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.
Police News June 2014
In this issue: Spotlight on police trousers; our rookie constables after a year in the job; Sergeant Terry Johnson's crusade against scam artists, and legal high headaches.
Police News May 2014
In this issue: Challenges of a police pregnancy; outlaw MC gangs and the meth trade; and your guide to annual leave. Plus coverage of the Melbourne 2014 AP&ES Games, a farewell poem for Peter Marshall and Fast Facts about committee AGMs.
Police News April 2014
In this issue: Death in the cells and how it affects police; challenges for police in the meth drug war; and coverage of the annual Police Association raft race.
Police News March 2014
In this issue: Attack on Bastion Point - the police officer stabbed in the face tells his story; Spotlight on the Asset Recovery Unit; police bosses pick your brains for ideas; and the new Pasifika for Police language column kicks off.
Police News January/February 2014
In this issue: The contest for the Commissioner’s role, summer holiday crime stats, Bryan and Bobby, and a breakthrough for Kiwi cops in Australia.
Police News December 2013
In this issue: Counter point - the trouble with police station security; field officer JJ Taylor says farewell; and members’ views on visible tattoos.
Police News November 2013
In this issue: Police Association Bravery Awards presented to sea rescue heroes, Annual Conference coverage, and new staff for comms centres.
Police News October 2013
In this issue: Police Association Sportsperson of the Year Melissa-Mae Ruru, Police Remembrance Day coverage, and 40 years of the Police and Families Credit Union.
Police News September 2013
In this issue: Second-class cops - the downside of Oz, Tips on keeping your nose clean on and off duty, General arming still on agenda and Spotlight on E-Crime Units.
Police News August 2013
In this issue: Staff speak their minds on Police workplace survey, Little Colombia in Porirua and the Bill Murray Award - PA honours Graham Duncan.
Police News July 2013
In this issue: Members' survey sounds alarm on Police staffing levels, an assessment of Neighbourhood Policing Teams, new Holiday Homes announced, Wing 276 graduate from Police College, and a first-person account of the arrest of Rua Kenana in 1916.
Police News June 2013
In this issue: Picking up the pieces - Non-sworn job cuts bite hard, Fake Dope does real harm, Taking Part - Get involved in your Association and A day in the life of the Serious Crash Unit.
Police News May 2013
In this issue: Underage Prostitution in South Auckland, Always on the alert - Child Protection Teams today and Day in the life of the Police Licensing and Vetting Services team.
Police News April 2013
In this issue: The PCT dilemma - Getting thumped with the PCT, Crash landing in Costa Rica - why it's good to have Police Travel Insurance and From the beat to the bookshelf - Police officers turned authors.
Police News March 2013
In this issue: Meth Kids - Children at risk in toxic homes, Defence Reforms - Lessons for Police and Three secrets to improving strength for frontline policing.
Police News January/February 2013
In this issue: Roster Care - Finding the right fit in the workforce management puzzle, Day in the life of the Police Negotiating Team and Important change to Police Fire & General home insurance.
Police News December 2012
In this issue: Tides of Change - a year of change for Police, Armed and Safe: Origins of the AOS, and a day in the life of the Police Kapa Haka group.
Police News November 2012
In this issue: Full coverage of the 77th New Zealand Police Association Annual Conference; Lighting the way - the Blue Light philosophy; and Weed Killers - a new book on the war on cannabis.
Police News October 2012
In this issue: Close to the madding crowd - mental health callouts stretch police resources; Restructuring and you - an Association guide; All at sea - on patrol with the Maritime Unit and Holiday for some - the origins of Labour Day.
Police News September 2012
In this issue: File Management Centres - The biggest change to Police processing procedures in more than 30 years, the 2011 New Zealand Police Association Police Sportsperson of the Year winner and Remembrance Day.
Police News August 2012
In this issue: Australia Calling - we talk to Kiwi Cops who have crossed the ditch; the accidental killing of Michael Patrick Quirke and Fake Cops
Police News July 2012
In this issue: Comms Health Check, Remembering Duncan Taylor and A Women's Place in Police.
Police News June 2012
In this issue: Fatigue in the Force; Sex and the Suburbs - police and prostitution in Christchurch; Health Plan changes and a Day in the life of the Counties Manukau Road Crime Unit.
Police News April 2012
In this issue: Testing times - Times for the Police physical competency test may change, we explain the changes, the reason for them and attitudes to fitness, A day in the life of the Forensic Document Examination Team and eight page lift-out of the 2012 Australasian Police & Emergency Games.
Police News March 2012
In this issue: Locked and loaded - the rollout of firearms in frontline vehicles begins, Drug busters - the dynamic TAG team from Tauranga and Former Police Association President Steve Hinds retires.
Police News January/February 2012
Included in this issue: Tauranga officer honoured, Authorised officers, New uniforms for Police employees, On-going war on vehicle theft, Day in the Life of an Inquest Officer, Fire and ice: the Giplin years, The J Edgar Hoover connection, Policing in Canada.
Police News December 2011
Included in this issue: Police Association Bravery Awards; Day in the life of a Section Sergeant; Highlights of Police Association Annual Conference including, Consequences of an open Coroner's Court, Authorised Officer debate, Policing in tough economic times and Resourcing Excellence.
Police News November 2011
Included in this issue: Election 2011 - What the main parties have to say on Law & Order; how NZ Police kicked the Rugby World Cup for touch; What to do when faced with a complaint investigation; Emotional cost of taking a life; Cost recovery for policing commercial events; and the Association launches 2011 law & order policy.
Police News October 2011
Included in this issue: Urgent law change on surveillance welcomed, complex issues at heart of firearms/Taser accessibility, organised criminals taking billions from the world's economy, policy ideas put forward, first cadet Wing at Trentham, USA police deaths up 37%, keeping safe, Police Rememberance Day, Policing Excellence - a sea change.