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ARC Automation Security & Electrical HQ

Arc have been supporters of the Police Managers' Guild Trust and our Crime Prevention Campaigns since 2004. Their efforts have reduced crime and saved lives in the Waikato, Coromandel, Auckland and Bay of Plenty areas. Thank you for everything you've done for your community!

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Colin & Antoinette Young, Owners and operators of ARC

POLICE MANAGERS' GUILD TRUST NEWS

Brian Hartley and John Palmer life membership awards

Brian Hartley (top) John Palmer (bottom) Dave Allo (right)

Brian Hartley and John Palmer Life Membership Awards

The Police Managers' Guild Charitable Trust was established in November 1996 to provide financial support to worthy causes, individuals and community organisations. 

In addition, the Police Managers' Guild Trust is New Zealand's foremost provider of free crime prevention and safety education to the the Kiwi public.

Brian Hartley was the Guild President at the time and was instrumental in having the Trust formed. Twenty three years later Brian is still a Trustee and very involved in the work of the Trust

John Palmer MNZM was elected as a Trustee in 1998 and to this day is still a very active member of the Trust Board.

Dave Allo was the first Trust Treasurer and held his position from 1996 to 2009.

Mid 2019 the PMGT Board recognised Brian and John's outstanding service by making them Life Members of the Trust, the first of such awards. For Dave's excellent service and 13 years of hard work the Board thanked him with a Meritorious Service Award.

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People who self-harm are not weak or crazy or attention-seeking. They are overwhelmed by how they’re feeling and it’s a way they hope will help them feel better. While self-harm may help in the short term, it is not a healthy or sustainable way to deal with problems or emotions. Anybody can call these help services, whether it’s someone who needs support or somebody wanting to help a loved one: https://pmgt.org.nz/directory/#mental-health-directory
Thank you to B.O.P Memorials Ltd, Pyrotek, and Korowai Aroha - Health Centre for supporting our organisation.

People who self-harm are not weak or crazy or attention-seeking. They are overwhelmed by how they’re feeling and it’s a way they hope will help them feel better. While self-harm may help in the short term, it is not a healthy or sustainable way to deal with problems or emotions. Anybody can call these help services, whether it’s someone who needs support or somebody wanting to help a loved one: pmgt.org.nz/directory/#mental-health-directory
Thank you to B.O.P Memorials Ltd, Pyrotek, and Korowai Aroha - Health Centre for supporting our organisation.
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Self harm can become addictive behaviour, its a private thing a secret act, you may not even know there is an issue..... You need to look for the tell tale signs, mood swings, long sleeves and long pants in the warmer weather.... Irritability, lack of interest in favourite things - sport, hanging out with friends, isolating themselves, tearful, emotionally lost, self loathing..... Attention seeking is a terrible way to describe it, unless you have suffered yourself or walked beside someone who has, you will know its nothing to do with showing off and they certainly not intending to draw attention to themselves in anyway shape of form.. All they are doing is "coping", self-harm is how they cope, it is like a release valve, they could be trying to feel something, anything! Trying to endure physical pain as it is easier to do than trying to address the mental and emotional pain.... They feel shame, they don't want loved ones to know what they are doing because they don't want them to worry or feel disappointed in them. They find it easier to hurt themselves than it is to hurt you....<3 Yes the issue needs addressing and yes it is sadly becoming more and more popular for troubled kids....

As a former self harmer I totally agree

Totally agree.

What's being done in terms of front line officer's receiving training in situations where self harm is a theat?

Do you think video games are getting too similar to gambling? Watch this video and tell us your thoughts! SciShow Gambling helplines: pmgt.org.nz/directory/#gambling-directory
Thank you to Salt church, NZWindows, and PKF Rutherfords for supporting our organisation.
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21 detailed tips on talking to your teen about drugs: https://pmgt.org.nz/teen-safety/#Drugs
Thank you to OPSM, Marlborough Family Chiropractic, and Wairoa College for supporting our organisation!

21 detailed tips on talking to your teen about drugs: pmgt.org.nz/teen-safety/#Drugs
Thank you to OPSM, Marlborough Family Chiropractic, and Wairoa College for supporting our organisation!
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Check them out...who are their peers... Encourage Support/look after one another.. Be an example...check in with them...

Start talking early!

Everyones experience with PTSD is different. A great first step to help somebody who’s struggling is to gently reach out to them - let them know you’re there to talk if they need to. Click here now and learn about PTSD: https://pmgt.org.nz/mental-health/
Thank you to Kensington Fitness, Tarawera Medical Centre, and ITM for supporting our mental health information.

Everyone's experience with PTSD is different. A great first step to help somebody who’s struggling is to gently reach out to them - let them know you’re there to talk if they need to. Click here now and learn about PTSD: pmgt.org.nz/mental-health/
Thank you to Kensington Fitness, Tarawera Medical Centre, and ITM for supporting our mental health information.
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Thank you ..... I try to get past... and out of the blue I get a phone call ..... 35yrs later... bang here I am again

Change families if you need to, to get people who support you.

It’s awkward but necessary - talk to your child about the pressure of sending nudes: https://pmgt.org.nz/online-safety/#Nudes-and-sexting
Thank you to Embrace Orthodontics, Scott Williams Motors Ltd, and SJ Allen Holdings Ltd for supporting our organisation.

It’s awkward but necessary - talk to your child about the pressure of sending nudes: pmgt.org.nz/online-safety/#Nudes-and-sexting
Thank you to Embrace Orthodontics, Scott Williams Motors Ltd, and SJ Allen Holdings Ltd for supporting our organisation.
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Would you know if elder abuse was occurring? Click here to read 10 signs of elder abuse: https://pmgt.org.nz/ageing-safely/
Thank you to Wakefield Homestead, Alexander House Rest Home, and Highgrove Village & Patrick Ferry House for supporting this education.

Would you know if elder abuse was occurring? Click here to read 10 signs of elder abuse: pmgt.org.nz/ageing-safely/
Thank you to Wakefield Homestead, Alexander House Rest Home, and Highgrove Village & Patrick Ferry House for supporting this education.
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Yes, but trying to convince Age Concern elder abuse is happening is another thing when there is a narcissist caring for the aged person.

Yes I would know.

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