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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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Drowning is the third most common cause of accidental death in New Zealand. Always remember the four rules of the Water Safety Code. Be prepared, watch out for yourself and others, be aware of the dangers, and know your limits. https://pmgt.org.nz/safer-communities/#Stay-safe-around-water

Thank you to Holiday Inn Auckland Airport, Gloss Boats Marine Spraying Specialists Ltd, and R J Preston Limited for supporting our Water Safety campaign.

Drowning is the third most common cause of accidental death in New Zealand. Always remember the four rules of the Water Safety Code. Be prepared, watch out for yourself and others, be aware of the dangers, and know your limits. pmgt.org.nz/safer-communities/#Stay-safe-around-water

Thank you to Holiday Inn Auckland Airport, Gloss Boats Marine Spraying Specialists Ltd, and R J Preston Limited for supporting our Water Safety campaign.
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Children and young people are now growing up in a technology-dominated world, and social media plays a major role in their social lives. This balanced guide focuses on both the positive and negative impacts that social media can bring to young people and their mental health. Download here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/17zkmHEyJ6JDQDHNr_xvSb-wyR8XcipvX/view

Thank you to Black Steel Mobile Ltd​, Byfords Construction 2014 LTD​, and www.accountantshb.co.nz for supporting our Online Safety campaign.

Children and young people are now growing up in a technology-dominated world, and social media plays a major role in their social lives. This balanced guide focuses on both the positive and negative impacts that social media can bring to young people and their mental health. Download here: drive.google.com/file/d/17zkmHEyJ6JDQDHNr_xvSb-wyR8XcipvX/view

Thank you to Black Steel Mobile Ltd​, Byfords Construction 2014 LTD​, and www.accountantshb.co.nz for supporting our Online Safety campaign.
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As a business owner and also a Father, I believe its really important that business owners support the community and encourage our future Kiwis to keep out of trouble and to keep them safe. This is a great charity I happily support and encourage everyone to get behind.

11 questions to ask yourself when hosting a teenage party: https://pmgt.org.nz/teen-safety/#Alcohol
Thank you to Astra Motor Lodge, Waiheke First National, and Warmup New Zealand for supporting our organisation.

11 questions to ask yourself when hosting a teenage party: pmgt.org.nz/teen-safety/#Alcohol
Thank you to Astra Motor Lodge, Waiheke First National, and Warmup New Zealand for supporting our organisation.
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How about limited...since this is still been promoted, food, transportation....

Dont get it...legal age is 18??

1. Walk 2. Drink it for then 3. Tell them to p off

Uber shotgun shotgun lol

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New Zealand Police Managers' Guild Trust
A free group therapy session is being offered for men in Christchurch on the last Monday of every month. So many men are struggling with violence, suicide, addiction and the group is an invitation for them to heal.

A free group therapy session is being offered for men in Christchurch on the last Monday of every month. "So many men are struggling with violence, suicide, addiction and the group is an invitation for them to heal."Dear Brother,

This is your INVITATION TO HEAL.

We are EXCITED to invite you to our very FIRST men’s monthly group session right here in Ōtautahi, (Christchurch, NZ) in collaboration with Mapu Maia + Aviva Families.

Each monthly session will have another special guest bro bravely sharing a bit of his story along with Phil, our resident therapist collaborating with Matt to facilitate group discussion in a safe + meaningful way. We’ll even have awesome male therapists following up with you between sessions if you need further support! YOU ARE NOT ALONE!

We can have hard conversations together as this is absolutely a safe place + a judgement free zone for any male 18+ in Christchurch wanting to heal.

2020 can be your year!

So if you are interested in connecting, healing + growing with other men who want to show up + do the work within then please join us!

This is FREE to attend + will be held on the last Monday night of each month at My Fathers Barbers. It’s our way of investing into the men in our city who want to heal for themselves + their whānau.

We see you brother!

We know that therapy can often be unaffordable or just not accessible so we got you! All you have to do is show up!

You are welcome + will be seen + heard!

Let’s Heal! 🖤

Please join our private forum for for info-
www.facebook.com/groups/534227637526769/?ref=share
*We are only accepting Canterbury males in this space.
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Such a good initiative!

Is any religion involved?

Chatting about mental health can feel really awkward, but it can also make a difference. This video is from www.seizetheawkward.org - they have awesome resources to help you start the conversation with a friend who you think may be struggling with their mental health. NZ based help services: pmgt.org.nz/directory/#mental-health-directory
Thank you to CDM, Centre 401 Trust, and Kapiti Flooring Xtra for supporting our Mental Health safety topic.
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Sometimes when people are suffering a mental health condition the police are not helpful. I realise they have to look out for everyone but sometimes the person that needs the most attention is the partner of the person with problems.

One of the main reasons teens send nude photos is because they feel like everyone else is doing it - even if they’re not. Research in NZ shows that although a lot of young people have been asked for nudes, only a small number have actually sent one. Learn about nudes and sexting: https://pmgt.org.nz/online-safety/#Nudes-and-sexting
Thank you to NES Network Electrical Servicing Ltd, Balclutha Windscreen N Glass, and Kokiri Training Centre for supporting our Online Safety topic.

One of the main reasons teens send nude photos is because they feel like everyone else is doing it - even if they’re not. Research in NZ shows that although a lot of young people have been asked for nudes, only a small number have actually sent one. Learn about nudes and sexting: pmgt.org.nz/online-safety/#Nudes-and-sexting
Thank you to NES Network Electrical Servicing Ltd, Balclutha Windscreen N Glass, and Kokiri Training Centre for supporting our Online Safety topic.
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Thank you. We are happy to support you to get these messages out into the community.

Important message here👍🏻 As a teacher of teens & a mother of a little boy - we do need to address this.

More publicity-maybe get TV shows like Shortland St to have episodes dealing with this? we're rtoo coy + ashamed!! + the predators play on this

Thanks for this post - such an important message.

ONLY ,what do you mean only ,if there are a million young folks thats ahuge number 4% = about 40,000

thats pretty dum must be up and coming red necks go the nats.

We really need to ban porn. It's screwing us.

Lisa TgaDiv Sarsfield something to add to one of your badges regarding personal safety???

so... the 4% of young people who partake in child porn... are they charged appropriately?

Way too many horrible people out there.We have to protect our pepe n tamariki allways socially...

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