- Publish Date
- Friday, 28 April 2017, 12:41PM
- By Bryan Ward
You can do something about crime
Are you worried about what might happen if you talk to the police about what you know? Maybe you’ve seen or heard something about a crime but don’t know what to do. Are you scared to come forward and be a witness? Would you say something if no-one knew it was you?
If you feel like this, it’s easy to think there is nothing you can do.
That’s where Crimestoppers can help.
Their independent charity provides a unique service to help you speak up. Tell us what you know, not who you are.
They don’t record any personal details about you. They simply pass on the information you have about crime whilst protecting your identity.
Your information makes a difference. It can help solve existing investigations or bring to light unknown criminal activity.
Bryan Ward is a Pan Auckland Community Constable across the Auckland area and has been a police officer for over 18 years.
Bryan has been a national trainer for the neighbourhood policing teams and community constables in the Police and developed and features in a children's safety television programme called Bryan and Bobby you can visit them on their website: www.bryanandbobby.co.nz
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