Civil Defence alarm test this weekend – Rodney/Waitakere

Civil Def Auck CouncilOn Sunday 25 September we will be testing our public alerting systems; these tests are conducted twice a year at daylight saving time changes . This email is for your information and does not require any action from the CRG Groups.

The following systems will be publically tested on Sunday at 12 pm (at noon):
* Tsunami Sirens in Rodney and the Waitakere coastal areas
* SMS Text
* Email
* Facebook
* Twitter
* Red Cross Hazards App

Make sure you are subscribed to our alerts at: www.aucklandcivildefence.org.nz/emergency-status/subscribe-to-emergency-updates/
It is also a good time to let your friends and family know to make a plan at www.happens.nz
We have attached our media release which has additional information, including siren patterns and how they will sound in an emergency.

Kind regards,

Ani Brunet and the Community Resilience team

Burglaries for the week ending 21st August 2016

theft from vehiclesHere are the latest statistics regarding burglaries for the last week. House burglaries continue to be around the 42 mark, but the theft of cars and goods from cars have both dropped slightly.

Here is the list of streets involved.  If your street is featuring and you would like to do something about it, contact Lynn on info@nsupport.co.nz and she will explain what a group of three or four neighbours can achieve if they work together.

Burglary statistics for week ending 14th August

ThiefTHBBurglaries are up again his week by two.  Car thefts have dropped slightly, but thefts from cars have shot up which is a major worry if you are a tradesman and carry tools in your vehicle.

Here is the list of streets involved.  If your street is featuring and you would like to do something about it, contact Lynn on info@nsupport.co.nz and she will explain what a group of three or four neighbours can achieve if they work together.

Ten One – the NZ Police August 2016 newsletter

PoliceTenOneTHBNo. 405 August 2016

Welcome to the August 2016 issue of Ten One.

In this issue, we find out about Commissioner Mike Bush’s vision for a high-performance culture, share photos of our brilliant day celebrating the 75th anniversary of women in policing, look in at a royal residence as veteran officers’ service is recognised, see which of our people have earned New Zealand Bravery Awards and say farewell to one of our top detectives.  View it here….

MECOSS July Newsletter online

MecossTHBOut today – August’s newsletter is crammed full of interesting community news. Also included is an invitation to their 4th FREE Community Safety Breakfast to be held at the Howick Club, starting at 7:45am on Thursday, 25 August.

View it here……

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