I'm sure you will all be with me when I say my thoughts are with the people and communities of Canterbury currently suffering from floods and heavy rains. The Trust Board is behind any Patrols working to assist their communities with extra funds if required. It...
This statement was originally published in the May 2021 Patroller Briefing. Thank you to all who provided excellent feedback on the EEE conference in Palmerston North. EEE indicated the upcoming focussed approach to training leadership in CPNZ Patrols. It is about...
3rd persons are now permitted in Patrol vehicles as ride alongs and trainees. This does NOT apply to Auckland Patrols
As Auckland has moved from Level 3 to Level 2.5, see here for the most current information regarding Patrolling activities.
In response to the alert levels being raised (AL3 for Auckland City and AL2 for the rest of NZ), CPNZ has released the following update about how this affects CPNZ patrolling.
Given the shift to Alert Level1, all restrictions on Patrolling have been lifted, with the exception of government requirements
Announcement of CPNZ recommencing Patrolling at COVID-19 Alert Level 2. This includes a document intended to guide Patrols through the safety requirements.
NZ Police have decided that CPNZ are not to recommence patrolling at level 3. CPNZ will now redraft plans for patrolling at level 2.
PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS INFORMATION HAS BEEN RETRACTED – PLEASE READ THE MOST RECENT UPDATE FOR CURRENT CORRECT INFORMATION
Update to all Patrols around the work being put in by the Trust Board and National Office to gain clarity around what Patrolling will look like in Level 3