Tawa Community Patrol

Join us as a Volunteer Community Patroller!

Are you wanting to give back to your community? We are currently recruiting for more Volunteer Community Patrollers. We have shift options that include both day and night patrols, across all 7 days of the week.

If you:

  • Live in the Tawa area (although we will consider applications from those who live near the Tawa area on a case-by-case basis)
  • Are at least 18 years of age
  • Can patrol at least two x 3 hour shifts per month
  • Can attend bi-monthly training meetings throughout the year
  • Are computer & smartphone literate
  • Can pass a Police vetting check

Full training is provided - you will be buddied up with an experienced patroller to teach you everything you need to know, and patrollers always patrol in pairs using our distinctively marked patrol car.

To find out more, click the Join Us button below, complete the form and one of our recruitment coordinators will be in touch to discuss further.

Join us as a Volunteer Patroller

Community Cam

Community Cam is a voluntary, not for profit community initiative where people can register a property with CCTV, and upload CCTV footage, to help solve crime in their neighbourhood.

When a crime is committed, the NZ Police can refer to Community Cam to quickly identify CCTV locations of registered users in and around the scene of the crime. This then allows the police to contact you to help with an investigation.

Your details are confidential and secure. Only the NZ Police can see your information and, if you choose to upload your CCTV footage, the footage is password protected for your security. Community Cam just lets them know who owns a CCTV system to save valuable time door-knocking.

Click here to learn more or register your camera

Get fuel discounts and give back to Tawa Community Patrol with Kora

Great news! Now you can save every time you fill up and support Tawa Community Patrol at the same time with Kora! Tell your friends and neighbours and they too can save and help the Patrol.

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