Tawa Community Patrol

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Tawa Community Patrol
255 days ago

Become a patrol volunteer

Darryl Smith from Tawa Community Patrol

We are currently recruiting for more volunteer patrollers for both our day and night patrols!

If you can spare at least three hours once a month for a patrol shift as well as attending a monthly training meeting with other patrollers, get in touch with us today to find out more!

Acting as the … View more
We are currently recruiting for more volunteer patrollers for both our day and night patrols!

If you can spare at least three hours once a month for a patrol shift as well as attending a monthly training meeting with other patrollers, get in touch with us today to find out more!

Acting as the 'eyes and ears' of the New Zealand Police with full friendly training provided, you will always be paired with another patroller while on patrol.

If you'd like to find out more, please get in touch today! More info can be found on our website as well as our join form at www.tawacp.org.nz...
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255 days ago

National Volunteer Week

Darryl Smith from Tawa Community Patrol

We'd like to say a huge thanks to our awesome patrol volunteers who give up their time to help patrol the streets of Tawa (and sometimes beyond!).

National Volunteer Week celebrates the collective contribution of the 1.2 million volunteers who enrich Aotearoa New Zealand.

National Volunteer … View more
We'd like to say a huge thanks to our awesome patrol volunteers who give up their time to help patrol the streets of Tawa (and sometimes beyond!).

National Volunteer Week celebrates the collective contribution of the 1.2 million volunteers who enrich Aotearoa New Zealand.

National Volunteer Week 2019 runs from June 16-22. This year’s theme is “Whiria te tangata – weaving the people together”. Volunteering, Mahi Aroha and social action weave people and communities together.

Join us this National Volunteer Week to stand together in our differences and choose to connect.

If you'd like to join us as a volunteer patroller (or know anyone who does), feel free to get in touch today! More info at www.tawacp.org.nz...

270 days ago

Police seek witnesses after attempted aggravated robbery in Tawa

Darryl Smith from Tawa Community Patrol

Wellington Police are appealing for witnesses following an attempted aggravated robbery in Tawa last week.

Around 9:15pm on Tuesday 28 May, a man was using the BNZ ATM on Main Road when he was approached by a man and a woman on a small motorcycle.

The pair demanded money, and punched and pushed … View more
Wellington Police are appealing for witnesses following an attempted aggravated robbery in Tawa last week.

Around 9:15pm on Tuesday 28 May, a man was using the BNZ ATM on Main Road when he was approached by a man and a woman on a small motorcycle.

The pair demanded money, and punched and pushed the man to the ground when he refused to hand it over.
The man was able to defend himself and the pair fled on the motorcycle empty-handed.

The victim sustained minor injuries during the incident.
Police would like the public’s help to identify the two offenders.

The male offender was described as Caucasian, around 172 cm tall, of slim build and wearing a black jacket and a black motorcycle helmet.

The female offender was described as around 178 tall, of medium build, wearing black jeans, a black jacket and a black motorcycle helmet.

Their vehicle was described as a small black motorcycle or moped. 

“It is fortunate the victim was not seriously injured.
Police ask anyone who may have witnessed the incident or seen the pair on the motorcycle, or can identify them, to get in contact. 

“People with information can call Wellington CIB Crime Squad on 04 381 2077 or report anonymously via Crime stoppers on 0800 555 111.”

390 days ago

Recruiting for New Patrollers

Darryl Smith from Tawa Community Patrol

We are currently recruiting for more volunteer patrollers - for both day and night patrols.

Full friendly training is provided. All our patrollers will always patrol in pairs and you also get to interact with local Police. We don't get involved with anything more than just acting as the … View more
We are currently recruiting for more volunteer patrollers - for both day and night patrols.

Full friendly training is provided. All our patrollers will always patrol in pairs and you also get to interact with local Police. We don't get involved with anything more than just acting as the 'eyes and ears' for the Police.

If you have any more questions, feel free to send us a message via Facebook messenger and we'll be happy to answer them.

If you can spare at least 3 hours once a month to patrol and are interested in joining our friendly and welcoming team, please get in touch today!

Simply complete the form on our website at www.tawacp.org.nz... and we will be in touch to discuss further.

459 days ago

Something lost or vandalised? Report it online!

Darryl Smith from Tawa Community Patrol

Members of the public can now make reports online through a new reporting tool on Police’s website.

The tool can be used to report lost property and property damage.

The current offering is being run as a trial, though Police plans to expand the service so people can make other non-emergency … View more
Members of the public can now make reports online through a new reporting tool on Police’s website.

The tool can be used to report lost property and property damage.

The current offering is being run as a trial, though Police plans to expand the service so people can make other non-emergency reports online.

“We aspire to be the world’s safest country and have the trust and confidence of all.

To achieve this, our commitment to service must be central to everything we do.

Online reporting is part of our plan to transform the services we provide to the public,” says Assistant Commissioner: Service, Jevon McSkimming.

“We want New Zealanders to be able to connect with us anywhere, anytime.

Digital technologies present new opportunities for us to provide new and improved ways to access and receive policing services.”

The public will still be able to make reports through their local police stations or over the phone.

To access Online Reporting go to online.police.govt.nz...

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