Welcome to ASK - A Safe Kapiti

ASK vision: "for a safe, crime-free community" 

ASK recognises the importance of "early intervention" as a means to prevent children and young people drifting into crime at an older age.  It places a strong emphasis on working with young people, children and their families to focus on fostering greater resiliency through the protective factors of family, education, community and peers.

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Debs Phillips Kapiti Champion
ASK A Safe Kapiti

Debs Phillips Kapiti Champion

 

Introducing Debs Phillips:

I am a mother to three awesome girls, two who are still young, and a grandson! I've only been living in the Kapiti Coast for 2 years and there's no place I'd rather be!!

 

Why did you volunteer to be a Champion?

In my role as a Nurse and a Plunket Nurse, I've learned so much about Family Violence and how it doesn't always mean physical violence - for some women it might be financial control (not letting you have an eftpos card, demanding to know how you spend your money), or emotional abuse (put downs, that feeling of walking on egg shells). I really want everyone and anyone to feel brave enough to speak up and ask for help, or even to chat to someone and say "I wonder if that's me?". I can be a person you might want to chat to if you see me out and about.

 

Where can people find you? 

You might see me dropping my girls to day care and school. In my spare time I will be at the Seido Karate Dojo, (Monday and Thursday nights, Kapiti Primary School, 6pm), sometimes at City Fitness Gym, or at work at the local Plunket Rooms on Amohia St.


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Important Notice!

We have changed our website from ask.kiwi to asafekapiti.co.nz. Please update your address books with the new web and email addresses below.

New Website
www.asafekapiti.co.nz

New Email Addresses
kim@asafekapiti.co.nz
will@asafekapiti.co.nz
kathy@asafekapiti.co.nz
jazz@asafekapiti.co.nz

Charitable Trust Status

Certificate of Incorporation (WN/667957)
Incorporated under the Charitable Trusts Act 1957 on the 12th day of June 1996 and changed its name to Kapiti Safer Community Trust on the 5th day of December 2002 and changed its name to A Safe Kapiti on the 2nd day of September 2014.
Charities Commission certificate of registration number: CC32176

Contact A Safe Kapiti

Phone 0800 50 20 66
info@asafekapiti.co.nz
Airport Annex Building
Dakota Road
Kapiti Coast Airport
Paraparaumu Beach 5032