- Honolulu Police Department
Honolulu Police Department
Abbreviation: HPD (Honolulu Police Department)
The Honolulu Police Department (HPD) has been an integral part of the community since its formation in 1932, marking 91 years of dedicated service. The department operates with a substantial workforce of 2,700 employees and manages a substantial annual budget of $275,482,399.
HPD’s operational jurisdiction is centered in the beautiful city of Honolulu, Hawaii, within the United States. The department’s jurisdiction covers a vast area of 600 square miles (1,600 km2) and serves a thriving population of 953,207 residents. The governing body overseeing the department’s activities is the City and County of Honolulu.
HPD, at its core, operates as a local civilian police force, committed to maintaining the safety and well-being of the community it serves.
The headquarters of HPD is located in Honolulu, Hawaii, serving as the central command for its operations. The department is structured with 2,043 sworn members, including police officers, and an additional 657 unsworn members, all working together to fulfill the department’s mission. Leading the agency is Chief of Police Arthur Logan.