Keeping safe at Karioitahi Beach

Counties Manukau Police have recently released an informative video with everything you need to know to keep yourself safe at Karioitahi Beach.

Local Police urge the community to please watch this important video which includes messages from Sergeant Wood at Waiuku Police, Surf Life Saving, Auckland Council and the public.

The video can be found on the Counties Manukau Police facebook page. Also a reminder to the public that the Police will be conducting patrols at Karioitahi Beach over summer to make sure people are behaving safely – including anyone driving on the popular west coast beach.

How to keep safe at Kariotahi Beach

We want everyone to stay safe at the beach, and over summer we will be conducting patrols at Kariotahi Beach to make sure people are behaving safely – including anyone driving on the popular west coast beach.For everything you need to know to keep yourself safe at Kariotahi, please watch this important video which includes messages from Sergeant Wood at Waiuku Police, Surf Life Saving, Auckland Council and the public. Thanks to everyone involved and please stay safe this summer!#safercommunitiestogether #kariotahibeach #nzpolice #summer

Posted by Counties Manukau Police on Saturday, January 13, 2018

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