District 5 encompasses 36 square miles of central Honolulu and has a resident population of approximately 147,400. The district’s boundaries span from Aliamanu to the Pali Highway (west to east) and from the rim of the Koolau Range to the central southeastern shoreline of Oahu (north to south).
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Kalihi Police Station
1865 Kamehameha IV Road
Honolulu, HI 96819
Phone: (808) 723-8207
Fax: (808) 847-7531
Community Policing Team
The District 5 Community Policing Team (CPT) implements a strategy of policing that focuses on building relationships and working closely with members of our community. Our team uses a philosophy that promotes organizational strategies that support the systematic use of partnerships and problem-solving techniques to proactively address the immediate conditions that give rise to public safety such as crime, social disorder, and fear of crime.
Our CPT provides a variety of law enforcement-related presentations and services to meet your specific needs including:
- Active Threat/Critical Incident Presentation
- Bullying/Cyber Bullying Presentation
- Business Security Watch (BSW)
- Citizens Patrol (CP)
- Community Policing Presentation
- E-Cigarette Presentation
- Heroes & Helpers
- Ho’opono Mamo (Juvenile Citation) Program
- HPD Career Day/Recruitment Presentation
- Identity Theft Presentation
- Juvenile Laws Presentation
- Keiki/Kupuna Identification Program
- Kupuna (Senior) Safety Presentation
- Mobile Patrol (MP)
- Neighborhood Security Watch (NSW)
- New Military Personnel Presentation
- Nextdoor Program
- Noise Nuisance Presentation
- Prom Safety Presentation
- Traffic Safety Presentation
- Truancy and Attendance Laws Presentation
- Realtor Safety Presentation
- Safety and Security Awareness Presentation
- “Say Hi” Program
- Smart911 Program
- Stranger Danger (Abduction) Presentation
We also provide tours of our Kalihi Police Station and the opportunity to ride along with one of our police officers as they patrol the district (by appointment only). Please call our office for more information on the rules and regulations.
Speakers and other services MUST be requested by completing our online form . We recommend that requests be submitted at least TWO (2) WEEKS prior to the date of the event.
For more information on our programs, presentations, and services, please call our office at (808) 723-8231. Special requests for other topics or services may be arranged. Each request will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
HOMELESS OUTREACH AND NAVIGATION FOR UNSHELTERED PERSONS (HONU)
HONU is a mobile facility that has the capacity to serve between 60-100 individuals at one location. The HONU is operated by the City & County of Honolulu Department of Community Services in partnership with the Honolulu Police Department. The goal of the program is to provide 24/7 short-term shelter services, and navigation to connect homeless individuals and families to longer-term shelter and other housing options. HONU also provides a critical tool for law enforcement officers to divert homeless individuals from citation and arrest, and provide the option of short-term shelter and services.
NOTE: As of April 2020, the HONU has transitioned to the Provisional Outdoor Screening and Triage (POST) program to adapt to the current COVID-19 pandemic. The POST program is currently located at Keehi Lagoon Beach Park. To learn more about POST, please click on the City & County of Honolulu’s POST informational flyer.
The Honolulu 311 application affords community members the opportunity to report non-emergency incidents to the HPD without having to call 911 and meet with an officer. Utilizing the Honolulu 311 system will also allow the user to track the status of their service request via email and the app. For more information please click here.
Due to the COVID-19 restrictions, all events in October have been cancelled.