Community Patrols
of New Zealand

Community Patrols
of New Zealand

Auckland Central Community Patrol

About Us

The Auckland Central Community Patrol is a dedicated group of individuals committed to fostering a safer and more secure environment for everyone in our vibrant city. Our volunteers are the extra eyes and ears for the New Zealand Police, actively patrolling the streets, and contributing to the overall well-being of the community.

 

What We Do

The Auckland Central Community Patrol actively contributes to the safety initiatives in Auckland’s city centre. Covering wide and diverse areas such as Britomart, Viaduct/Waterfront, Wynyard Quarter, Karangahape Road, Queen Street, Federal and Elliot St, Fort St area, High St district, Parnell, Freemans Bay and Ponsonby Rd, our dedicated volunteers play a crucial role in ensuring a safer and vibrant environment. Engaging in high-visibility partnership days, coordinating with key stakeholders, and actively participating in ongoing safety initiatives, the patrol focuses on proactive patrolling, addressing anti-social behavior, and maintaining a visible presence. With operational hubs strategically located in Queen’s Wharf, High Street, and Queen Street, the patrol not only prioritises safety but also actively engages with the community to create a secure and connected city centre.

High-Visibility Partnership Days

The Auckland Central Community Patrol takes a lead role in the ‘Together for Tāmaki Makaurau’ collaborative initiative, partnering with Auckland Council, NZ Police, government agencies, Heart of the City, Karangahape Business Association and social support services to enhance safety from Karangahape Road to the waterfront. Prioritizing safety in diverse areas is a top concern for Auckland Council and Mayor Wayne Brown, emphasizing the need for a secure environment for residents, businesses, and visitors.

As a proactive measure, the patrol actively participates in weekly high-visibility partnership days, held leading up to Christmas, where they collaborate with Auckland Council CityWatch, Compliance teams, Police, and Māori Wardens. These initiatives, addressing anti-social behavior, set conduct expectations, and contribute to a safer city centre.

These partnership days signify a reinforced collaboration, extending beyond the festive season into the new year. The Auckland Central Community Patrol plays a vital role in this ongoing effort, ensuring a proactive and visible presence in specified areas, actively contributing to a secure and vibrant city centre.

How You Can Get Involved

Volunteer Opportunities

Join our dynamic team and make a difference in Auckland Central!

By becoming a volunteer, you contribute to the safety and well-being of our community. Whether you have a few hours a week or a month to spare, your commitment matters.

Benefits of Volunteering

  • Community Impact: Contribute to creating a safer and more connected Auckland Central.
  • Skill Development: Gain valuable skills in patrolling, communication, and emergency response.
  • Networking: Build meaningful connections within the community and with like-minded individuals.

Enquire About Becoming a Patroller

Ready to make a positive impact? Contact us to become a volunteer with the Auckland Central Community Patrol. Your dedication can help shape a safer and more secure environment for everyone.

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Our Supporters

Gratitude to our dedicated supporters whose unwavering commitment empowers us to create safer, more caring communities together.

Heart of the City, a partner of CPNZ, collaborates with others to ensure the city centre is a vibrant, enjoyable and safe place for people.

Underground Boxing shares CPNZ’s commitment to a safer Auckland Central. Underground Boxing have created a family-oriented community at their Durham Lane gym that enhances physical health, fitness, and mental well-being of their gym members, while also actively supporting community patrols to do the same.

Stay Connected

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Postal Address

Community Patrols of New Zealand
NZ Police National Headquarters
180 Molesworth St
Post Box 3017
Wellington
6140

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National Office: Monday - Friday, 9am-5pm

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