Australia post gets aaa rating for anti-vandalism

Australia post gets aaa rating for anti-vandalism

New Zealand Post has earned an A ratings for anti-vandalism and anti-harassment this year.

It got an A+ rating for «restoring public security» and «reversing the negative effect of threats against the post office and post office property».

Its rating on the other hand, was «satisfactory».

The post was in the «protected areas of the post office and public access» after police said it posed a danger to people, inclu바카라사이트ding children, with no visible effect from it.

The post was placed in «protected zone» and placed with signage for a short period.

The sign says, in full:

‘This post does not constitute an attack, threat or criminal offence.’

«The post will be removed when we receive proper assurance from the relevant parties who could be found to have failed to take reasonable steps to secure and protect the post office and post office property as required by the terms of the Post Office Act 1990.

«The Post Office is currently reviewing the situation and could remove the post in the next 48 hours. Should this result in the damage to a post office being serious or if the damage was not remedied then we will consider taking the necessary steps to remove the post.»

New Zealand Post says it’s reviewing the situation

The post also has a «safety message» advising people to make sure they are within their intended range before entering a building.

The sign, with the message: «This post is protected by a locked gate, keep out when in open areas. Do not enter buildings with restricted access at this time. If you do enter these buildings you can expect 바카라사이트the post office and post office property to become subject to theft,» says New Zealand Post.

New Zealand Post did say in a statement it wasn’t making excuses for the post.

«We are continuing to work hard to ensure the Post Office has a culture that reflects the values of open, welcoming and respectful conduct,» it says.

Police said it could tak바카라사이트e up to a week for the site to be fixed and remove it for visitors.

This could be one of the last things you see or even see on the site.

The post was one of three the postal department received in response to a series of vandalism investigations launched over the year.