Police Managers' Guild Trust
Established in 1997 as a charitable trust, the Police Managers’ Guild Trust provides straight-forward, useful information that helps people avoid becoming victims of crime.
The Trust achieves this by educating communities through the use of its annual Police Managers’ Guild Trust Journals.
These cover themes such as alcohol and drugs, family violence, building a better community together, better parenting, crime prevention, and child safety.
Publications are approximately 60 pages in length and are distributed free of charge to the public in 20 different policing areas throughout New Zealand. Over two million publications are given out each year.
This is made possible thanks to over 60,000 local businesses, which support the Trust through sponsorship and advertising. The money raised from advertisers helps with the production, printing and distribution of the journals.
Additionally the Police Managers’ Guild Trust has returned over $3,000,000 to the community over the past 15 years.