Grant McCallum writes on FB:
Yesterday a young man was driving from Whangarei to our farm near Maungaturoto when he was pulled over by the police. His girlfriend wasn’t wearing a seatbelt, he was on his learners license, his WoF had expired and he had two bald tyres. The two police decided, after he told them he was on his way to a job interview, to park up the car, drop his girlfriend home, and then drive him to our place. A distance of about 75km. This is outstanding community policing. They decided to give him a break. And it has paid off. We gave him the job. He starts on Monday. I then dropped him back to Whangarei. The rest is up to him. Great work Northland Police. New Zealand Police thank you for selecting and training such good people.
What a great story. Well done cops.