Constable Mark Bancroft has only been with the New Zealand Police for a month but he’s already striving to be the caretaker his community can depend on.
When an elderly man got lost on a hot day, another officer drove him home in a patrol car. While Constable Bancroft drove the man’s mobility scooter with his dog in it, all the way home.
“We like to ensure that people in our communities are taken care of, and I am proud of our staff for going the extra mile.” Said New Zealand police Sergeant Mars Marsden.
#Proud of @NZPolice Officers going the extra mile – after returning a lost elderly gentleman home, this Constable took an innovative approach to returning his mobility scooter and the dog too! #SafestCountry pic.twitter.com/77CoP78Qfi
— Mike Bush (@NZPCommissioner) December 5, 2017