04-12-19-HISSPA Officer of the Quarter 2019: John Kahalioumi

Hawaiʻi Police Department
North Kohala District, Area I
Captain Jeremie Evangelista
Phone: (808) 889-6540



Media Release

On, (April 12), the Hawaiʻi Island Security and Safety Professionals Association, (HISSPA), recognized Officer John Kahalioumi as their HISSPA Officer of the Quarter for Q1 2019. 

Officer Kahaloumi is currently assigned to the North Kohala Patrol Division and is a liaison to the Area I  Special Enforcement Unit.

Officer Kahalioumi, has been tasked with identifying the most challenging problems in North Kohala such as nuisance properties, wanted parties and drug distribution. He has also been tasked with gathering and disseminating critical Information/Intelligence to the appropriate sections within the Police Department. This information is used resolve long term community issues.

Officer Kahalioumi accepts his assignments without hesitation and takes an independent and proactive approach while using traditional and creative policing methods. He takes an innovative approach to assure his success and fellow officers when working in a community that is not only small, but geographically challenging.

Since his initial assignment in, (April-2018),  to present, Officer Kahalioumi has drafted and executed twelve, (12), search warrants, initiated in excess of fifty, (50), criminal investigations, and arrested over thirty (30) individuals. This includes a variety of investigations and charges such as promotion of a dangerous drug, promotion of detrimental drug, promotion of a harmful drug, paraphernalia, firearms and dangerous weapons offenses, various traffic violations and the closure of numerous arrest warrants and all points-bulletins.

Officer Kahalioumi’s investigations have led to the recovery of methamphetamine, cocaine, heroin, marijuana, and  illegally traded prescription drugs, as well as the recovery of stolen property, illegal firearms and the forfeiture of assets used illegally in covered offenses.



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