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Home > Advice & Services > Personal & community safety > Advice for new arrivals > 소수민족을 위한 정보 - Korean
키아 오라, 안녕하세요. 이 웹사이트는 뉴질랜드에 오신지 얼마 안되시는 분들이나 영어가 제 2 외국어인 분들을 위한 것입니다.
어떤 사람이 현금 또는 재산을 강탈하기 위해 위협을 하거나 특정 행동을 강요할 경우에는 111로 신고하여 경찰의 도움을 구하십시오.
111 긴급전화는 공중전화에서는 물론 휴대폰으로 전화를 해도 무료입니다.
뉴질랜드 경찰은 전국의 소수민족 공동체들과 협력하기 위한 특별 담당관들을 두고 있습니다.
뉴질랜드 경찰은 모든 사람이 이 나라의 법규를 준수하고, 나아가 뉴질랜드를 살기 좋고 안전한 나라로 만들기 위한 치안을 담당합니다.
긴급시에 연락할 수 있는 사람들의 전화번호를 만들어 두십시오. 전화기를 침대 곁에 두십시오.
뉴질랜드 도로상에서 운전을 하려면 반드시 유효한 운전 면허증이 있어야 합니다. 뉴질랜드에서는 차량이 좌측통행을 합니다.
뉴질랜드에서는 가정폭력이 범죄로 간주됩니다. 경찰에서도 이를 중요하게 다룹니다.
뉴질랜드 경찰은 다양한 소수민족 공동체들의 안전 요건을 충족시키기 위해 경찰의 업무방향을 제시하는 전략을 마련하였습니다.