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Francis A. Keala

Chief

Honolulu Police Department

HQ Phone:  (808) 723-3775

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Honolulu Police Department

801 South Beretania St

Honolulu, Hawaii,96813

United States

Company Description

The Honolulu Police Department today is a large, modern law enforcement agency that has many unique features that sets it apart from counterparts in the other 49 states and the rest of the world. Start with the Introduction and continue to HPD in the 90's for ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Director of Security

GTE Hawaiian Tel


Affiliations

Kamehameha Schools

Trustee


Saint Louis School

Trustee


Education

B.A.

Sociology

UH


Web References(32 Total References)


How to Lead | Hawaii Business Magazine

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Francis Keala had been chief of the Honolulu Police Department.
During his time, the department was accused of graft and corruption, and Chief Keala was the one who cleaned that up.


About HPD

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Chief Francis Keala
Francis Keala was promoted from captain of the finance division to chief of police in 1969. He was faced with an increasing disrespect for law and order; an expanding drug abuse problem in the public and in his department. The "Operation Hukilau" and the green harvest operations were a credit to his success in infiltrating covert operations. Chief Keala was the first person with a college education to become chief of the Honolulu Police Department. He saw that there were many problems confronting police, due to the changing concept of the role of the police in society at that time. Where once police had been an "enforcer", now it was necessary for officers to be aware of the deeper sociological problems involved in dealing with people. To Chief Keala it was evident that police officers needed a broader understanding of their role in the social structure of the 1970's, and that the training and retraining of all officers was necessary to meet this end. Chief Keala retired in 1983.


Chief Francis Keala

www.honolulupd.org [cached]

Francis Keala
Chief Francis Keala Francis Keala was promoted from captain of the finance division to chief of police in 1969. He was faced with an increasing disrespect for law and order; an expanding drug abuse problem in the public and in his department. The "Operation Hukilau" and the green harvest operations were a credit to his success in infiltrating covert operations. Chief Keala was the first person with a college education to become chief of the Honolulu Police Department. He saw that there were many problems confronting police, due to the changing concept of the role of the police in society at that time. Where once police had been an "enforcer", now it was necessary for officers to be aware of the deeper sociological problems involved in dealing with people. To Chief Keala it was evident that police officers needed a broader understanding of their role in the social structure of the 1970's, and that the training and retraining of all officers was necessary to meet this end. Chief Keala retired in 1983.


"*Lifetime achievement award: Hawaii Joint Police Association, a Non-Profit Police Enforcement Agency"

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Mr. Francis Keala
Retired Chief of Police Honolulu Police Department Francis Keala joined HPD in 1956 and retried in 1983 after 27 years of service. He served as Chief of Police from 1960 to 1983. During his tenure he initiated several joint programs with federal, local and military law enforcement agencies in hawaii. "Operation Hukilau" and "Operation Green Harvest" were two of several programs. Seeking community involvement, he was also responsible for implementing "Crime Stoppers" and the "neighborhhod Watch" programs. Former Chief Keala joined GTE Hawaiian Tel in 1982 as Director of Security, After ten years of service, he retired in 1994. On February 9, 1999, the Probate court of Hawaii appointed him Interim Trustee for the Kamehameha Schools. He served at the discretion of the court with distinguished service until a permanenet Trustee board was selected. Other activities: Over the years he has been appointed director/trustee to the boards of numerous organizations, i.e., YMCA, Girl Scouts, Aloha Council, St. Louis School, American Red Cross, Sex Abuse Treatment Center, etc. He is recently on the board of St. Francis Medical Center West, Honolulu Ethics Commission Hawaiian Music Hall of Fame, and the 200 Club.


About HPD

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Francis Keala


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