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 --

Remember everyone needs to "buckle up" if riding in a vehicle!

 


Career Day - Wheeler Middle School

Career Day - Wheeler Middle School

Military Presentation - Schofield Barracks

Military Presentation - Schofield Barracks

Wahiawa Business Security Watch

Wahiawa Business Security Watch

Mililani High School Carnival

Mililani High School Carnival

Mililani High School Carnival

Mililani High School Carnival

Mililani High School Carnival

Mililani High School Carnival

Military Presentation- Schofield Barracks

Military Presentation- Schofield Barracks

Senior Pedestrian Safety Presentation

Senior Pedestrian Safety Presentation

Senior Pedestrian Safety Presentation

Senior Pedestrian Safety Presentation

Military Presentation

Military Presentation

Child Passenger Seat Inspection

Child Passenger Seat Inspection

Child Passenger Seat Inspection

Child Passenger Seat Inspection

Child Passenger Seat Inspection

Child Passenger Seat Inspection

CTAP - Wahiawa

CTAP - Wahiawa

CTAP - Wahiawa

CTAP - Wahiawa

CTAP - Wahiawa

CTAP - Wahiawa

CTAP - Wahiawa

CTAP - Wahiawa

Whitmore Circle Apts - C.O.P. Start Up

Whitmore Circle Apts - C.O.P. Start Up

Whitmore Circle Apts - C.O.P. Start Up

Whitmore Circle Apts - C.O.P. Start Up

Stranger Danger - Mililani Uka Elementary

Stranger Danger - Mililani Uka Elementary

Shop With A Cop - 2nd Annual

Shop With A Cop - 2nd Annual

Wahiawa Station Tour

Wahiawa Station Tour

An Introduction to Hawaii for soldiers

An Introduction to Hawaii for soldiers

Shark's Cove Under the Sea

Shark's Cove Under the Sea

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Officer Arlene Ah You informed interested students about how to become a Honolulu Police Officer. There were 3 sessions and many questions about police work.

Officer Arlene Ah You informed newly arrived US Army Schofield Barracks soldiers about Hawaii and its laws. Wahiawa CPT is in a partnership with Schofield Military Police to educate new soldiers to the island state.

Major Kerry Inouye and Captain Larry Lawson with CPT officers walked through the Wahiawa Shopping Center to speak with business owners/workers. The dual purpose walk had a "Say Hi" and Business Security Watch intention.

After 20 years from their last carnival, Mililani High School held a 3 day carnival fundraiser at their school. District 2 CPT offered 3 days of Keiki & Kapuna Safety Identification cards to the public. The CPT officers made over 500 identification cards.

After 20 years from their last carnival, Mililani High School held a 3 day carnival fundraiser at their school. District 2 CPT offered 3 days of Keiki & Kapuna Safety Identification cards to the public. The CPT officers made over 500 identification cards.

After 20 years, Mililani High School held a 3 day carnival fundraiser at their school. District 2 CPT offered 3 days of Keiki & Kapuna Safety Identification cards to the public. The CPT officers made over 500 identification cards.

Wahiawa CPT Officer Arlene Ah You worked with Schofield Barracks Military Police Officers to educate new arrival soldiers about Hawaii and its laws.

At the Olaloa Senior Living Community, Officer John Mau spoke about pedestrian safety.

A presenter from Walk Wise Hawaii from the Department of Transportation, had residents of Olaloa Senior Community take the Walk Wise oath.

CPT officers give an informational presentation about living in Hawaii to new soldiers stationed at Schofield Barracks.

Officer John Mau was the only HPD officer to participate with other technicians from Kapiolani Hospital and CPS in the Shriners Hospital Child Seat Inspection. The event is to help driver's ensure the proper car seat and car seat installation is being used.

Officer John Mau was the only HPD officer to participate with other technicians from Kapiolani Hospital and CPS in the Shriners Hospital Child Seat Inspection. The event is to help driver's ensure the proper car seat and car seat installation is being used.

Officer John Mau was the only HPD officer to participate with other technicians from Kapiolani Hospital and CPS in the Shriners Hospital Child Seat Inspection. The event is to help driver's ensure the proper car seat and car seat installation is being used.

Waking up early before the morning traffic rush is a sacrifice these volunteers gladly make. Reminding motorists to drive with aloha and happy faces is a good way to start anyday.

Waking up early before the morning traffic rush is a sacrifice these volunteers gladly make. Reminding motorists to drive with aloha and happy faces is a good way to start anyday.

Waking up early before the morning traffic rush is a sacrifice these volunteers gladly make. Reminding motorists to drive with aloha and happy faces is a good way to start anyday.

Waking up early before the morning traffic rush is a sacrifice these volunteers gladly make. Reminding motorists to drive with aloha and happy faces is a good way to start anyday.

Officer Jason Boquer-Wintjen gave instructions on how to start a C.O.P. for a group of residents from the apartment complex.

Officer Jason Boquer-Wintjen gave instructions on how to start a C.O.P. for a group of residents from the apartment complex.

Officers John Mau, Anthony Ozoa,and Arlene Ah You informed students K-5th grade of the dangers of speaking with strangers.

Ka'ala Elementary student Yorex REKIS was one of several fortunate children selected to participate in District 2's annual "Shop With A Cop" Christmas event. The event was again held at the Mililani WalMart.

Three groups of 2nd grade students from Kaala Elementary visited the Wahiawa Police Station for a tour. One of the highlights of their visit was going through the backseat of the patrol car.

Officer Jason Boquer-Wintjen spoke to several hundred Schofield Barracks soldiers about Hawaii laws and to be aware of their surroundings at all times.

It's winter time, so the waves on the North Shore are taking over. Shark's Cove appeared to be reclaimed by the sea.




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Date

Time

Title

02/07/2015

0900

D2: Character Counts Fair/ Keiki ID event

02/19/2015

1100

D2: Pedestrian Safety

02/20/2015

0815

D2: Career Day - Trinity Lutheran School

02/20/2015

1600

D2: Mililani High School Carnival

02/21/2015

1000

D2: Mililani High School Carnival

02/22/2015

1000

D2: Mililani High School Carnival

02/25/2015

0815

D2: Wheeler Middle School - Career Day


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