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be re­quired one night each month.

‘‘The more peo­ple in­volved, the less oner­ous of a task it is for ev­ery­one,’’ she says.

Be­ing a com­mu­nity pa­troller is a re­ward­ing role, Caro­line Knights says.

She’s been in­volved with the One­hunga Com­mu­nity Pa­trol for over two years.

‘‘I feel like I’m help­ing my com­mu­nity in try­ing to make it a safer place,’’ she says.

‘‘I’ve got to learn new skills and meet peo­ple in the area I live in.’’

There are com­mu­nity pa­trols op­er­at­ing in Mt Al­bert, One­hunga, Block­house Bay, Eller­slie and around the Glen Innes and Pt Eng­land ar­eas.

Those want­ing to join the Mt Roskill pa­trol can contact Mer­ril Bourne on 626 6600.

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