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The focus of these meetings is on installation and community matters. SIMs North meetings are conducted on the first Monday of every month, 9:30-10:30 a.m., at the Nehelani Club, Schofield Barracks. ...

The focus of these meetings is on installation and community matters. SIMs North meetings are conducted on the first Monday of every month, 9:30-10:30 a.m., at the Nehelani Club, Schofield Barracks.

Spouse Information Meetings, or SIMs, are held in both the north and south regions on a monthly basis.

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  • 1. Oahu South Spouse Information Meeting (SIM) 5 Dec 12 Our mission is to provide sustainable installation support andservices for Soldiers, Families, and the military community that meets current and future mission requirements, promotes community well-being and enhances the natural environment
  • 2. SIM Agenda• Opening Remarks (USAG-HI Commander / Senior Spouse)• Spotlight Brief – Hale Koa Hotel (Hale Koa Marketing)• Spotlight Brief – Leisure Travel Services (DFMWR)• One Item of Interest to All (Service Providers)• SIM Topic Annual Planner (Facilitator)• Closing Remarks (USAG-HI Commander / Senior Spouse)
  • 3. SIM Spotlight Brief Hale Koa Hotel(Hale Koa Marketing)
  • 4. SIMQuestions
  • 5. SIM Spotlight BriefLeisure Travel Services (LTS) (DFMWR)
  • 6. SIM Leisure Travel Services (LTS) Holiday Events •Dec 7 Pearl Harbor Memorial Anniversary Parade 6-8pm Start at Ft DeRussy Park and End at Kapiolani Park •Dec 8 Hawaiian Santa Arrives by Canoe at Outrigger Waikiki on the Beach 9:00am •Dec 8 & 9 Nutcracker Ballet at Leeward Community College Theater tickets@hawaiiballettheatre.org •Dec 15-23 Hawaii State Ballet Presents The Nutcracker at the Mamiya Theatre of St Louis School December Military Specials •Various Military discounted tickets with additional savings to Luaus, Dinner Cruises, Dinner Shows, Parks, Submarine Rides Theme Park Attractions •Disneyland “Salute” 3-Dday Park Hopper tickets at $122.75/each (limit of 6 per active duty ID) •Walt Disney World “Salute” 4-Day Park Hopper tickets at $153.25/each (limit of 6 per active duty ID) •SeaWorld, Busch Gardens, Sesame Place – Free Admission for active duty plus 3 immediate family members. •Many more theme park discounts for military, see listing on our website or in office. Up-Coming Events January 27, 2013 NFL Pro Bowl at Aloha Stadium - Tickets still available at Leisure Travel Services Offices • Discounted NCL Hawaii 7- day sails in December & January still available Travel Packages •Discounted Cruises with Disney, Princess, Holland, Royal Caribbean, Norwegian, Carnival •Air/Room/Car packages to Neighbor Islands •Stay-cation at any of the Island’s Hotels. •Coming soon…Destination tours to China with Wendy Wu Tours, Alaska Group Cruise, and many more. •Plan NOW for better discounted pricing: Block leave, 3-Day weekends, Spring break, SummerJoselynn Mitsuda, IMPC-HAW-MWR (808) 655-9758/joselynn.y.mitsuda.naf@mail.mil 27 Nov 12
  • 7. SIMQuestions
  • 8. SIM One Item of Interest to All (Service Providers)1 Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation 8 Directorate of Emergency Services2 Army Community Service 9 Island Palm Communities3 Child, Youth, and School Services 10 Tripler Army Medical Center4 School Liaison Office 11 Fisher House5 Military Child Education Coalition 12 Religious Support6 Hui O Wahine 13 Exchange7 Armed Services YMCA AMR 14 Red Cross
  • 9. SIM SIM Topic Annual Planner JANUARY FEBRUARY MARCHSpotlight: Academic Testing Spotlight: Summer Programs Spotlight: TBDSpotlight: TBD Spotlight: TBD Spotlight: TBD APRIL MAY JUNESpotlight: TBD Spotlight: Disaster Preparedness Spotlight: Pre-PCS ThemeSpotlight: TBD Spotlight: Pre-PCS Theme Spotlight: TBD JULY AUGUST SEPTEMBER Spotlight: Post-PCS Theme Spotlight: Post-PCS Themeo No SIM scheduled Spotlight: TBD Spotlight: TBD OCTOBER NOVEMBER DECEMBERSpotlight: TBD Spotlight: Facebook Town Hall Spotlight: Hale Koa HotelSpotlight: TBD Spotlight: AFAP Out-Brief Spotlight: Leisure Travel Services
  • 10. SIM Service Provider POCs (South)Agency Point(s) of Contact PhoneDirectorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation Ms. Jenny Duong 656-0032 Mr. Dan Furlano 655-1710Army Community Service Ms. Heather Miles 655-0705Child, Youth, and School Services Ms. Synthia Quintana 655-4090School Liaison Office Mr. Wayne Yoshino 655-8326Military Child Education Coalition Ms. Stacey Cain 676-8982Hui O Wahine Ms. Candice Cartwright 469-6421Armed Services YMCA AMR Ms. Lise Peacock 833-1185 LTC Rob Arnold 656-6454Directorate of Emergency Services Mr. Jesse Kaleikini 438-8012Island Palm Communities Ms. Sheryl Ferido 275-3159Tripler Army Medical Center Ms. Patti Myers 433-6336Fisher House Ms. Theresa Johnson 561-7423Religious Support CH Rickie Wambles 833-2904Exchange Ms. Beatriz Diaz 843-1956Red Cross Ms. Nadia Pinet-Hurtt 433-6631 (TAMC Office)
  • 11. SIM END OF BRIEF US ARMY GARRISON HAWAII“Premier Installation Support”
  • 12. SIMBack Up Slides
  • 13. DIRECTORATE OF EMERGENCY SERVICES (DES) ANTONIO WILLIAMS Deputy Chief of Police SCHOFIELD BARRACKS POLICE STATIONWe, USAG-HI DES AO-North, are sustainable providing the highest quality of Our mission is to provide committed to installation support andpublic safety for Soldiers, Families, and theindividual rights and human services services by maintaining respect for military community thatdignity and by empowering our members and the community to promotes meets current and future mission requirements, work inpartnership with the goal of improving the qualitythelife within our community. community well-being and enhances of natural environment
  • 14. SIM Area North Prime Issues•Monthly Stats – to Date 2012 •Crime and Incident Rollups / Trends•Access Control Issues •Security Considerations •JBPHH Issues •Lyman VCC Construction•Neighborhood Watch Reminders •Crime Prevention •Community Policing Officers
  • 15. SIM Persons and Property Crimes ASSAULTS and DOMESTICS PROPERTY40 100 83 30 7430 23 54 20 502010 1 1 0 0 0 AUGUST SEPTEMBER OCTOBER AUGUST SEPTEMBER OCTOBER PROPERTY ASSAULTS DOMESTICS ASSAULTS and DOMESTICS PROPERTY50 29 100 65 50 74 20 18 1 2 1 2 0 2 3 3 6 2 1 2 4 0 1 0 0 00 0 SB WAAF HMR PARC SB WAAF HMR PARC AUGUST SEPTEMBER OCTOBER AUGUST SEPTEMBER OCTOBER DUI 6 4 4 4 4 4 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 AUGUST SEPTEMBER OCTOBER ON POST ACTIVE DUTY CIVILIAN
  • 16. SIM Current Access Policy• Verification of Common Access Card (CAC) or other recognized valid ID card – Photograph on card matched to individual in possession of card – Includes visual check of card to verify authenticity• Personnel not in possession of CAC or other recognized valid ID card sent to visitor control center (Lyman gate, Buckner gate, TAMC gate) to receive day pass – Driver’s license, vehicle registration, proof of insurance, and safety inspection checked for validity
  • 17. SIM Discontinue Vehicle Registration & DoD Decals• Marine Corps Base Hawaii, all USMC installations (Camp Smith, etc): – If the person entering is military and has NO DoD vehicle decal, access will be granted with CAC – If the person entering is civilian, a sponsor is required and they must obtain a visitors pass – If DoD vehicle decal is present, regardless where the DoD decal was issued, CAC or other authorized ID card is also required• Bellows AFB: – CAC or other authorized ID is required for access – Bellows AFB does not require DoD vehicle decal for access – Bellows AFB does not issue DoD vehicle decals
  • 18. SIM Discontinue Vehicle Registration & DoD Decals• Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam (JBPHH): – Requires CAC or other authorized ID card AND DoD vehicle decal for access – Those without DOD vehicle decal will be required to use the visitor control center for a day pass – JBPHH issues DoD vehicle decal to military (includes their family members and retired military), civil service (with DoD CAC), contractor personnel (with DoD CAC) assigned to JBPHH – Procedures for retired US military personnel not assigned to JBPHH: • No DES screening/recommendation required • Applicants report to the Nimitz (JBPHH) Pass and ID office (located at 1250 South Drive Bldg. 3455, Honolulu, HI 96818; hours of operation: Mon-Fri, 0730-1530, 808-471-2197 or 808-471-9140 • Current driver’s license, vehicle registration, proof of safety inspection, valid insurance are required
  • 19. SIM Discontinue Vehicle Registration & DoD Decals– Procedures for military and their family members assigned to Reserve and National Guard units: • No DES screening/recommendation required • Applicants report to the Nimitz (JBPHH) Pass and ID office (located at 1250 South Drive Bldg. 3455, Honolulu, HI 96818; hours of operation: Mon-Fri, 0730-1530, 808-471-2197 or 808-471-9140 • Current military or dependent ID card required • DD 1409 signed and approved by their reserve unit-authorizing official • Current driver’s license, vehicle registration, proof of safety inspection, valid insurance are required– JBPHH agreed to provide DoD decals to Soldiers and their family members those who frequent JBPHH– Approval of request will be based on required or desired usage. JBPHH is the final approval authority
  • 20. SIM Discontinue Vehicle Registration & DoD Decals– Procedures for Soldiers and their family members not assigned to JBPHH: • DES screening and recommendation required • Applicants report to BLDG 79, Schofield Barracks (email option to get request) • Current driver’s license, vehicle registration, proof of safety inspection, valid insurance are required– Personnel requesting a decal will be screened/vetted by DES who will then issue a memorandum to JBPHH Access Control Office. Soldiers and family members can obtain the required documents at building 79, Schofield Barracks, near Foote gate, 808-655-8405, Mon-Fri, 0800-1600 or by e-mail at jose.m.javier2.civ@mail.mil to obtain the electronic request document. Completed request document will need to be turned in CPL Javier at building 79, Schofield Barracks– Once/if the request has been recommended for approval and signed, the memorandum can be picked up at building 79 or can be emailed to the applicant
  • 21. SIM Firearms Registration• Personally owned firearm registration will be done at either the Schofield Barracks or Fort Shafter PMO• All personally owned firearms must first be registered with Honolulu Police Department IAW Hawaii Statute. – Bring personally owned firearms to HPD HQ in a case (without ammo) to register within 72 hours of the personally owned firearms arriving on the island – Bring the HPD registration to either PMO to register on post (don’t bring the personally owned firearms) within those same 72 hours – Maintain the registration paperwork; you will need it when you PCS
  • 22. Access Control AO - North AO - South GATE M-F SA-SU GATE M-F SA-SU * LYMAN GATE (SB) 24 HRS 24 HRS BUCKNER GATE (FS) 24 HRS 24 HRS * KAWAMURA GATE (WAAF) 24 HRS 24 HRS FS FLATS (FS) 24 HRS 24 HRS * MACOMB GATE (SB) 24 HRS 24 HRS TAMC GATE (TAMC) 24 HRS 24 HRS * HMR GATE (HMR) 24 HRS 24 HRS PATCH GATE (FS) 0500 – 2130 CLOSED * MCNAIR GATE (SB) 0500 – 2130 CLOSED AMR REAR GATE 0500-2200 0500-2200 * FOOTE GATE (SB) 0500 – 2130 0500 – 2130 • KUNIA GATE (WAAF) 0500 – 2130 0500 – 2130•Lyman gate VCC is open 24 hrs.•Foote Gate hours of operation are from 0500-2130. UNCLASSIFIED
  • 23. SIM Crime Tip Reporting 24/7/365• Anonymous Crime Tip Program: https://www.tipsoftonline.com Click on “Submit a Web Tip” upper right button• DES on FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/#!/DES.USAG.HI• DES on TWITTER: http://twitter.com/#!/USAG_HI_DES
  • 24. SIM Crime Rate Per 1,000 Population AREA PROPERTY VIOLENT CRIMES RATIO CRIMES RATIO AO North 14.6 .97HPD / District 2 34.9 2.77 AO South 9.6 .77HPD District 5 28.4 2.59 Property Crimes = Burglary, Housebreaking, Larceny Private & Govt. Property and Damage to Private Property, Auto Theft Violent = Aggravated Assault , Rape , Murder and Robbery
  • 25. SIM Tell us what you think; say it on ICEFill out a card or log on to: http://ice.disa.mil
  • 26. SIM Conclusion•Always Remain Vigilant•Questions for DES Operations? •Contact Mr. Fred Makinney 656.6750•AO North Operations •CPT Dinger 655.9496 •Police Desk 655.7114
  • 27. SIMHui `O Na Wahine Spouses Club Christmas Themed Luncheon Holiday lunch with Christmas trivia. Purse Game, opportunity drawings Shopping with Hui vendors Reservations must be made by Thursday December 6th by noon Charity: Toys for Tots, new and unused toys
  • 28. SIMHui `O Na Wahine Spouses Club Closing for roof repairs and winter break from December 20- Jan 3 Having sales every week before closure! *Cannot accept mattresses, cribs, car seats of any kind, and all safety gear like helmets
  • 29. SIM Don’t forget to pick up a college education on your next trip to the commissary!The Scholarships for Military Children Program can help with a $1,500 scholarship! For information, contact Schofield Commissary, or visit the program website at www.militaryscholar.org or www.commissaries.com. Application deadline: Feb. 22, 2013
  • 30. SIM Commissary Holiday Schedule• Monday December 24, 2012 9:00-17:00• Tuesday December 25, 2012 CLOSED• Tuesday January 1, 2013 CLOSED
  • 31. SIM• December 1 Holiday In Paradise - AMR Community Center, 9AM•December 1 NFL Pro Bowl Tickets @ Leisure Travel Services• December 1 FREE Ladies Golf Lesson - Leilehua Golf Course, by appt 655-4653• December 1 Holiday Pro Shop Sale– Leilehua Golf Course, 1:30 PM• December 1 Army Intramural Sports •Men’s & Women’s Intramural Basketball League, Entry Deadline Jan 4•December 1 Richardson Pool Temporary Pool Closure Visit: www.himwr.com for additional information and other programs
  • 32. SIM• December 3 Basketball Court Reopening – Martinez PFC, 12PM• December 4 Quilting/Sewing - SB Arts & Crafts Center, 655-4202 to register•December 6 Schofield Tree Lighting & Toy Giveaway – Generals Loop, 6PM •Children ages 6 weeks to 18 years enrolled with Child, Youth and School Services are eligible. Registration will be checked. One toy per child.•December 8 Read to the Dogs – SGT Yano Library, 11AM, to register 655-8002•December 8 Intro to Kayaking w/ Outdoor Recreation, to register 655-0143 Visit: www.himwr.com for additional information and other programs
  • 33. SIM• December 11 BOSS Blood Drive – Tropics Warrior Zone, 10AM – 2PM• December 12 After School Crafting - SGT Yano Library- 3pm•December 24 Single Soldier Christmas Party - Tropics Warrior Zone- 8AM – 7PM•December 31 New Year’s Eve Bash– Schofield Bowling Center, 8PM, 655-0573 for lane reservations BLUE STAR CARD - SPECIAL EVENTS & ACTIVITIES o December 11 Walk of the Wait – Ala Moana Shopping Center o December 18 Ugly Holiday Sweater Party – ACS Training Center Visit: www.himwr.com for additional information and other programs
  • 34. SIM• December 1 Holiday In Paradise - AMR Community Center, 9AM•December 1 NFL Pro Bowl Tickets @ Leisure Travel Services•December 1 Army Intramural Sports •New Year’s Softball Tournament, Entry Deadline December 21•December 1 Winter Bowling Birthdays - Fort Shafter Bowling Center – 438-6733 for reservations Visit: www.himwr.com for additional information and other programs
  • 35. SIM•December 6 Holiday Tree Lighting - Palm Circle, 6PM •Children ages 6 weeks to 18 years enrolled with Child, Youth and School Services are eligible. Registration will be checked. One toy per child.• December 13 Meet Santa Claus - Fort Shafter Library, 3PM – 4PM•December 31 New Year’s Eve Bash– Schofield Bowling Center, 8PM, 655-0573 for lane reservations Visit: www.himwr.com for additional information and other programs
  • 36. SIMBLUE STAR CARD - SPECIAL EVENTS & ACTIVITIESo December 11 Walk of the Wait – Ala Moana Shopping Centero December 18 Ugly Holiday Sweater Party – ACS Training Center Visit: www.himwr.comfor additional information and other programs
  • 37. SIM Family and MWR December Community Information Additional Ways to Receive Information:Web: www.himwr.com “LIKE” MWR Hawaii Follow us @fmwrarmyhawaii Pinterest.com/fmwrhawa ii
  • 38. SIM Child, Youth & School Services (CYS Services) Updates and Important Events Parent’s Night Out Aliamanu CDC/SAC: December 8 (1800-2300) Bowen CDC/Schofield SAC: December 15 (1800-2300) *Note permanent change in location from Schofield CDC to Bowen CDC on Lyman Road Housing Care Schofield CDC: December 15 (0900-1400) Mini-Sports Registration for Baseball 18 December 2012 – 8 January 2013 HOLIDAY CLOSURES: December 25 in Observance of Christmas UNCLASSIFIEDDebra Blanchard/IMPC-HAW-MWC/(808) 656-0093 (DSN 456)/debra.l.blanchard2.naf@mail.mil 1 of 1