The District 2 Community Policing Team

(Mililani / Wahiawa / North Shore)

808-723-8710



The District 2 Community Policing Team (CPT) is a key resource for their community.

The CPT unit provides many different services including:

Keiki Identification Program/ Keiki Print Program

Kupuna Identification Program

Neighborhood Security Watch Program

Parent Security Watch Program

Project C.L.E.A.N.

Graffiti Paint Out

Police Facility Tours

Business Security Watch Program

Active Threat Presentation *Schools only

Marijuana Power Point Presentation

Stranger Danger Presentation

 

 

The Community Policing Team also participates in school events which include Career Days, Say Hi, Elementary School evacuation assistance, and Driver Education Traffic Safety

  

                      "CLICK IT or TICKET" - All persons in a vehicle must wear a seatbelt. 

 

For further information regarding programs, and/or to contact the District 2 Community Policing Team, please call: (808) 723-8710.

 

        Traffic Awareness --

Be COOL, it's BACK TO SCHOOL!!!


Not something you see everyday...

Not something you see everyday...

"Say Hi!" Wahiawa Baptist Preschool

Chief's Annual NSW Meeting

Chief's Annual NSW Meeting

Chief's Annual NSW Meeting

Chief's Annual NSW Meeting

Chief's Annual NSW Meeting

Chief's Annual NSW Meeting

CTAP - Mililani Ike Elementary School

CTAP - Mililani Ike Elementary School

CTAP - Mililani Ike Elementary School

CTAP - Mililani Ike Elementary School

CTAP - Mililani Ike Elementary School

CTAP -  Mililani Ike Elementary School

CTAP - Mililani Ike Elementary School

CTAP - Mililani Ike Elementary School

CTAP - Mililani Ike Elementary School

CTAP - Mililani Ike Elementary School

CTAP - Mililani Ike Elementary School

CTAP - Mililani Ike Elementary School

SPO- Pupukea Beach Park

SPO- Pupukea Beach Park

SPO- Pupukea Beach Park

SPO- Pupukea Beach Park

SPO- Alii Beach Park

SPO- Alii Beach Park

SPO- Alii Beach Park

SPO- Alii Beach Park

SPO- Puena Point - Haleiwa Beach Park

SPO- Puena Point - Haleiwa Beach Park

SPO- Puena Point Haleiwa Beach Park

SPO- Puena Point  Haleiwa Beach Park

SPO- Puena Point Haleiwa Beach Park

SPO- Puena Point  Haleiwa Beach Park

SPO- Puena Point Haleiwa Beach Park

SPO- Puena Point  Haleiwa Beach Park

NNO for Military Families

NNO for Military Families

NNO for Military Families

NNO for Military Families

NNO for Military Families

NNO for Military Families

NNO for Military Families

NNO for Military Families

NNO for Military Families

NNO for Military Families

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The pilot of a small airplane had to make an emergency landing in the ocean at a North Shore beach. No person was injured and the airplane had to be towed out of the water. Definitely not something you see everyday.

Showing off the patrol car, Officer Tony Ozoa asked questions of a very attentive audience. They got all the answers correct.

Acting Major Larry Lawson spoke with NSW Coordinators and Captains after the meeting's annual presentation.

District 2 NSW Coordinators and Captains had an opportunity to speak with one another at the annual NSW meeting.

District 2 NSW Coordinators and Captains had an opportunity to speak with one another at the annual NSW meeting.

A sign made from students at Mililani Ike Elementary showing their concern for the traffic around their school.

A sign made from students at Mililani Ike Elementary showing their concern for the traffic around their school.

A sign made from students at Mililani Ike Elementary showing their concern for the traffic around their school.

District 2 CPT officers hold signs with students along one of the main roadways surrounding the school.

District 2 CPT officers hold signs with students along one of the main roadways surrounding the school.

District 2 CPT officers hold signs with students along one of the main roadways surrounding the school.

Hidden inside of the heavy vegetation at Pupukea Beach Park or Shark's Cove was someone's living area.

Very difficult to see without a closer examination is an area where residentially challenged have lived within the park. A constant complaint from residents and park users was "addressed" during the event.

With property just thrown about the park, City and County workers were diligent with properly marking all the property.

With property just thrown about the park, City and County workers were diligent with properly marking all the property.

With property just thrown about the park, City and County workers were diligent with properly marking all the property.

With property just thrown about the park, City and County workers were diligent with properly marking all the property.

Using their surroundings to blend in, someone made a hut out of palms.

Sergeant Eli Walters and Officer Jason Boquer-Wintjen provided safety for C&C workers as they walked from campsite to campsite.

Island Palm Communities organized a National Night Out festival to show their appreciation toward military families. Federal Fire Department, Boy and Girl Scouts and military police were just a few participants.

Island Palm Communities organized a National Night Out festival to show their appreciation toward military families. Federal Fire Department, Boy and Girl Scouts and military police were just a few participants.

Island Palm Communities organized a National Night Out festival to show their appreciation toward military families. Federal Fire Department, Boy and Girl Scouts and military police were just a few participants.

Island Palm Communities organized a National Night Out festival to show their appreciation toward military families. Federal Fire Department, Boy and Girl Scouts and military police were just a few participants.

Island Palm Communities organized a National Night Out festival to show their appreciation toward military families. Federal Fire Department, Boy and Girl Scouts and military police were just a few participants.




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Date

Time

Title

09/18/2014

1800

D2: Chief's Meeting

09/30/2014

1800

D2: Pikai Street NSW Meeting


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