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27 days ago

Local collection events - Amnesty and Buy-back

Social Media Advisor from New Zealand Police

Over the next three months New Zealanders have the opportunity to ensure that all prohibited firearms are removed out of our communities.

We know that the firearms community are good New Zealanders who want to do the right thing.

These local collection points are the opportunity to do just … View more
Over the next three months New Zealanders have the opportunity to ensure that all prohibited firearms are removed out of our communities.

We know that the firearms community are good New Zealanders who want to do the right thing.

These local collection points are the opportunity to do just that.

We look forward to working with all our communities across Aotearoa as part of this journey.

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79 days ago

A new way to report lost property to Police

New Zealand Police

Lost something? You can now report lost property to Police at police.govt.nz. Whether it’s your phone, a wallet or your keys that you’ve lost, you can now let Police know without picking up the phone. As well as reporting lost property, you can also report non-emergencies like theft, vandalism … View moreLost something? You can now report lost property to Police at police.govt.nz. Whether it’s your phone, a wallet or your keys that you’ve lost, you can now let Police know without picking up the phone. As well as reporting lost property, you can also report non-emergencies like theft, vandalism and shoplifting online, as well as get updates on a Police report you’ve already made. Just remember, always call 111 in event of an emergency. Find out more here. Find out more

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126 days ago

Can you help us with our investigations?

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Police would like to hear from anybody who may have seen, heard or have any information on the Christchurch attacks of 15 March.

People with information that can help the investigation can now use a dedicated form on the NZ Police website here

This form can be used to submit information, … View more
Police would like to hear from anybody who may have seen, heard or have any information on the Christchurch attacks of 15 March.

People with information that can help the investigation can now use a dedicated form on the NZ Police website here

This form can be used to submit information, photos and/or documents. You can also use the form to tell us if you have video footage, which can be submitted separately.

People are advised that this is not an emergency channel and that if they see anything suspicious or need urgent help they should ring 111.

143 days ago

Don't be fooled by ticket scams

Social Media Advisor from New Zealand Police

Planning on going to Homegrown? Don’t be fooled by ticket scams.

Summer tends to be a high point for music lovers, with festivals, big-ticket stadium gigs and outdoor concerts throughout the warmer months.

But Police would like to remind Homegrown festival goers to be aware of ticket scams.

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Planning on going to Homegrown? Don’t be fooled by ticket scams.

Summer tends to be a high point for music lovers, with festivals, big-ticket stadium gigs and outdoor concerts throughout the warmer months.

But Police would like to remind Homegrown festival goers to be aware of ticket scams.

The types of scams vary – the tickets could be fake, you might pay cash but never receive a ticket, or the ticket may differ from what you thought you were buying.

Remember, don’t buy goods like tickets from anyone who you are unsure about, never pay money into another account without verifying who the account belongs to, and lastly – if an offer seems too good to be true, it probably is.

Police have contacted Homegrown organisers, who advise that Tixel is the only official re-seller of Homegrown tickets.

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221 days ago

Staying safe while surfing the net this summer!

Social Media Advisor from New Zealand Police

With the school holidays approaching parents are encouraged to have a think about what information they share online. Scammers may target parents, offering free tickets to family related activities, in order to gain private information.

Please remember:
- If it seems too good to be true, it very… View more
With the school holidays approaching parents are encouraged to have a think about what information they share online. Scammers may target parents, offering free tickets to family related activities, in order to gain private information.

Please remember:
- If it seems too good to be true, it very well may be
- If in doubt, don’t do it
- If they have asked for information in regards to your children, do not give this out
- If they request photos of your family, do not give them out
- If you are uneasy about anything they have asked, contact the site admin, block the person from your profile or phone, and advise police

Further information on online safety is available through www.netsafe.org.nz...

Anyone who believes they have been a victim of a crime, in person or online, should report the matter to their local Police.

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