One of our key focusses is on crime prevention and security of our local business district. We want to ensure everyone feels safe to work and do business in Wiri.
Complete this quick Commercial Crime Prevention Checklist to receive crime prevention tips that specifically relate to you and your property – it should only take a couple of minutes and could save you a lot of time and money.https://forms.police.govt.nz/forms/commercial-premises-security-audit
Retail crime prevention checklist: https://webforms.police.govt.nz/en/form/retail-crime-prevention-checklist
Link to booklet provides information about how to protect your business and staff from crime and what to do if you are a victim.
Choosing a security provider: https://security.org.nz/public-info/accredited-members/
Using a security provider that is a member of the New Zealand Security Association (NSZA) is a simple way to ensure you are dealing with licensed professionals that have the relevant training, knowledge, ethics and responsibility which is critical for the safety of lives and protection of your property.
It is important to report criminal activity in our area – it helps with police intelligence and drives the allocation of resources and patrols to the Wiri area.
Call 111 if it’s an emergency or there is an offender present
Call 105 for the Crime Reporting Line for non-emergencies and after the event
Call 0800 555 111 for Crime Stoppers – give information without revealing your identity
Information needed when calling the Police
- Where and when the incident occurred
- What happened
- Description of the person and of the vehicle the offender(s) left in
A Language Line is available when you phone the Police – If you do not speak English, an interpreter is available Monday to Friday from 9am to 6pm and Saturday 9am to 2pm. Please ask for this when you are phoning Police
Report Cyber Crimes
Report cyber crimes to CERT NZ .
Should you witness any criminal activity within the district please contact our office on 09 262 0804 or P4G on 09 262 0333
Stolen vehicles – you can check if a vehicle is stolen on the Police website by entering an individual registration number, or an individual VIN, chassis or engine number (useful for scrap metal dealers and auto dismantlers).