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Police Minister To Visit North Shore-Waitakere

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OFFICE OF MINISTER OF POLICE

HON. GEORGE HAWKINS

Police Minister To Visit North Shore-Waitakere Police

Police Minister Hon. George Hawkins will visit North Shore-Waitakere police on Friday, January 28.

On Friday, George Hawkins will:
 arrive at North Shore-Waitakere police district police station at approximately 9am and from there will visit police stations in the district as arranged by the district manager Supt Olly Beckett
 arrive at Takapuna police station at approximately 1:30pm to meet with Olly Beckett and Northcote MP Anne Hartley on policing issues
 meet with North Shore mayor George Wood at approximately 2:30pm to discuss policing and civil defence matters.

“Over the next few months I intend to travel around the country visiting small police stations, from the Far North to the Chatham Islands,” George Hawkins says.

“On Friday I will visit police stations in west Auckland and North Shore City.

“It is important that as we rebuild policing in New Zealand, that I as Minister visit police stations and meet with local communities around the country. While there I will be listening and discussing each region’s grass roots policing and respective needs,” George Hawkins says.

ENDS

Press Secretary contact: Selwyn Manning, 025 270 9131.

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