The latest Shape Auckland newsletter has been published. Here are the topics and links.
Venue: Te Tuhi event centre auditorium, Reeves Road, Pakuranga Plaza
Date: Saturday 21st May
Time: 2pm to 5pm
We suggest you might be surprised at the number of voluntary organisations in our community and the range of work they do. It’s likely to be really wet on Saturday so why not visit the event centre and meet the people who help keep the “wheels” of our community turning smoothly.
- Responders on the level
- New recruit saves heart victim in her first week’
- CFIT – Fit for purpose training for new recruits’
- Police women – styles over the decades
- Infringement notices sent from the police mobile phones
- NZ looks worldwide for road policing methods
Auckland Council have started publishing a regular newsletter providing updates and information about the Unitary Plan. We think everyone should have a quick look at the newsletter as it has the potential to affect all of us who live in this vibrant and dynamic city.
The first newsletter can be viewed here…..
Learn about the volunteer community groups in Howick / Pakuranga that work closely with and support the Police in their efforts to make our neighbourhoods safe for all of us. Read the article here….
Many universities around the world rate the success of communities by the number of volunteer groups active in them. On The Beat – Volunteer Groups May 2016
By Police Sergeant Paul Devane – 25th April 2016
It’s great to be back in Manukau East after a year working in the Papakura
Schools will shortly be back for the new school term. Most kids will still be in
holiday mood. This may be a time when parents meet with some resistance
from their kids in actually getting up and going to school. It is of course
important for all kids to attend school every day that it is open. Read more…
The April NZ Police TenOne newsletter includes the following articles plus news from around the regions.
- Well done, Concord team – Milk Powder contamination
- He tangata, he tangata, he tangata – by Sergeant Tania Kingi
- Front counter safety trials on way – safety for customer service staff
- Big changes in media management
- Divers on safety drive
- Judge rules on gang firearms
- Bullying – all our responsibility
- For meritorious service
By Constable Merv Hotter
I sat back and looked at some of the families I have had to deal with over the years, in and out of the Police, and a few of them fit the criteria below. There are some simple and effective interventions along with positive ways to assist families in changing these behaviours and problems.
Read the complete article and the common sense suggestions included to help reduce the incidence of youth offending.
By Constable Anson Lin
Young children under 14 require constant supervision and they must not be left alone anywhere. Remember, unintentional injury is a leading cause of death and hospitalisation for children aged up to 14 years in New Zealand. We all live a fast paced life but I am sure a bit of forward planning can help us to avoid placing our children at risk.
In this issue Counties Manukau Police Superintendent talks about Health and Safety in Police work and how important it is to watch out for each other in the workplace. This issue also address the following topics.
- The Prime Ministers Youth Programme
- The everyday heroes event at Botany Town Centre
- Launch of the Manukau Childrens Team
- Launch of the National Family Violence scheme
- Launch of the new District Offenders Management System
- Police Service Awards issued in the area
- And many more items of interest.