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How to report a sexual assault to the Police

The Reporting Sexual Assault To Police series takes you through the process of reporting a sexual assault for adults 18 years and over. In STEP 1 Senior Sergeant Tania Van Ooyen offers reassurance, advice and outlines what happens when you first report a sexual assault.

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UC takes the issue of sexual assault and supporting victims of sexual assault seriously. Find more information here>

What is a great party?

What is a great party?

A party that is a roaring success. A party where everyone has a good time. A party where everyone gets home safely. A party that is remembered for the right reasons. A yellow and black party. A Good One party.

Good One is not “Big Brother”, or the “Fun Police”. It is a way to ensure your party is one where you have thought through the implications and responsibilities of throwing a party.

Police are there as a resource to help not hinder your perfect party plans.

 

Become the ‘Host with the Most’. The most food, the most neighbourly support, the most knowledge of who’s at your party, the most safely secured valuable possessions and the most back up if things go pear shaped.

Go to http://www.goodone.org.nz to register your party.

Look after your mates, they’ll look after you.

Driving safely in New Zealand

Heading out on the road over mid-term break? New to New Zealand? Welcome.

This country is renowned for its diverse and beautiful scenery, wonderful locations and fantastic people.

One of the best ways to experience and absorb the sights and sounds of this land is by driving. However New Zealand roads may be very different to those you may be used to driving on.

The New Zealand Police and the NZ Transport Agency (NZTA) are committed to ensuring all road users safely enjoy the driving experience.

Visiting drivers eligible to drive in New Zealand must have a current and valid overseas driver licence or international driving permit. If you’re here for more than 12 months, you’ll need to gain a New Zealand driver licence. 

Have a safe journey.