Organization Chief Of PoliceChief Susan Ballard is the Honolulu Police Department’s 11th chief and Hawaii’s first female chief of police. AccreditationThe Honolulu Police Department is nationally accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. (CALEA). Police CommissionThe Honolulu Police Commission is made up of seven individuals appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by the City Council. HPD JobsNow hiring police recruits and communications officers. Apply online today. Patrol Districts District 1DowntownChinatown, Nuuanu, Makiki, Ala Moana, Kakaako. District 2WahiawaMililani, Schofield/Wheeler, Waialua, Waimea. District 3Pearl CityAloha Stadium, Aiea, Pearl Harbor, Pearl City, Waipahu. District 4Kaneohe/Kailua/KahukuWaimanalo, Kaneohe MCBH, Waiahole/Waikane, Kahaluu, Hauulu. District 5KalihiIwilei, Kalihi, Nuuanu, Kapalama, Fort Shafter, Moanalua, Salt Lake, DKI Airport, Hickam. District 6WaikikiIncludes Kapiolani Park. District 7East HonoluluMoiliili, UH Manoa, Kaimuki, Kahala, Hawaii Kai. District 8KapoleiEwa, Makakilo, Nanakuli, Waianae, Makaha. Divisions CommunicationsThe Communications Division is the largest Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) in the state and receives all 911 calls on Oahu. Community AffairsThe Community Affairs Division is responsible for operating, coordinating, and maintaining the department’s community relations, special awards, and projects. Criminal InvestigationThe Criminal Investigation Division investigates cases involving murder, robbery, sexual assault, domestic violence, child abuse, financial fraud and forgery, auto theft, and white collar crimes. Major EventsThe Major Events Division is responsible for assisting with the management of major events that exceed the capabilities and resources of a patrol division. Professional StandardsThe Professional Standards Office is charged with ensuring the integrity of the department by conducting fair and impartial investigations into allegations of police misconduct. Scientific InvestigationsThe Scientific Investigation Section is the only full-service forensic laboratory in Hawaii and is accredited in the areas of Biology, Controlled Substances, Firearms/Toolmarks, Trace Evidence, and Forensic Documents through the ANSI-ASQ National Accreditation Board/FQS. Specialized ServicesThe Specialized Services Division provides special weapons and tactical support to the department in high-risk situations. RecordsThe Records and Identification Division maintains records of all reported incidents requiring police services. The division is also responsible for serving warrants, administering the registration of alarms and firearms, handling evidence, and fingerprinting. TrafficThe Traffic Division investigates certain motor vehicle collisions, promotes the safe and efficient movement of traffic on public roadways through educational and community programs, and gives presentations on traffic safety and enforcement laws to the community Central ReceivingThe Central Receiving Division is responsible for processing and detaining arrestees safely and securely.