District 2 is located in Central Oahu and is bounded by Kipapa Gulch and Waiahole Stream on the south, the Waianae mountains on the west, the Koolau mountains on the east, and the shoreline from Kaena Point through Sunset Beach on the north.
The district includes the communities of Mililani, Kunia, Wahiawa, Whitmore, Waialua, Haleiwa, Waimea, and Sunset Beach. Within the district are several military installations: Wheeler Army Air Field, Kunia Communications Center, Schofield Barracks, U.S. Navy Communications Center, and U.S. Army at Helemano.
Wahiawa Police Station
330 North Cane Street
Wahiawa, HI 96786
Go to Crime Mapping to view criminal activity in your neighborhood. The map is updated regularly. The location symbol reflects where the report was made and not necessarily where the incident occurred.
Community Policing Team
The District 2 Community Policing Team (CPT) is a key resource in the community. The CPT provides many services including:
- Keiki Identification Program/Keiki Print Program
- Kupuna Identification Program
- Neighborhood Security Watch Program
- Parent Security Watch Program
- Community Beautification Projects
- Graffiti Paint Out
- Police Facility Tours
- Business Security Watch Program
- Active Threat Presentation (schools only)
- Pedestrian Safety Presentation
- Stranger Danger Presentation
- Junior Campus Police Officer Mentoring: Training Campus Police officers to be roll models at their school (excludes schools with the Junior Police Officer program).
- Smart911 Presentation – Creating your own safety profile to give 9-1-1 valuable information about you, family members, your home, pets, and vehicles that will automatically appear on the 9-1-1 call taker’s display screen. This program SAVES valuable time during an emergency.
Holiday Safety Tips 2021
Everyone loves the holiday season, including the criminals. During this season, we are filled with joy and we sometimes let our guards down. Here are some safety tips to keep you safe during the holiday season:* Shop during daylight hours whenever possible. If you must shop at night, go with a friend or family member.
Do not leave purchased items visible in your vehicle. Place them in the trunk or cover them with a blanket or other object.
Try not to use or look at your phone when walking through a parking lot.
Stay alert to your surroundings.
Avoid wearing expensive jewelry.
Avoid carrying large amounts of cash.
When leaving home for an extended time, have a neighbor or family member watch your house and pick up your newspapers and mail.
If you are attending a party, have something to eat before consuming alcoholic beverages. Remember only time will eliminate the alcohol from your body.
Don’t drink and drive!
Due to the COVID-19 restrictions, some events are cancelled until further notice.