Honolulu's Police Department Museum, Honolulu

About Honolulu's Police Department Museum, Honolulu

Honolulu's Police Department Museum, Honolulu - Address, Phone Number

Address: 801 S Beretania St, Honolulu, HI 96813, USA

Phone: +1-8085293111

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See the evolution of Honolulu’s Police Department over the last 100 years. Did you know that the Honolulu's Police Department was the only Police Department established by Royalty?

The memorabilia kept at the museum is quiet cool with a wide collection of badges, tools, photographs, uniforms, vehicles and awards. The place also explains the traditions, practices and historic stories and facts about the police department.

Highlights include:

  • The Harley Davidsons kept here.

Honolulu's Police Department Museum Information

  • Recommended time of arrival: 9.00 am - 2.00 pm

Honolulu's Police Department Museum Ticket Prices

  • Admission is free.

Honolulu's Police Department Museum Opening and Closing Hours

Tour hours:

  • Guided tours are available Monday through Friday, except state holidays: from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.
  • The minimum group size for a guided tour is seven, the maximum group size is 25.
  • Please submit request for guided tours for groups larger than seven.
  • Walk in's to the museum are welcome anytime during open hours.

How To reach Honolulu's Police Department Museum by Public Transport

  • By Bus: S Beretania St + Alapai St
  • By Taxi
  • By hiring a local Cab.
  • By renting a Car/Bike.

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  • They are doing a great job protecting our community.

  • Attempted to apply for registration of my firearm. Since I had to come in uniform (Navy) I immediately received worse treatment than the people in front and behind me. Constant sarcastic comments questioning the integrity of my waivers and did not give me eye contact. They refused to accept my affidavit of hand gun training because it did not have a seal. Naval legal officers are afforded the right under federal law to notarized without a seal. (Which was cited next to our legal officers signature). I was treated as a haole, and worse, a military one.

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  • Everyone was super friendly!! So

  • C.O.P.s don't like to do the work to deal with people who get naked, piss, deficate, masterbate in public and so on and so on. C.O.P.s just don't care to give a damn about their job and sometimes have attitude like they are bad ass gods or something. Far from it. I have lots of respect for Police Officers. Don't get me wrong. But I can't stand a sodding C.O.P. Waste of space they are. And I'm forever done calling on them for aid. I would be better off counting on a farm of pigs to show up and get the job done.

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  • Speak Against the two Hawaiian families in Muai who own the police on all of the islands and you will be lucky to survive with a hip fracture. These families own not only the police but they line elected people in parliament with cash as well. Do not ever speak of medical marijuana dispensaries in Hawaii again because you will be lucky if you wind up in a wheel chair. I would not travel on vacation here it is just as dangerous as other war zones. I am lucky to still be breathing.

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