50 days ago

Notification from Snr Constable Don Allan - Waipu Lane Precinct upgrades

Colleen from Onehunga

Hi All,
I have been receiving a few enquiries in relation to the proposed upgrades for Waiapu Lane Precinct including the Countdown area in addition to some of the unsavoury and criminal activity in this area.

Our local policing team have been working to increase our presence when shift deployment has permitted, however much of the behaviour can be attributed to current environmental design of the current area that incorporates poor sight lines throughout the car park area.

One of Auckland Councils CCO’s Eke Panuku has come up with some pretty great concept designs on the upgrade for this area which should also improve the overall safety for shopper etc.
As safety is a priority for our community feel free to provide your feedback through links provided. You can also share your thoughts on the concept design.

Please share this information with your friends and contacts.

Below are the social media posts for Waiapu Precinct and Paynes Lane Video.
Facebook - www.facebook.com...
Linkedin - www.linkedin.com...

Have a safe week

Kind regards


Senior Constable Don Allan
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Community Constable / Police Liaison Officer Community Patrols / Neighbourhood Support
Onehunga Police
Phone (09)2138691
Mobile 021 1913077
Email: Donald.allan@police.govt.nz
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