After retiring from his position as a lieutenant with the Honolulu Police Department, Craig Clissold is working to share his knowledge and experience with those in the private sector to meet their security needs as well. Craig Clissold worked for 30 years with the Honolulu Police Department. During that time, especially in his position as a lieutenant, Craig Clissold worked closely with police department personnel in training and personnel development.
Craig Clissold was a valued and respected member of the Honolulu Police Department, known for his work ethic and dedication to the job. “I love helping others. The 30 years that I spent helping to keep Honolulu safe with the officers at the Honolulu Police Department were extremely fulfilling. Now that I’ve retired, I want to share my knowledge with the private sector and continue to do my part to keep Honolulu safe for all of us,” said Craig Clissold.
Craig Clissold is dedicated to helping others and keeping them safe. As a testament to that, Craig Clissold has always worked hard to be sure that he has the most up-to-date information and education to fulfill the role that he has taken on within the Honolulu community as fully as possible.
Craig Clissold has an Associate’s degree in Police Science as well as a Bachelor’s degree in Justice Management. Craig Clissold has represented the Honolulu Police Department at several national law enforcement events, including the World Trade Center Conference in 2001 and the 7th Annual International Asian Criminal Enterprise Conference in 1998. In 30 years, Craig Clissold has been responsible for keeping abreast of changes in the ever-changing world of law enforcement. Craig Clissold feels that having worked in this type of environment for such a long stretch of time allows him to adapt quickly and easily to new challenges and situations. “It’s one of the things that I enjoy most about law enforcement,” says Craig Clissold, “things are never dull and you almost never come in to the exact same day.”
Craig Clissold wants to continue sharpening his skills and seeks to apply them to new challenges and situations in the private sector.