hall of fame inductees

The Honolulu Police Department's Hall of Fame was established to honor those who have distinguished themselves through their outstanding contributions and service to the police department and to the community.  The inductions began during HPD's Diamond Jubilee Gala Dinner on May 17, 2007. Since then, each year during Police Week (the week of May 15th) additional distinguished individuals have been inducted.  Here are the inductees. 

 

Click on their photographs for a summary of their contributions and service.

Sgt. Edwin "Buddy" Adolphson, Jr.

Served from 1939 to 1966

Inducted on May 17, 2007

Sister Roberta Julie Derby

Served from 1976 to 1996

Inducted on May 17, 2007

Chief of Police Frances A. Keala

Served from 1956 to 1983

Inducted on May 17, 2007

Chief of Police Daniel S.C. Liu

Served from 1932 to 1969

Inducted on May 17, 2007

Detective Chang Apana

Served from 1898 to 1932

Inducted on May 15, 2008

Res. Ofc. Ladislaus "Roger" Piwowarski

Served from 1950 to 2002

Inducted on May 15, 2008

Detective John Jardine

Served from 1923 to 1968

Inducted on May 16, 2009

Detective Lucille Abreu

Served from 1953 to 1978

Inducted on May 15, 2010

Governor and Captain John A. Burns

Served from 1934 to 1945

Inducted on May 21, 2011

Asst. Chief of Police Barbara Wong

Served from 1975 to 2000

Inducted on May 9, 2012

Officer Kam Fong Chun

Served from 1944 to 1959

Inducted on May 18, 2013

Sergeant Alfred K. Karratti

Served from 1924 to 1965

Inducted on May 15, 2015

Major Douglas Granville King

Served from 1941 to 1945

Inducted on May 19, 2016

Chief Lee D. Donohue

Served from 1964 to 2004

Inducted on May 15, 2019