Maui Police Promote 7 Officers to Sergeant
By Maui Now Staff
The Maui Police Department today announced the promotion of seven Maui officers to the rank of sergeant.
The promotions include: Oscar Martin Del Campo, Frank Abreu, Mark Hada, Lee Ann Galario-Guzman, Edith Quintero, Mike Crowe, and Michael McCutcheon.
All seven promotions took effect on Monday, June 16, 2014.
Below is some background information provided by the department on each officer.
Oscar Martin Del Campo: is a 23 year veteran of the Maui Police Department. His first assignment was with the Vice Narcotics Division as an undercover officer. He then transferred to the Wailuku Patrol and Lahaina Patrol Divisions before carrying out an assignment with the Lahaina Crime Reduction Unit in 1996. In 1997, he worked as a fugitive investigator with the Warrant Task Force; in 1998 he became certified as a Field Training Officer; and in 2007 he transferred to the Kīhei Patrol Division. More recently, Martin Del Campo served as an instructor with the Cultural Awareness Program, and in 2013 he was transferred to the Juvenile Crime Prevention Division as a Juvenile Crime Investigator and Gangs. Martin Del Campo attended Kaimuki High School and the University of Hawaiʻi Honolulu Community College. He also served with the US Army Reserves and the Hawaiʻi Army National Guard.
Mark Hada: is a 17 year veteran of the Maui Police Department. He joined the department in July of 1997 after graduating from the Police Recruit Academy. His early assignments included: Wailuku Patrol Division, the Receiving Desk, the Hāna Patrol Division, and Field Training Officer. In 2003, Hada was transferred to the Traffic Division’s DUI Task Force and became certified as a DUI Instructor and Drug Recognition Expert. He remained with the DUI Task Force until 2011 and was transferred to the Kīhei Patrol Division, where he again served as a Field Training Officer.
Frank “Keoni” Abreu: is a 21 year veteran of the Maui Police Department. He began his career with the Maui Police Department in September of 1993 and was first was assigned to the Receiving Desk and Lānaʻi Patrol District. In 2005, he was transferred to the Wailuku Patrol Division where he was a Field Training Officer. In 2010 Abreu was transferred to the School Resource Officer program in the Upcountry area serving at Samuel Enoka Kalama Intermediate School, King Kekaulike High School and Kamehameha Schools Maui Campus.
Lee Ann Galario-Guzman: began her career with the Maui Police Department in December of 2000. After graduating from the Police Recruit Academy and Field Training Officer Training Program, she was assigned to the Wailuku Patrol Division. She also carried out a one year assignment in the Hāna Patrol District. In 2012, Galario-Guzman was assigned to the Internal Affairs Section as a background investigator, and in 2013 she transferred to the Community Relations as a DARE Officer.
Edith “Nu’uanu” Quintero: is a 23 year veteran of the Maui Police Department. She began her career in March of 2001 after graduating from the Police Recruit Academy. She was initially assigned to the Wailuku Patrol Division, and also served for a year in the Molokaʻi Patrol District. In 2008 she transferred to the Internal Affairs section as a background investigator, and in 2012 she was assigned to the Community Relations section as a DARE Officer.
Mike Crowe: started his law enforcement career with the Los Angeles Police Department in 1995 where he worked assignments in South Central Los Angeles, including service with the C.R.A.S.H. gang unit and the Domestic Violence unit. In 2002 he returned home to Maui and joined the Maui Police Department. Assignment since his return have included work at the Kīhei Patrol District and a full time member of the Special Response Team.
Michael McCutcheon: began his career with the Maui Police Department in November of 2002. He was assigned to the Wailuku, Lahaina, and Molokaʻi Patrol Districts for the first five years of his career; and was then assigned to the School Resource Officer program in 2008 at Molokaʻi High School up until his recent promotion to Sergeant.