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Volunteers Wanted

Bruce Hatrick from Bethlehem Community Patrol

The Bethlehem Community Patrol needs some new members of any age and gender over 18 who can commit to at least one patrol per month to support their community. Full training is given, and experienced patrollers and Police provide on-going guidance.

We patrol the following areas - Bethlehem, Bureta, Bellevue, Brookfield, Judea, Matua, Otumoetai, Sulphur Point, Te Puna, and other areas when requested by Police.

We are only a small group of around 20 volunteers and have just lost a couple of the team. Ideally we would like our Patrollers to do one patrol per month but some have volunteered to do more than one during June. Our aim is to have 3 patrols each week - 2 nights and 1 daytime.

If you are interested in learning more about us or would like to volunteer, please contact us.

We would also love to hear from any businesses that could help out with some funds to assist with our vehicle running costs. Each month it costs about a $150 to run our vehicle so we are always on the lookout for more $$.

Our contact details are listed under “Organisations” on Neighbourly or on our website www.bcp.org.nz...

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