Tawa Community Patrol

Community Organisation

Tawa Community Patrol
111 days ago

Community Patroller Recruitment Open Afternoon

Patrol Coordinator from Tawa Community Patrol

We are recruiting for more day and night patrollers!

We are expanding our patrol operations to cover 7 days per week. To do this, we need more volunteer patrollers.

If you can:

• Patrol at least two shifts per month (we’re looking for more patrollers available between Sunday and Thursday … View more
We are recruiting for more day and night patrollers!

We are expanding our patrol operations to cover 7 days per week. To do this, we need more volunteer patrollers.

If you can:

• Patrol at least two shifts per month (we’re looking for more patrollers available between Sunday and Thursday nights, as well as after school times Monday to Friday in particular)

• Attend training meetings throughout the year

• Are computer & smartphone literate

• Pass a Police vetting check

If you, or anyone you know is interested in patrolling for us, please head along to our recruitment open afternoon:

Sunday 25 July 2021,
3.00pm-5.00pm,
Tawa Community Centre

You can ask any questions you like, hear from patrollers to see what is involved and sign up on the day.

From there, we will contact you with the next steps, ask you to complete some paperwork and invite you to an informal interview with our Patrol Coordinator.

We look forward to seeing you on Sunday 25 July!

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193 days ago

Recent Vehicle Related Crime

Patrol Coordinator from Tawa Community Patrol

There has once again been an increase in vehicle related crime across our area.

This includes stolen vehicles, vehicle break-ins and attempted crime.
A reminder not to leave any valuable items in your vehicle, locking your vehicle at all times when unattended and even think of further security … View more
There has once again been an increase in vehicle related crime across our area.

This includes stolen vehicles, vehicle break-ins and attempted crime.
A reminder not to leave any valuable items in your vehicle, locking your vehicle at all times when unattended and even think of further security measures such as having an alarm and/or steering wheel lock fitted on your vehicle.

And don't forget to report! Report any stolen or damaged vehicles to Police immediately. Remember, if it's happening now - call 111. If it's already happened, call 105. Non-urgent reports can also be made via the 105 website at: 105.police.govt.nz...

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288 days ago

Recruiting Volunteer Patrollers!

Patrol Coordinator 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 bi-monthly meetings with other patrollers, get in touch with us today to find out more!

Acting as the 'eyes… 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 bi-monthly meetings 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.

Got any questions? Feel free to ask us on Facebook Messenger and we'll get back to you.

If you're interested, please complete the Join Us form on our website at www.tawacp.org.nz...

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320 days ago

Tawa thefts from vehicles

Darryl Smith from Tawa Community Patrol

Recently, there have been several occurrences of thefts from vehicles around the region.

This is a timely reminder to ensure you remove all valuables from your vehicle as well as ensure it is always secured when unattended.

Always report suspicious activity to Police immediately if you see it … View more
Recently, there have been several occurrences of thefts from vehicles around the region.

This is a timely reminder to ensure you remove all valuables from your vehicle as well as ensure it is always secured when unattended.

Always report suspicious activity to Police immediately if you see it happening by calling 111, or if it's already happened, call 105.

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856 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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