CPNZ will not recommence Patrolling during level 3

The Police Operational team has asked that CPNZ not patrol during the level 3. Decisions by the Government and Police have had to be fluid by nature of the current emergency, and the recent decision to allow restricted patrolling during level 3 has been reversed and I...

Patrolling at Alert Level 3

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE BELOW INFORMATION HAS BEEN RETRACTED – PLEASE READ THE MOST RECENT UPDATE FOR CURRENT CORRECT INFORMATION To all Patrollers, Community Patrols of New Zealand can recommence patrolling activities when New Zealand moves to AL3 next Tuesday....

Message to Patrols Transition to Alert Level 3

To all Patrollers, I hope you are all well and cabin fever is not taking over any aspects of your journey through this emergency. Many of you will have worked extremely hard to keep your businesses afloat, as I have, and all of you will have focussed on family...
Safer Plates: Reducing Car Theft in Northland

Safer Plates: Reducing Car Theft in Northland

Whangarei Police and Community Patrol (CPNZ) Patrol members joined together at a fundraising BBQ outside Bunnings, Whangarei to inform locals about the importance of ‘Safer Plates’ on the 31st of August 2019.  The ‘Safer Plates’ event is run by Community Patrols...
The Importance of Community Cops working with CPNZ

The Importance of Community Cops working with CPNZ

Community Police officers work extremely closely with New Zealanders, often providing hands-on care to prevent crime in communities. One of Auckland’s most well known Community Cops is Constable Heber Gasu, who was the Glen Eden Community Cop for four and a half...