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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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Free, nationwide gambling helplines: https://pmgt.org.nz/directory/#gambling-directory Take the first step towards recovery.
Thank you to Elements Lyall Bay, Jenlogix Ltd, and www.fenceworld.co.nz for supporting our organisation.

Free, nationwide gambling helplines: pmgt.org.nz/directory/#gambling-directory Take the first step towards recovery.
Thank you to Elements Lyall Bay, Jenlogix Ltd, and www.fenceworld.co.nz for supporting our organisation.
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Very happy to provide support for these initiatives

A common myth about PTSD is that people with PTSD are dangerous. They’re not. Aggression and psychosis are not symptoms of this disorder, and although movies may display people suffering from PTSD as “crazy” - this is not a diagnosis but rather a stigmatising and damaging label. Learn the truth about PTSD: https://pmgt.org.nz/mental-health/
Thank you to ICL Graduate Business School, B.O.P Memorials - The Bays Headstone Shop, and Naylor Lawrence & Associates for supporting our organisation.

A common myth about PTSD is that people with PTSD are dangerous. They’re not. Aggression and psychosis are not symptoms of this disorder, and although movies may display people suffering from PTSD as “crazy” - this is not a diagnosis but rather a stigmatising and damaging label. Learn the truth about PTSD: pmgt.org.nz/mental-health/
Thank you to ICL Graduate Business School, B.O.P Memorials - The Bays Headstone Shop, and Naylor Lawrence & Associates for supporting our organisation.
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It's the trauma we feel inside that is hidden away

Any sort of traumatic experience can affect people's lives and not all medications work on the underlying issues .so a combination of therapy nutrition support definitely helpful .the prisons are full of people with undiagnosed mental health disorders which if untreated leads to poor impulse control and aggressive behaviour.

Im not dangerous ill put u in your place if u r a dick tho

77% of crimes in NZ go unreported. Fear of being wrong is the single most common reason people might decide not to report a suspected child abuse act. When it comes to our children we need to step up and speak out because they can’t, and nor should they be expected to. One of the best ways to overcome this fear is to equip ourselves with good knowledge and to discuss concerns early with an appropriate person. You can remain anonymous and even if an investigation results in no abuse you are protected by the law. PLEASE don’t hesitate to speak up for our little ones, it takes a village to raise a child. https://pmgt.org.nz/child-safety/#Physical-abuse-against-children

Thank you to Caci, Bay Turf, and Tuatahi Centre for supporting our organisation.

77% of crimes in NZ go unreported. Fear of being wrong is the single most common reason people might decide not to report a suspected child abuse act. When it comes to our children we need to step up and speak out because they can’t, and nor should they be expected to. One of the best ways to overcome this fear is to equip ourselves with good knowledge and to discuss concerns early with an appropriate person. You can remain anonymous and even if an investigation results in no abuse you are protected by the law. PLEASE don’t hesitate to speak up for our little ones, it takes a village to raise a child. pmgt.org.nz/child-safety/#Physical-abuse-against-children

Thank you to Caci, Bay Turf, and Tuatahi Centre for supporting our organisation.
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This is true! We need to be a voice for those without.

Please take this seriously as children are suffering now.... yes now as you read this. We must protect them. 💕

Such a tricky decision...what are we looking ???...

Yes we must look after our children

I would strongly advise against involving NZ Police or Social Agencies if abuse is suspected. They are too fixated on accusing someone, usually male, who has the impossible task to prove innocence. I succeeded, but chose to avoid all children, including my grandchildren, for fear of further false allegations. Sadly, I know several loved and loving ex-fathers who have committed suicide over false allegations.

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As much as we advise people NOT to use drugs, we understand that a small number will take drugs anyway - we want those people to be as safe as possible and know the risks associated. However - remember there is no such thing as safe use when it comes to unregulated, illicit drugs. Here is our safety information about what to expect when taking MDMA, and some important danger signs to look out for: https://pmgt.org.nz/drug-abuse/#Class-B-drugs

Thank you to Andrew Tulloch Contracting, Early Birds Bakehouse & Cafe, and www.cantecservices.co.nz for supporting our organisation.

As much as we advise people NOT to use drugs, we understand that a small number will take drugs anyway - we want those people to be as safe as possible and know the risks associated. However - remember there is no such thing as safe use when it comes to unregulated, illicit drugs. Here is our safety information about what to expect when taking MDMA, and some important danger signs to look out for: pmgt.org.nz/drug-abuse/#Class-B-drugs

Thank you to Andrew Tulloch Contracting, Early Birds Bakehouse & Cafe, and www.cantecservices.co.nz for supporting our organisation.
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You have my total support.

Education is the key alot off young pepole think we just dont want them to have a good time my advise to is to think before you buy take anything off a person trying to sell you their drugs...which my have been laced or added shit to make more money they are not you freind the just want to make money they couldnt care less the minute therve done the deal their off they dont care if you live or die they have your money thats all they care about just stop an think for one minute do you want to get high to die...... i dont think so take care out there

Parenting can be tough, and no parent can do everything right all the time. We have a lot of helpful, detailed advice for parents in our Child Safety topic, and printable versions of all our topics to read anytime, anywhere, check it out! https://pmgt.org.nz/child-safety/#Positive-parenting

Thank you to Wellington Combined Taxis, Golden Mile Motels and Tavern, and NZBox for supporting our organisation.

Parenting can be tough, and no parent can do everything right all the time. We have a lot of helpful, detailed advice for parents in our Child Safety topic, and printable versions of all our topics to read anytime, anywhere, check it out! pmgt.org.nz/child-safety/#Positive-parenting

Thank you to Wellington Combined Taxis, Golden Mile Motels and Tavern, and NZBox for supporting our organisation.
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It might feel embarrassing to call a helpline but we wanted to remind everyone that the entire reason they exist is to support us! Calling doesn’t have to be for personal issues, it could also be about wanting to help and do the right thing for somebody else. Here’s an extensive list of free, nationwide helplines for almost any issue: https://pmgt.org.nz/directory/

Thank you to St Columbans Mission Society, Tractor Repairs & Spares Ltd, and Cadwallader Industries Ltd for supporting our organisation.

It might feel embarrassing to call a helpline but we wanted to remind everyone that the entire reason they exist is to support us! Calling doesn’t have to be for personal issues, it could also be about wanting to help and do the right thing for somebody else. Here’s an extensive list of free, nationwide helplines for almost any issue: pmgt.org.nz/directory/

Thank you to St Columbans Mission Society, Tractor Repairs & Spares Ltd, and Cadwallader Industries Ltd for supporting our organisation.
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If you need any help.... Please make a call.

Yes but very hard to ask for help

Have tried to get police corruption in palmerston north sorted out

When u have a partner like that its hard to do anything in private the partner watches everything u do they check your ph computer u dont get a second on your own my comment is from experience

also a reminder to family of these victims ... support is needed, encouragement, a hug ...

It's how women respond when the shits been kicked out of you. Many dont make it out. Yourself confidence and self esteem is shot to shit. For many they will take many many attempts to leave. The partner will threaten to kill them and or their kids. One day she will have enough. That's always a good day for a women. If she takes to much shit over years. Potentially she can turn in to the perpetrator of his death. It happens. Believe it

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