Police News April 2006In this Issue: After three years absense, pay negotiations are back on the table; the government is set to redraft the out-dated Police Act; and how Canadian Police Agencies have been dealing with organised crime, and what New Zealand can learn from it.
Police News March 2006In this Issue: Indonesian P labs highlight co-operation between drug traffickers; RNZPC 25 years young; and are the new Organised Crime Units going to further deplete stretched CIB?
Police News January/February 2006In this Issue: Association welcomes committment to provide extra 1000 frontline police in next three years; Diary from Afganistan; and the Taser debate rages on.
Police News December 2005In this Issue: Members' survey results provide interesting insight into issues; Association briefs new Police Minister; and a look at New Zealand's escalating drug problem.
Police News November 2005In this Issue: Police Remembrance Day takes place at the RNZPC in Porirua, 'Proud to Police' the theme of the 70th Annual Conference;and Darrin O'Donnell represents New Zealand at the International Universe Championships held in Germany.
Police News October 2005In this Issue: Police Association gearing up for next year's payround; Responsibility of pursuit crashes lies with irresponsible drivers; and new research shows the public has confidence in frontline police but feels there aren't enough of them.
Police News September 2005In this Issue: Public overwhelmingly want an increase in frontline police; Taser guns set for operational trial; and the recruiting debate - is the policing career losing its appeal?
Police News August 2005In this Issue: AVL (automatic vehicle locator) system could eventually be rolled out nationwide; Holiday home caretakers attend seminar in Wellington; and fund the frontline campaign - making New Zealand the safest little country in the world.
Police News July 2005In this Issue: Fund the frontline campaign - Police losing ground to other government agencies; Police Association lauches appeal to help officers affected by Tauranga flooding; and we compare the Law and Order policies of the main political parties.
Police News June 2005In this Issue: Comms staff - concerns vindicated; the long wait is over - GSF transfers a goer; and we look at the outstanding work undertaken by body recovery experts in Phuket.
Police News May 2005In this Issue: The Association looks at work/life balance for Police staff; 'Fund the frontline'- it's the putting right that counts; and police funding as a percentage of Govt expenditure falls.
Police News April 2005In this Issue: PCA investigation delays results in stress for members; are we getting just the tip of the Meth iceberg? and the Association calls for 540 extra frontline officers.
Police News March 2005In this Issue: Queenstown farewells a friend and colleague; Drug trafficker dob in their own couriers; and Offence codes may be simplified.
Police News January/February 2005
In this Issue: Stab-resistant vest saves life of Paeroa constable; CVIU under review after complaints from road transport industry; and The NZ Soprano are doing very nicely out of the meth/P trade.