Pasifika Police ask us to Stay Home and Stay Safe to Save Lives

Our Pasifika police are out on the frontline continuing to ensure we have safer communities together. In these videos they ask us in our Pacific languages to adhere to the COVID Alert Level 4 lockdown rules in order to keep our nation safe during this time. Remember to stay home, stay safe, stay Pasefika Proud. 

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Community Message 3: Niuean

The vast majority of you are following level 4 rules, but we need to stay the course. Here is a message from us in Niuean. We are releasing a weekly message in around 17 different languages - please check our page for more. More information: www.covid19.govt.nz

Posted by Counties Manukau Police on Sunday, 12 April 2020
 

Community Message: Papua New Guinea version

This is a message to the Papua New Guinea community as we continue in the Alert level 4 environment. We're releasing this in more than 16 languages - check our page for more! #StayhomeNZ

Posted by Counties Manukau Police on Thursday, 2 April 2020

Community message: Cook Island

This is a message to the community in Cook Island as we continue in the Alert level 4 environment. We're releasing this in more than 16 languages - check our page for more! #StayhomeNZ

Posted by Counties Manukau Police on Thursday, 2 April 2020

This is a message to the community in Fijian as we continue in the Alert level 4 environment. We're releasing this in more than 16 languages - check our page for more! #StayhomeNZ

Posted by Counties Manukau Police on Thursday, 2 April 2020

Community Message: Samoan version

This is a message to the community in Samoan as we continue in the Alert level 4 environment. We're releasing this in more than 16 languages - check our page for more! #StayhomeNZ

Posted by Counties Manukau Police on Thursday, 2 April 2020

Community Message: Solomon Island version

This is a message to the Solomon Island community as we continue in the Alert level 4 environment. We're releasing this in more than 16 languages - check our page for more! #StayhomeNZ

Posted by Counties Manukau Police on Thursday, 2 April 2020

Community Message: Tongan version

This is a message to the community in Tongan as we continue in the Alert level 4 environment. We're releasing this in more than 16 languages - check our page for more! #StayhomeNZ

Posted by Counties Manukau Police on Thursday, 2 April 2020

This is a message to the Vanuatu community as we continue in the Alert level 4 environment. We're releasing this in more than 16 languages - check our page for more! #StayhomeNZ

Posted by Counties Manukau Police on Thursday, 2 April 2020

Community Message: Kiribati version

This is a message to the community in Kiribati as we continue in the Alert level 4 environment. We're releasing this in more than 16 languages - check our page for more! #StayhomeNZ

Posted by Counties Manukau Police on Thursday, 2 April 2020

As we continue to self-isolate for a few more weeks under COVID 19 Alert Level 4, it is important that we continue to keep our families, children safe in our homes.

Some Pacific families may be feeling vulnerable, remember that family violence support services are available during the COVID 19 Level 4 Alert lockdown. For emergencies please Dial 111.

Click here for resources and links to available service providers.

Pasefika Proud is a Pacific response to focus on community-led solutions that harnesses the transformative power of traditional Pacific cultural values and frameworks to encourage violence-free, respectful relationships that support Pacific peoples to thrive and to build strong resilient families.