Frankton and Kingston community liaison officer Constable
Zoe Albon, of Queenstown, stands outside the Queenstown
Community Link office in Remarkables Park Town Centre,
which she encourages residents, retailers and visitors to
visit to discuss with her any issues they may have each
month. Photo by James Beech.
Individual, confidential consultation with Queenstown
police is being offered to all Wakatipu residents and visitors
in Remarkables Park Town Centre every month.
Frankton and Kingston community liaison officer Constable Zoe
Albon, of Queenstown, has made herself available for private,
discreet and non-judgemental drop-in sessions at Queenstown
Community Link, within the Work and Income office, at the far
end of the town centre.
Constable Albon said she encouraged everyone to talk to her
about their issues, concerns, information, questions and
ideas, whether police-related or not, for feedback, referral,
or for solutions agreed by the two parties.
There might be questions over the new child-restraint law,
legal or illegal drugs, neighbourhood noise, or whether or
not to call 111 in an incident.
''We have different ways of solving issues and they don't
necessarily create more problems,'' Const Albon said.
''You don't have to give me your details, it's really about
establishing trust and, as police in the community, you can
Const Albon is available to discuss all community matters at
Queenstown Community Link on November 27 and December 18 from