Police are here to keep our communities safe and help prevent harm, but it’s more important than ever that people help us with this.

That means staying home to help keep the wider community safe as part of the restrictions imposed.

We understand these will be stressful and unfamiliar times for many whānau around the country.

We ask that people take stock, take a breath and tautoko each other in the times ahead.

Today, Police are releasing a message in a number of languages for our diverse communities ahead of New Zealand moving to a Level 4 Covid-19 alert.

These videos can be accessed through the three Tāmaki Makaurau Police Facebook pages as below: 

Te reo: Counties Manukau Police Facebook page(link is external)

Tongan: Counties Manukau Police Facebook page(link is external)

Samoan: Counties Manukau Police Facebook page(link is external)

Punjabi: Counties Manukau Police Facebook page(link is external)

Cook Island: North Shore, Rodney and West Auckland Police Facebook(link is external)

Niuean: North Shore, Rodney and West Auckland Police Facebook(link is external)

Kiribati: Auckland City District Police Facebook page(link is external)

Fijian: Auckland City District Police Facebook page(link is external)

Fijian Hindu: Auckland City District Facebook page(link is external)

Hindu: Auckland City District Police Facebook page(link is external)

Mandarin: This will be distributed through Chinese-speaking networks

Korean: North Shore, Rodney and West Auckland Police Facebook

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