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Crime and Safety One Year On: Public Forum

July 01, 2015 at 5:55 PM

The Waitakere Ethnic Board are hosting a Crime and Safety ‘One Year On’ forum at the Henderson Council Chambers’, 9 Henderson Valley Road, Henderson, on Wednesday 8th July 2015. The evening commences with networking/light supper from 6:00pm. Meeting starts 6:30pm.

With guest speakers Deputy Mayor Penny Hulse,  Waitemata District Commander Superintendent  Bill Searle, Waitemata Area Commander Inspector Scott Webb and Waitakere Prevention Manager Inspector Rob Cochrane of New Zealand Police, Tim Livingstone from Henderson Retailers Association and guest speakers  from within the local and ethnic communities.

Do you think that the situation in Henderson has improved or not enough has been done? Come along and hear about the changes that have been made to make Henderson safer.

Registration for this free information evening is essential for seating and catering purposes.

Phone (09) 836 0169 or email:  contact@waitakereethnicboard.org.nz



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