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NEIGHBOURHOOD SUPPORT NEWSLETTER
WHITBY/PAPAKOWHAI/AOTEA/MANA/PLIMMERTON/PUKERUABAY/ HAYWARD'S/ PAUATAHANUI
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Crime stats for February 2015
This month has seen a reduction of offending in some areas but we
had a spike in Aotea because of some offenders targeting vehicles on
one particular night.
So apart from the one night, things are looking good and we hope the
trend continues.
Over the last couple of week I have had some good inquires about
Neighbourhood Support and general crime prevention advice.
This has been pleasing because it shows that our community is aware
of crime precautions and are looking after one another.
On the 1st of March I spent a few hours at the Aotea community day;
a few people came and chatted but not as many as I would have hoped.
Well I will keep it short this month so everyone has a good month and
you will hear from me next month.
WHITBY
02/02/2015
07/02/2015
10/02/2015
11/02/2015
13/02/2015
14/02/2015
14/02/2015
20/02/2015
23/02/2015
25/02/2015
25/02/2015

Theft
U/L Takes M/V
Theft
U/L Takes M/V
Shoplifting
Speaks Threateningly
Theft X Car
Speaks Threateningly
Wilful Damage
Theft X Car
Petrol Drive Off

Joseph Banks Drive
Navigation Drive
James Cook Drive
Lanyon Place
Whitby Mall
Leeward Drive
The Quarterdeck
Spinnaker Drive
Navigation Drive
Staithes Drive Nth
Omapere Street

02/02/2015
03/02/2015
03/02/2015
03/02/2015
03/02/2015
03/02/2015
03/02/2015
03/02/2015
03/02/2015
04/02/2015
10/02/2015
13/02/2015
28/02/2014

AOTEA/PAPAKOWHAI
Burglary
U/L Takes Bicycle
Theft X Car
Theft X Car
Theft X Car
Theft X Car
Theft X Car
Theft X Car
Theft X Car
Theft X Car
Threatening Behaviour
Wilful Damage
Burglary

Kinloch Place
Nelson Ave
Aotea Drive
Te Puia Drive
Te Puia Drive
Te Puia Drive
Nelson Ave
Te Puia Drive
Tasman Close
Te Puia Drive
Aotea Drive
Eskdale Road
Okowai Road

01/02/2015
01/02/2015
01/02/2015
02/02/2015
02/02/2015
03/02/2015
06/02/2015
09/02/2015
12/02/2015
12/02/2015
12/02/2015
19/02/2015
19/02/2015
20/02/2015
21/02/2015
22/02/2015
22/02/2015
24/02/2015
28/02/2015

PAREMATA/MANA
Petrol Drive Off
Burglary
Shoplifting
Petrol Drive Off
Petrol Drive Off
Petrol Drive Off
Wilful Damage
Petrol Drive Off
Theft X Car
Theft X Car
Wilful Damage
U/L Takes M/V
Theft X Car
Theft X Car
U/L Takes M/V
Wilful Damage
Wilful Damage
Petrol Drive Off
Petrol Drive Off

Mana Esplanade
Mana Esplanade
Mana Esplanade
Mana Esplanade
Mana Esplanade
Mana Esplanade
Mana Esplanade
Paremata Crescent
Mana Esplanade
Paremata Road
Tirowhanga Road
Acheron Road
Kiriwai Road
Mana Esplanade
Pascoe Street
Acheron Street
Paremata Crescent
Paremata Crescent
Mana Esplanade

08/02/2015
10/02/2015
13/02/2015
20/02/2015
25/02/2015

PAUATAHANUI/HAYWARDS
Burglary
Burglary
Fleeing Driver
Disorderly Behaviour
Burglary

Paekakariki Hill Road
Paekakariki Hill Road
Belmont Road
Paekakariki Hill Road
Brady's Road

08/02/2015
10/02/2015
14/02/2015
18/02/2015
27/02/2014

PLIMMERTON/PUKERUA BAY
Wilful Damage
Steyne Ave
Theft
Teihana Road
Wilful Damage
Haunui Road
Burglary
Elisabeth Street
Wilful Damage
State 1 Hwy

U/L = Unlawfully
M/V = Motor Vehicle

FACT SHEET

When to call Crimestoppers

Crimestoppers is an independent charity helping police and other law enforcement agencies to find
criminals and solve crimes.
Crimestoppers provides a safe, secure and anonymous way for people to report crime.
Information is passed on to the police in such a way that they do not know who provided it. It's a simple and
secure way of bringing criminals to justice without anybody knowing who the information came from.

When to call Crimestoppers



You know about a crime that has happened
You suspect a crime is being planned
You have information about something you think is illegal
You don't want to talk directly to the authorities

Call Crimestoppers when you are afraid to come forward and report details of a crime because of the potential
repercussions of doing so.

How to call Crimestoppers
People who want to pass on information about crime anonymously can do so by

calling the national 24/7 phone line 0800 555 111

sending information via the Crimestoppers Contact Crimestoppers Online form

You don't have to give your name or any personal information and calls cannot be traced. Every call is treated
with absolute anonymity so that nobody will ever know the identity of the caller except you, the caller.

When you need immediate help
You should call 111 when you need immediate help with a life threatening or time critical emergency.
See the fact sheet on When to call 111

For non-urgent situations
For non-urgent situations, you can personally visit or phone your nearest Police station. If you are ever
Genuinely in doubt about whether to call 111, police would prefer you did.

S. Bygate
Snr Constable
Porirua