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Police Continue Operation Metro

Published: Wed 20 Oct 1999 09:00 PM
Operation Metro is a six month Police project which will operate in the Auckland Metropolitan area - between the Bombay Hills and Orewa.
The project will specifically investigate the following areas of criminal activity.
Offenders in the community who sexually abuse children outside of the extended family/whanau.
The possession and/or distribution of child pornography in any format and particularly via the Internet.
Offenders who travel to other countries and engage in sexual activity with children and young people under the age of 16 years.
The Operation Metro team, headed by Detective Sergeant Mark Churches, are very keen to hear from members of the public who may have information which would assist in identifying persons engaged in the above criminal activity, and live in the Auckland Metropolitan area. Information can be passed to the team in confidence and anonymously. All information received from members of the public will be investigated.
THIS PROJECT IS ABOUT PROTECTING CHILDREN FROM ABUSE
IT IS EVERYONE'S RESPONSIBILITY - GIVE THEM THE PRIORITY THEY DESERVE
Operation Metro staff can be contacted on :
Phone: 09-302 6508 or 09-302 6987
Fax: 09-320 6431

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