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Guy Fawkes today! Stay Safe, Be Prepared and have fun responsibly when using fireworks. Be considerate to your neighbours and animals. Check your environment before using fireworks!
Te Awamutu Police & CommSafe spent the day connecting with the community across Te Awamutu. We delivered information, talked to residents and gained new members. If you need information about support agencies available to the community contact me.
Have you moved house? Has your email changed? Does your landline no longer exist? Please remember to update us with your details. Also check with your neighbours & friends. Simply LOG IN to CommSafe and update these or send an email and I can help.
Pirongia Community Association invited us to attend their meeting on Community Safety. We discussed Neighbourhood Support and how we can grow this within the Pirongia Village. Community Constable Ryan Fleming reminded us that we must inform the Police about behaviour we witness. Do not hesitate to call 111.
Thank you for coming to the Te Rahu public meetings. It was great to meet you and know that we can grow the community spirit in the area. Thank you to the volunteers that I have spoken with who are joining the CommSafe team and participating in community patrols and monitoring the CCTV.
24 August 2020
Come along to your Neighbourhood Support Meeting for Te Rahu and surrounding roads. We have two venues so you can attend the venue that is closest to your home. Presented by CommSafe and Police.
Saturday 5th September
1.30pm at Te Rahu Village Hall (2119 Te Rahu Rd)
3.00pm at Pekerau Primary School (742 Te Rahu Rd)
(Covid19 Alert Level will be observed for that current date)
5 August 2020
Te Awamutu Constable Ryan Fleming issues a reminder to our community.
“This week highlights the need to call 111 with suspicious behaviour. Often, the part you see may be suspicious but inconsequential to you, but is the key piece of a larger puzzle. In short; we need to know. I urge all of you reading this to consider and call 111 if you see something happening. If it doesn’t look right, it probably isn’t.”
15th July 2020
Have you moved house? Has your email changed? Does your landline no longer exist? Please remember to update us with your details. Also check with your neighbours & friends. Simply LOG IN to CommSafe and update these or send us an email and we can help.
1st July 2020
CommSafe welcomes Mandy to the role as Community Safety Officer. Based in Kihikihi Mandy will co-ordinate Neighbourhood Support within our community.
The CommSafe trustees thank all sponsors and participants of the CommSafe Ambrose Charity Golf Tourment, proudly supported by Waipa Networks, held at Gener8 Te Awamutu Golf Club on Friday 22nd March 2019.
The tournament was a great success. We look forward to seeing everyone back next year.