The District 6 (Waikiki)

Community Policing Team

808-723-3349



 

Identity Theft Protection

 

The problem of identity theft in Hawaii is suspected to be much worse than publicized. There have been several high-profile examples of Hawaii businesses experiencing on-line and hard-copy security breaches of private and confidential information of its employees and/or customers, thus increasing significantly the risk of identity theft.

 

The first step to prevent identity theft is awareness of how and when you use your personal information. By keeping close tabs on your personal information, you can reduce your chances of becoming an identity theft victim.

 

  • Memorize your Social Security number and passwords. Do not record your password on papers you carry with you.

 

  • Don’t use your date of birth as your password.

 

  • Shred pre-approved credit applications and other financial documents before discarding them.

 

  • Order credit reports every year from each of the major credit reporting agencies and thoroughly review them for accuracy.

 

  • Never give personal or financial information over the phone or Internet unless you initiated the contact.

 

  • Don’t carry your Social Security card or birth certificate with you.

 

  • Report lost or stolen credit cards immediately.

 

  • Check your monthly credit card and bank statements for unusual activity.

 

  • Use a firewall program on your computer, especially if you leave your computer connected to the Internet 24 hours a day.

 

  • Do not download files sent to you by strangers or click on hyperlinks from people you do not know.

 

If you or someone that you know would like to join or participate in a Neighborhood Security, Business Security Watch or Citizen Patrol group, contact Sgt. Henry Lee at 723-3349 or at hlee@honolulu.gov

 


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

Make a Difference Day Beach Clean-up 2016

Make a Difference Day Beach Clean-up 2016

Make a Difference Day Beach Clean-up 2016

Make a Difference Day Beach Clean-up 2016

National "Coffee with a Cop" Day

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National "Coffee with a Cop' Day

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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.

On Saturday, October 22, 2016 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. 267 local company employees and community members participated in the clean up which covered the beach area from the Hilton Hawaiian Village to Kaimana Beach.

On Saturday, October 22, 2016 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. 267 local company employees and community members participated in the clean up which covered the beach area from the Hilton Hawaiian Village to Kaimana Beach.

Building relationships. One cup at a time.
Coffee with a Cop brings police officers and the community members they serve together–over coffee–to discuss issues and learn more about each other.

Building relationships. One cup at a time.
Coffee with a Cop brings police officers and the community members they serve together–over coffee–to discuss issues and learn more about each other.




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Date

Time

Title

09/07/2017

1900

D6: CITIZEN PATROL WALK

09/07/2017

1900

D6: CITIZEN PATROL WALK

09/07/2017

0900

D6: COFFEE WITH A COP

09/09/2017

0900

D6: AUTISM: Police and Families as Partners

09/13/2017

1300

D6: BOMA Active Shooter Presentation

09/14/2017

1900

D6: CITIZEN PATROL WALK

09/21/2017

1900

D6: CITIZEN PATROL WALK

09/21/2017

0900

D6: Sheraton Health & Safety Fair

09/23/2017

0830

D6: 33rd Annual Senior's Fair Good Life Expo

09/23/2017

1900

D6: **65TH ANNUAL WAIKIKI HOOLAULEA**

09/27/2017

1430

D6: Jefferson Elementary Active Shooter Presentation

09/28/2017

1900

D6: CITIZEN PATROL WALK

09/30/2017

0900

D6: **71ST ANNUAL FLORAL PARADE IN WAIKIKI**


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