Community Patrols
of New Zealand

Community Patrols
of New Zealand

Welcome

A Message from our Trust Board Chairman, Chris Lawton Welcome to our new website! We are still working hard on our new website to make sure it is an effective tool for us to use to communicate with the patrollers. A blog is the collection of...

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Hidden Away for 68 Years

Hidden Away for 68 Years   It's not every day you find a '29 Dodge Sedan hidden in a farm shed for 68 years.  That's exactly what happened during a chance conversation whilst on Patrol for two of our patrollers from Te Aroha Community Patrol. Click here...

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Identifying and Marking Your Valuables

Identifying and Marking Your Valuables Should the unforeseen happen and you need to make an insurance claim on your stolen property, you will be asked to prove that you owned the items you made a claim for.  Keep all receipts, warranties. a list of serial...

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Keeping Your Credit Cards and PIN Numbers Safe

Keeping Your Credit Cards and PIN Numbers Safe   Never tell anyone your PIN number and never write it down.  REMEMBER IT!!!!! If you lose your card, report it immediately to your bank and cancel it.  Keep in mind that your bank will never ask for you PIN...

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Theft from Vehicles

Thieves search vehicles for cash, credit cards, cheque books, sunglasses, sat nav systems, mobile phones, iPods, laptop computers, sports equipment, clothing and anything else of value left in a vehicle. To Reduce the Risk Always take your keys with you...

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Tips and Tricks on Keeping Yourself and Your Family Safe

Tips and Tricks on Keeping Yourself and Your Family Safe Protecting Your Home Always lock your doors and windows Lock your front door, even if you are home or in the garden Keep all tools and ladders locked away If possible keep your garden shed and garage...

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