District 4 is the largest patrol area of the Honolulu Police Department, extending from Makapuu Point to Kawela Bay on the windward side of Oahu.
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.
Kaneohe Police Station
45-270 Waikalua Road
Kaneohe, HI 96744
219 Kuulei Road
Kailua, HI 96734
56-470 Kamehameha Highway
Kahuku, HI 96731
Community Policing Team
The District 4 Community Policing Team (CPT) covers the area between Waimanalo to Kahuku and aims to build strong relationships and partnerships within these communities. The CPT provides many services including:
- Keiki and Kupuna Identification Programs
- “Say Hi” Program
- Community Traffic Awareness Program (CTAP) Sign waving
- Personal Safety/Stranger Danger/Cyber Bullying/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’d like to have the District 4 CPT participate in your local community event, please submit a request via the link below. Mahalo!
Safety Tips to Remember
SHOPPING DURING THE HOLIDAY SEASON
- 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 any 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.
- When leaving your home for an extended time, 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 opportunity to break in.
- Beware that criminals can pose as couriers delivering gifts.
- Beware that criminals go door-to-door soliciting donations for charities.
- Always turn off Christmas lights when leaving the house or going to bed.
- Keep doors locked at all times.
- Indoor and outdoor lights should be on an automatic timer.
- Always cross within marked crosswalks or at street corners.
- Look left, right, and left again for vehicle traffic before stepping onto the roadway. Continue to look for oncoming vehicles while crossing.
- Yield to approaching vehicles while crossing, even if you have the right of way.
- Make eye contact with drivers to ensure that they see you.
- Be especially careful of vehicles that are turning at intersections. Drivers may be looking out for other vehicles instead of pedestrians.
- If buses or other large vehicles are blocking your view, wait for them to pass before crossing.
- Walk on the sidewalk. If there is no sidewalk, walk on the left side of the roadway so you can see oncoming traffic.
For more safety information and tips, click on the links below:
- Residential Safety Tips
- Business Security Tips
- Citizens Police Academy
- Neighborhood Security Watch Program
- Pedestrian Safety
For more information on these programs, call (808) 723-8874 to speak to a District 4 CPT officer.
Due to the COVID-19 restrictions, all events have been cancelled until further notice.