Wellington Metro Neighbourhood Police Team

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Wellington Metro Neighbourhood Police Team
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651 days ago

Notification - Police Training Exercise Arlington Apartments

Hamish Knight from Wellington Metro Neighbourhood Police Team

On Tuesday 28 May 2019 Police will conduct a training exercise at the disused area of the Arlington Apartment complex in Hopper Street, Wellington.

The training will be within the area shown below.

Police will be on site from mid-morning but will have an increased presence between noon and 4 pm… View more
On Tuesday 28 May 2019 Police will conduct a training exercise at the disused area of the Arlington Apartment complex in Hopper Street, Wellington.

The training will be within the area shown below.

Police will be on site from mid-morning but will have an increased presence between noon and 4 pm for the training exercise. This will include Police Officers carrying firearms.

Police exercise signs will be placed at the main entrance and prominent locations.

During these times you may hear loud bangs and raised voices which are part of the exercise.

If you have any queries or concerns please contact the Wellington Police Communications Centre on (04) 381-2000

Attached is the area of operations

Letter to Residents -Mt Cook (1).pdf Download View

749 days ago

Notification - Police Training Exercise - Arlington Apartments

Hamish Knight from Wellington Metro Neighbourhood Police Team

Hello residence and neighbours of Mount Cook

Please be advised that on 18 February 2019 the NZ Police will be conducting training at the old Arlington Apartments, Hopper St, Wellington.

The police team will be on site from about 10 am to 3 pm.

During these times you may observe … View more
Hello residence and neighbours of Mount Cook

Please be advised that on 18 February 2019 the NZ Police will be conducting training at the old Arlington Apartments, Hopper St, Wellington.

The police team will be on site from about 10 am to 3 pm.

During these times you may observe members of police carrying firearms and you may hear some loud bangs and noise coming from inside the venue.

We would like to reassure the public that these noises are part of regular police training and not to be alarmed.

If you have any queries or concerns please contact the Wellington Police Communications Centre on, (04) 381-2000 or Senior Constable Hodgkinson 0277 111 345.

Police apologise for any inconvenience during this time and thank you for your understanding.

Regards
Sgt Hamish KNIGHT

851 days ago

Notification- Police Training Exercise- Arlington Apartments

Hamish Knight from Wellington Metro Neighbourhood Police Team

Hello Residence and neighbours of Mount Cook,

Two further dates have been added to the training exercise at the old Arlington Apartments. These are the 9th and 12th of November.

Regards,

Hamish

1109 days ago

Tradies Tools Targetted

Hamish Knight from Wellington Metro Neighbourhood Police Team

Hi Thorndon and Kelburn Residence,

In the last 72 hours Police have received reports of Tradies tools being stolen from either vehicles or building sites in your area.



To prevent this please secure all tools on sites in a locked container or shed and look to have your work vehicle parked … View more
Hi Thorndon and Kelburn Residence,

In the last 72 hours Police have received reports of Tradies tools being stolen from either vehicles or building sites in your area.



To prevent this please secure all tools on sites in a locked container or shed and look to have your work vehicle parked off the street inside your property. 'Out of sight, out of mind'



On the 6th March at Placemakers Kaiwharawhara are hosting a Tradies breakfast where there is the opportunity to have your tools engraved, which make stealing tools less appealing and recovering tools back to the owner easier.



Thanks



Sgt Hamish KNIGHT

Wellington Police

1367 days ago

Know your neighbours

Hamish Knight from Wellington Metro Neighbourhood Police Team

Police are noticing a group of offenders operating within Wellington city. These offenders are tailgating residents into their buildings that have some form of controlled access, and then go on to commit crime once inside.

To prevent you, or your neighbours, becoming victims of crime please do… View more
Police are noticing a group of offenders operating within Wellington city. These offenders are tailgating residents into their buildings that have some form of controlled access, and then go on to commit crime once inside.

To prevent you, or your neighbours, becoming victims of crime please do the following:

Ensure doors are closed behind you once you have entered.
Question an unknown person’s authority for entry i.e. ask them to show their access/swipe card for the building.
Clear letter boxes
Arrange for a secure area for Courier packages to be dropped off

Police encourage residents to call us right away if they notice any suspicious people hanging around their properties.

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