimanalo PAL Volleyball

Waimanalo PAL Volleyball

Jr Pinto PAL Baseball

Jr Pinto PAL Baseball

Honolulu Jr Pinto Baseball

Honolulu Jr Pinto Baseball

Pal Boxing

Pal Boxing

Pal Boxing

Pal Boxing

PAL Judo

PAL Judo

PAL Judo

PAL Judo

Windward PAL Judo

Windward PAL Judo

PAL Windward Judo

PAL Windward Judo

2016 Laie Baseball

2016 Laie Baseball

Basketball

Basketball

PAL Waianae Volleyball

PAL Waianae Volleyball

2016 Wrestling Season

2016 Wrestling Season

2016 Wrestling Season

2016 Wrestling Season

2016 Wrestling Season

2016 Wrestling Season

Laie Pal Baseball

Laie Pal Baseball

2016 PAL Wrestling

2016 PAL Wrestling

Leeward PAL Volleyball

Leeward PAL Volleyball

Laie Pal Baseball

Laie Pal Baseball

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This is a photo of Shane Jardine who has been with the PAL Ohana for 10 years. Shane is presently a referee with our Mililani flag football program.

Peter Tailele is from the North Shore area. He has been a coach for the Laie Basketball and Baseball programs for approximately 28 years.

This photo is of Sur Sylas Tavares (14yrs old) He enjoys playing volleyball because its fun and keeps him out of trouble. He really also enjoys playing with his teammates and he learns good sportsmanship and attitude from his coaches.

This photo is at the Kalihi Valley District Park located behind of the Kalihi Police Station. The age group shown here is 5to8 years. For more information call 723-3504 or 723-8517

For more information call 723-3504 or 723-8517. Registration usually starts in January.

Boxing is held at the Ke Kula Maka'i Honolulu Police Training Academy on Wednesday's and Friday's from 5:00p.m. to 7:00p.m. If your child is interested call the number on this site or email Officer Kimo Boyett at jboyett@honolulu.gov. Mahalo

(This photo shows Officer Kimo Boyett working with Riley Pascual).

Officer Kimo Boyett providing instruction to Dalen Corpus. Refer to this site for information on the upcoming PAL Boxing Showcase.

Judo is currently held at the Ke Kula Maka'i Honolulu Police Training Academy on Monday's, Wednesday's and Friday's from 530 p.m. to 730 p.m. Please contact the telephone number on this site or email Officer Bryon Del Prado at bdelprado@honolulu.gov for more information.

Judo is presently held year round. Students are between the ages of 7 to 17 years old.

The PAL Windward Judo is held on Tuesday and Friday at the Kailua High School gymnasium. Please call the phone number on this site for more information

This photo is from the North Shore PAL 2016 basketball season which starts in January. For sign up information refer to this site. Mahalo

Please check this site for next seasons registration.

Please check the site for registration details.

Laie Baseball season starts in March to May. Currently in the North Shore area we only have the Junior Pinto division ages 5 to 6 years. We are working and hoping on increasing the turn out for other age groups. If anyone has any questions please give us a call. Mahalo

Pal wrestling is currently held in the spring and fall at six weeks per season. Pal wrestling has approximately 300 participants boys and girls ranging from ages 8 to 17 years. For more information call the contact number on this site. Mahalo

The PAL volleyball season starts in March to May. The ages are from 7 to 17 years. The photo shown is from the Waianae district. For registration information call the contact number on this site.




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05/14/2016

0900

PAL: PAL Coed Baseball


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