Police will be conducting routine training exercises at a number of vacant buildings across the country this week.
Police say the training will include loud noises and bangs which may be heard by members of the public living in the general area.
“Please be assured that all activities will be held within the confines of the site and there is no safety risk to nearby residents,” Police said in a statement.
“This is part of our regular training for specialist Police groups which runs across the country throughout the year. This type of training is a common occurrence for Police and could not happen without the support of the community.”
On Monday 27 March, officers will be training in the Lincoln township between 1pm – 8pm.
On Tuesday, Police will be training in the Merivale / Strowan area between 1pm – 8pm.
On Wednesday, training will take place in the Hornby area from 9am until midday and Avonside area between midday and 5.30pm.
On Thursday, training will be held in the Harewood area between 7am – 4pm.
On Friday 31 March, Police will be training in McLeans Island between 7am – 3pm.
If you have any queries in relation to this, dial 105 or contact us via https://www.police.govt.nz/use-105