HPD’s deputy chief to retire after 35 years with department


The second-highest-ranking member of the Honolulu Police Department is leaving her post.

Deputy Chief Marie McCauley announced her retirement Wednesday.

McCauley was promoted to the position in 2011, and is the first female officer to become deputy chief.

She released the following statement:

Throughout my 35-year career, it has been an honor and a privilege to serve as an officer, protecting our community and keeping our neighborhoods safe. I have the utmost respect for and gratitude to my colleagues at the HPD and look forward to ensuring a smooth transition, encouraging the next wave of emerging leaders within our ranks.

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