Eastern Courier : December 15th 2010
4 EASTERN COURIER, DECEMBER 15, 2010 Your future in Computer and Information Science starts in Manukau. Applications are open for the Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences degree at AUT University's Manukau campus in 2011. This degree is your pathway to a successful career in the varied and exciting field of information technology. The campus provides students with access to a first class tertiary education right in the centre of Manukau city. Apply online now, come on campus for course advice or phone for more information. 0800 AUT UNI 0800 288 864 www.autmanukau.ac.nz AUTMAN/463/EC The University for the changing world COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SCIENCES MANUKAU CAMPUS CRIME MAP Bucklands Beach Highland Park Howick Botany Downs East Tamaki Flat Bush Pakuranga Dannemora Senior Constable Adele White Howick Youth Education Officer Ph 538-0300 2 0 8 2 1 4 5 1 Becoming the victim of any form of theft can be an unnerving and upsetting experience. These feelings are compounded by the loss of the property regardless of its monetary or sentimental value. Crimes of this nature often increase at this time of the year. It is our belief, however, that many of these thefts could be avoided. Police patrols around shopping centres regularly spot Christmas shopping lying uncovered on the back seats of vehicles. Shoppers are often seen leaving parcels and handbags unattended on shopping trolleys and pushchairs. Wrapped gifts placed under the family Christmas tree also become a target for thieves when these are visible from the road side. Ensure your festive season is not ruined by incidents of dishonesty. Tuck shopping away out of sight in the boot of your vehicle Carry handbags and shopping bags carefully and ensure these are well supervised during Christmas shopping coffee stops Place gifts beneath the tree just before the big day -- and make sure these cannot be seen by passersby Break down packaging from those expensive electronic gifts and dispose of this discreetly so as roadside rubbish does not elude to new items in your home Remind children not to leave new bicycles and scooters out on the driveway -- these can be stolen easily and quickly While enjoying Christmas barbecues outdoors ensure doors and windows to the rest of the house are locked. Have a wonderful Christmas! -- Senior constable Adele White Howick police Visit the Neighbourhood Support website at www.nsupport.co.nz Burglaries -- Pakuranga: Ware Place, Ti Rakau Drive (2), Pakuranga Rd, Reeves Rd, Gossamer Drive (2), Udys Rd, Bucklands Beach: Bucklands Beach Rd, Clovelly Rd. Highland Park: 0. Howick: Borrowdace Ave, Whitford Rd. Botany Downs: Pt View Drive. Dannemora: Shingleton Lane. East Tamaki: Neilpark Drive, Harris Rd (2), Srah Place. Flat Bush: Farmdale Court, Andy Cres, Chateau Rise (2), Riechelmann Court. Whitford, Beachlands, Maraetai: 0.
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