First Chief of the Honolulu Police Department
Charles F. Weeber
January 27, 1932 to August 12, 1932
Charles F. Weeber, was a man with impeccable reputation in the business and social communities of Honolulu. With a military background, he was the Police Commission's unanimous choice for Police Chief. He was appointed to the position on January 27, 1932, and was given full authority to act in reorganizing the department, subject to the approval of the commission. Chief Weeber immediately named as his Assistant Chief, William Hoopai, a veteran law enforcement officer with a good reputation and background, including high rank in the National Guard.
Chief Weeber resigned as Chief of Police on August 12, 1932, after serving seven months. He returned to his career in the business world.