Police News is the magazine of the New Zealand Police Association. It is published monthly, except for January-February, which are covered by a single issue.
Police News incorporates the New Zealand Police Journal, first published in 1937. The Editor can be contacted through the Contact Police News form.
Police News March 2017
In this issue: An officer's incredible recovery from a firearm blast; Government pledge for more cops applauded; a new era for Youth Aid; and the police response to the Port Hills fires.
Police News Jan/Feb 2017
In this issue: Our national clan lab teams and their role in the war on meth; the difficult recovery of a drowned colleague; police who have had melanoma share their stories; and non-sworn staff to be trained in TENR.
Police News December 2016
In this issue: Response Kaikoura - our people working in the earthquake disaster zone; a look at the value of having more police in communities; and the Association makes a commitment to female representation.
Police News November 2016
In this issue: New Police Association President Chris Cahill hits the ground running; coverage of the 81st Annual Conference; a new, low-cost wills and estates service for members; and what you need to know about statutory holidays.
Police News October 2016
In this issue: Your views on the right age for youth justice, four pages of action from the inaugural Police Winter Games, and ten questions with new Region 4 Director Paul Ormerod.
Police News September 2016
In this issue: A Long Association - the O'Connor years; three historical names to be added to the Police Memorial Wall; and tough love for meth families.
Police News August 2016
In this issue: Northland police teams struggle with file holdings; 75 years of women in police relays; front counter safety design prototypes; the Lady Liz II sea tragedy remembered; and the annual committee AGMs round-up.
Police News July 2016
In this issue: Police Assn Sportsperson of the Year Rachel Clarke makes it two in a row, cops turn midwives for babies in a hurry, and road policing resourcing explained.
Police News June 2016
In this issue: Leap of faith - a dramatic escape from an armed man through a second storey window; t-shirts to mark 75 years of women in Police launched; Police review of counter safety in police stations; and what you need to know about parental leave.
Police News May 2016
In this issue: A vision for the Police Dog Trust; a little person in Police; Rosalie Sterritt reflects on her Police career; and surviving cyclones on the Pacific beat.
Police News April 2016
In this issue: Epic action at the NZPA Surf Champs, police families with intellectually disabled children, illegal firearms inquiry underway, and pioneers of women in police.
Police News March 2016
In this issue: Specialist police keep the peace at the TPPA protest; member survey results on the main issues facing police; Wellington's chop shop squad back in action; and remembering the Christchurch quake five years on.
Police News January/February 2016
In this issue: Results of your pay round; how crime stats have changed; and the driverless car revolution.
Police News December 2015
In this issue: Forced to fire - when cops are used as weapons; how we can make our front counters safer; views sought on workplace rotation policies; and member survey feedback.
Police News November 2015
In this issue: Coverage of the 80th annual Police Association conference and the Police Association Bravery Awards.
Police News October 2015
In this issue: Two-up in the Tron - chasing an armed offender into the Waikato River; on the frontline at a police shooting; and why have so many crims got guns?
Police News September 2015
In this issue: How Tasers protect both the public and police; a history of the Headhunters gang and their growing influence in NZ; and the Police Pipe Band honours slain police with their new tartan.
Police News August 2015
In this issue: High in the sky with the Eagle crew; how older officers add value to policing; and ten questions with new Southern field officer Brian Ballantyne.
Police News July 2015
In this issue: 2014 Police Sportsperson of the Year Rachel Clarke, our Wing 276 constables two years on, and Colorado's legal drug market.
Police News June 2015
In this issue: Coverage of the PFA Women's Advisory Committee conference; a look at the work of Police's Alcohol Harm Prevention teams; and new health plan benefits announced.
Police News May 2015
In this issue: Recruit driver training; the perils of policing rowdy parties; tackling bullying in the workplace; and one member's quake rebuild story.
Police News April 2015
In this issue: Under attack – violent assaults against police officers on the rise; comms staff under pressure again; Erebus archive saved; and the virtual battlefield of cyber crime.
Police News March 2015
In this issue: the police pipe band; custody blowout at Auckland police cells; and pros and cons of body-worn video.
Police News Jan/Feb 2015
In this issue: we document one officer’s journey with cancer treatment; we ask whether current levels of firearms training are adequate; and reveal the best tactics for taking down a struggling offender.
Police News December 2014
In this issue: Kiwi cops take the heat in Brisbane at G20; meet New Zealand's only type 1 diabetic frontline cop; and Christmas in custody - working the cells over the festive season.
Police News November 2014
In this issue: Leading Change - full coverage of the Police Association annual conference; and a courageous water rescue cop is honoured with a Bravery Award.
Police News October 2014
In this issue: Black Fern Selica Winiata scoops the NZPA Sportsperson of the Year Award; Kiwi DVI cops return from the MH17 operation; and two new holiday homes open.
Police News September 2014
In this issue: Armed and dangerous - Kiwi crims stockpile illegal weapons; spotlight on police forensic photographers; and we farewell our long-serving Association CEO.
Police News August 2014
In this issue: Spotlight on dog handlers; law and order policies ahead of the general election; and area committee AGM reports.
Police News July 2014
In this issue: Frustration over Police equity and diversity policies; inside the new command centres; stories from the early days of AOS; and hepatitis risks for staff. Plus we farewell Region 2 director Dave Pizzini and go behind the scenes at the Police Museum.