50 days ago

NZ Police Monthly newsletter - January

Colleen from Onehunga

Hi Neighbours,
Here's a message from Don Allan and I have attached the newsletter for you. Regards Colleen

Hi Everyone,

I am now back to community policing after being away for a few weeks of annual leave.
I have managed to put together your newsletter covering property crime within our suburb reported to Police over the January 2021 period.
If you have any concerns about local crime in your neighbourhoods and would like to get together to discuss prevention initiatives with your perspective neighbourhood Support groups, neighbours or community groups please contact me directly.

Have a great weekend and keep safe.

Kind regards
Don

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