Manurewa Crime Watch Patrol
Manurewa Crimewatch Patrol was established by local Manurewa residents in December 2000 in response to a growing crime trend in Manurewa.
The patrol was formed with the assistance of the Manurewa Police and the Manurewa MP George Hawkins.
Our patrol is an affiliated member of Manukau Crime Watch Patrols . This means that all our members have had Police clearances and learn appropriate ways of dealing with criminal and antisocial behaviours. Our patrol is a voluntary group made up of local residents.
Manurewa Crimewatch Patrol has a walking patrol and two patrol cars. They have been sign written with our name and the names of our main sponsors.
We patrol in the business and residential areas of Manurewa Ward of Manukau City, including schools, churches, parks and commercial properties.
Botany Crime Watch Patrol work with Police on Operation “Focus”
Botany Crime Watch Patrol work with Police on Operation “Focus” Ten Botany Crime Watch (BCWP) patrollers had the opportunity to work with members of the New Zealand Police on an operation focussed on reducing the theft of personal property from private and contractor’s vehicles. Before commencing the patrol Police briefed the team at our temporary patrol base in Botany Town
Botany Crime Watch volunteers have a new patrol base at the Botany Town Centre
Botany Crime Watch volunteers have a new patrol base at the Botany Town Centre The office, at the rear of the food court, was officially opened last Friday. Dick Marshall, chairman of the Botany Crime Watch Patrol said when the first car patrol was established in April 2004 “we broke every rule in the book,