Why Connect?

A group of our National Leaders got together in July 2018 to explore how SADD groups can reach out to our community partners to collaborate on road safety goals and initiatives. They have put together a video and info sheet to show you some of the potential opportunities that your SADD group can get involved in.


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Check out this article published in the Blenheim Sun in August 2019. A group of Queen Charlotte College students teamed up with the local police to raise awareness of dangerous driving in their community.

Want to do something similar in your town? Let us know!


See what other schools are doing:

Operation SADD: NZ Police teamed up with Pukekohe High School SADD group and took them out to a check point.

Keen to do something similar in your area? Contact our Team

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Check out the Hurunui Community Road Safety Facebook Page to see the students at Hurunui High School team up with the NZ Police for a booze bus!  https://www.facebook.com/hurunuiroadsafety/

Check out the Hurunui Community Road Safety Facebook Page to see the students at Hurunui High School team up with the NZ Police for a booze bus! https://www.facebook.com/hurunuiroadsafety/

St Dominic's College collaborating with NZ Police on the Sober Drivers principle - bringing in the booze bus for education

St Dominic's College collaborating with NZ Police on the Sober Drivers principle - bringing in the booze bus for education

Stratford High School SADD students collaborating with local council and helping with a Back to School campaign at Stratford Primary reminding parents to park safely when picking up their children

Stratford High School SADD students collaborating with local council and helping with a Back to School campaign at Stratford Primary reminding parents to park safely when picking up their children

New Plymouth Boys' High School and New Plymouth Girls' High School - helping out at the Police Open Day

New Plymouth Boys' High School and New Plymouth Girls' High School - helping out at the Police Open Day

 

Know of any events or opportunities in your area? Let us know