Community Patrols
of New Zealand

Community Patrols
of New Zealand

About CPNZ

Who are Community Patrols of New Zealand?

 

Community Patrols of New Zealand (CPNZ) is a national organisation that was formed in 2001.  It supports over 5,000 volunteers in over 150 affiliated community patrols throughout New Zealand.

Community Patrols are organised and operated by their local communities and raise their annual operating expenses through local grants, sponsorships and donations.

Community Patrollers are volunteers working closely with Police as extra “eyes and ears” to assist Police and other agencies to build safer communities.

Community Patrols are independent from the Police but receive regular Police guidance, training and tasking.

Charity Details

 

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Awards

Roadshows 2018

Certificate of Appreciation
(L-R) Ivan Berryman, Mike Gilbertson, Alison Cadman & Chris Lawton

Certificate of Appreciation
(L-R) Barbara Lambert, Cheryl Watson & Chris Lawton

Certificate of Appreciation
(L-R) David Rolls, Sarah Mail & Chris Lawton

Certificate of Appreciation
(L-R) Chris Lawton, Pam Colenso & Pat Dette

Certificate of Appreciation
(L-R) Chris Lawton & Michael Johnson

Silver Shields
(L-R) Chris Lawton, Jeff Parsons, Lynn Neal and David Henson

Certificate of Appreciation
(L-R) Graeme Walmsley & Chris Lawton

 

Certificate of Appreciation
(L-R) Karen Mason & Chris Lawton

 

Silver Shield
(L-R) Rato Brajikovich & Chris Lawton