The District 6 (Waikiki)

Community Policing Team

808-723-3349



 

Pedestrians Safety Tips

 

The Honolulu Police Department is committed to safeguarding and protecting our community, but we can’t do it alone. We need your help.

 

Pedestrian safety is one of our priorities. The damaging effedts of collisions are not limited to victims but also include their families, friends and even the driver.

 

Taking basic precautions, such as being alert and mindful of your surroundings, minimize your chances of becoming a victim.

 

  • Always cross within marked crosswalk or at street corners

 

  • Look left, right, then left again for vehicular 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

 

  • Obey all traffic signals and use the pedestrian signal button at intersections. Cross the street only when the white “Walk” or walking person light is on. Do not begin crossing if the red “Don’t Walk” or upraised hand is flashing or steady

 

  • 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

 

  • Do not walk behind a vehicle that has it reverse lights on

 

  • Walk on the sidewalk. If there is no sidewalk, walk on the left side of the roadway so you can see oncoming traffic

 

  • Do not allow children to walk near roadways or cross the street unsupervised. Adults should always accompany young children until they are sure that the children can cross the street safely

 

  • While crossing keep to the right of the crosswalk

 

  • Wear bright or light colored clothing when out walking or jogging. Wear reto-reflective materials at night

 

  • Stand on the side of the road while waiting for the bus. Always stand at least 10 feet away from where the bus will stop

 

 

For more information on Pedestrian Safety, contact Corporal Richard Fikani @ (808) 723-3349 or at rfikani@honolulu.gov

 

 

 


Kuhio Mini Park - Project Clean Event

Kuhio Mini Park - Project Clean Event

Kuhio Mini Park - Project Clean Event

Kuhio Mini Park - Project Clean Event

Kuhio Mini Park - Project Clean Event

Kuhio Mini Park - Project Clean Event

NFL Block Party

NFL Block Party

NFL Block Party

NFL Block Party

Waikiki Community Center Holiday Party

Waikiki Community Center Holiday Party

Waikiki Community Center Holiday Party

Waikiki Community Center Holiday Party

Waikiki Community Center Holiday Party

Waikiki Community Center Holiday Party

18th Annual Aloha Christmas Program

18th Annual Aloha Christmas Program

18th Annual Aloha Christmas Program

18th Annual Aloha Christmas Program

"Let's Make a Difference Day!"

"Let's Make a Differnce Day!

"Let' Make a Difference Day!"

"Let's Make a Diffence Day!"

"Let's Make a Difference Day!"

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Volunteers from Papaku no Kameha'ikana, 808 Urban, Estria Foundation and community members cleaned the Kuhio Mini Park of trash and other debris. Stories of Kapoi, Kakuhihewa's Heiau, Ainahau (the home of Kaiulani) were discussed. Artist John "Prime" Hina, Estria Miyashiro and Officer Tony Kalakui shared their involvement with Kuhio Mini Park community makeover project.

Volunteers from Papaku no Kameha'ikana, 808 Urban, Estria Foundation and community members cleaned the Kuhio Mini Park of trash and other debris. Stories of Kapoi, Kakuhihewa's Heiau, Ainahau (the home of Kaiulani) were discussed. Artist John "Prime" Hina, Estria Miyashiro and Officer Tony Kalakui shared their involvement with Kuhio Mini Park community makeover project.

Volunteers from Papaku no Kameha'ikana, 808 Urban, Estria Foundation and community members cleaned the Kuhio Mini Park of trash and other debris. Stories of Kapoi, Kakuhihewa's Heiau, Ainahau (the home of Kaiulani) were discussed. Artist John "Prime" Hina, Estria Miyashiro and Officer Tony Kalakui shared their involvement with Kuhio Mini Park community makeover project.

Henry Kapono was one of the entertainers who performed for the thousands of people who attended the Pro Bowl Block Party. Food Tents, Arts and Crafts, Clothing, NFL products and four stages of entertainment covered Kalakaua Avenue during this spectacular event.

Henry Kapono was one of the entertainers who performed for the thousands of people who attended the Pro Bowl Block Party. Food Tents, Arts and Crafts, Clothing, NFL products and four stages of entertainment covered Kalakaua Avenue during this spectacular event.

Waikiki Community Center and Duke's sponsored a Holiday Party for the students of Jefferson Elementary School. The Salvation Army Band performed while special guest sang carols. Santa Claus arrived and distributed gifts to all the children in attendance.

Waikiki Community Center and Duke's sponsored a Holiday Party for the students of Jefferson Elementary School. The Salvation Army Band performed while special guest sang carols. Santa Claus arrived and distributed gifts to all the children in attendance.

Waikiki Community Center and Duke's sponsored a Holiday Party for the students of Jefferson Elementary School. The Salvation Army Band performed while special guest sang carols. Santa Claus arrived and distributed gifts to all the children in attendance.

18th Annual Aloha Christmas Program was held at the Sheraton Waikiki Hotel. Jefferson Elementary Staff selected 50 at risk youth to attend. The selected students, their parents and siblings where treated to a night of entertainment, and an awesome meal. Santa arrived and distributed gifts to all the children.

18th Annual Aloha Christmas Program was held at the Sheraton Waikiki Hotel. Jefferson Elementary Staff selected 50 at risk youth to attend. The selected students, their parents and siblings where treated to a night of entertainment, and an awesome meal. Santa arrived and distributed gifts to all the children.

On Saturday, October 26, 2013 at 7 a.m. at the Duke Kahanamoku Statue in Kuhio Beach Park the Waikiki Improvement Association's, Waikiki Ohana Workforce and the Honolulu Police Department's, District 6 Commnuity Policing Team teamed up for "Make a Difference Day" Beach Clean Up. 108 business and community members participated in the clean up which covered the beach area from the Hilton Hawaiian Village to Kaimana Beach.

On Saturday, October 26, 2013 at 7 a.m. at the Duke Kahanamoku Statue in Kuhio Beach Park the Waikiki Improvement Association's, Waikiki Ohana Workforce and the Honolulu Police Department's, District 6 Commnuity Policing Team teamed up for "Make a Difference Day" Beach Clean Up. 108 business and community members participated in the clean up which covered the beach area from the Hilton Hawaiian Village to Kaimana Beach.

On Saturday, October 26, 2013 at 7 a.m. at the Duke Kahanamoku Statue in Kuhio Beach Park the Waikiki Improvement Association's, Waikiki Ohana Workforce and the Honolulu Police Department's, District 6 Commnuity Policing Team teamed up for "Make a Difference Day" Beach Clean Up. 108 business and community members participated in the clean up which covered the beach area from the Hilton Hawaiian Village to Kaimana Beach.

On Saturday, October 27, 2013 at 7 a.m. at the Duke Kahanamoku Statue in Kuhio Beach Park the Waikiki Improvement Association's, Waikiki Ohana Workforce and the Honolulu Police Department's, District 6 Commnuity Policing Team teamed up for "Make a Difference Day" Beach Clean Up. 108 business and community members participated in the clean up which covered the beach area from the Hilton Hawaiian Village to Kaimana Beach.

On Saturday, October 26, 2013 at 7 a.m. at the Duke Kahanamoku Statue in Kuhio Beach Park the Waikiki Improvement Association's, Waikiki Ohana Workforce and the Honolulu Police Department's, District 6 Commnuity Policing Team teamed up for "Make a Difference Day" Beach Clean Up. 108 business and community members participated in the clean up which covered the beach area from the Hilton Hawaiian Village to Kaimana Beach.


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Date

Time

Title

04/02/2014

6:30

D6 Salute to Youth Parade

04/03/2014

1900

D6 Citizen Patrol Walk

04/08/2014

1900

D6 Neighborhood Board No. 9 Meeting

04/10/2014

1900

D6 Citizen Patrol Walk

04/10/2014

1830

D6 Neighborhood Board No. 5 Meeting

04/13/2014

0600

D6 HAPALUA HONOLULU MARATHON HALF MARATHON

04/14/2014

0900

D6 Earth Day at Waikiki Aquarium

04/16/2014

1830

D6 SALUTE TO YOUTH PARADE-#2

04/17/2014

1900

D6 Citizen Patrol Walk

04/24/2014

1900

D6 Citizen Patrol Walk

04/26/2014

0730

D6 MARCH FOR BABIES

04/26/2014

0700

D6 Waikiki Ohana Workforce Clean-up (Earth Day)


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