Police News

Police News December 2011

Vol 44, No 11 | NZPA | Wed November 30th, 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.

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Police News November 2011

Vol 44, No 10 | NZPA | Mon October 31st, 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.

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Police News October 2011

Vol 44, No 9 | NZPA | Fri September 30th, 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.

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Police News September 2011

Vol 44, No 8 | NZPA | Thu September 1st, 2011

Included in this issue: lessons from Norway's Utoya Island massacre, remembering our own on Police Remembrance Day, new SMART technology saves Police time, Police should get same treatment as public, a day in the life of Police Air Support Unit, British Transport Police armed capabilities beefed up and Greater Manchester Police accused of ending 'face-to-face access' with public.

Police News August 2011

Vol 44, No 7 | NZPA | Mon August 1st, 2011

In this issue: Police ready for Rugby World Cup, Overseas deployments to be scaled back and Association supports Law Commission over 'Legal Highs'.

Police News July 2011

Vol 44, No 6 | NZPA | Fri July 1st, 2011

In this issue: Tell us what you think about gun security, Gisborne officers scoot for Christchurch and Commissioner's tougher stance welcomed.

Police News June 2011

Vol. 44, No.5 | NZPA | Wed June 1st, 2011

In this issue: Police may foot the bill for your shoes, Police rescue hero remembered and Lower Hutt to Host AP & ES Games.

Police News May 2011

Vol.44, No.4 | NZPA | Sun May 1st, 2011

In this issue: Police Managers told to cut their budgets, Luke Shadbolt elected as new vice-president and two police officers take on wacky fundraiser.

Police News April 2011

Vol.44, No.3 | NZPA | Thu March 31st, 2011

In this issue: Christchurch earthquake - Police response, The legacy Peter Marshall inherits and Police Association delivers alcohol law submission to Parliament.

Police News March 2011

Vol 44, No.2 | NZPA | Mon February 28th, 2011

In this issue: Significant loss of life in shallow 6.3 Quake, 'Back to the future' scenario feared by experienced police officers and Myths and legends of the West Coast.

Police News Feb 2011

Vol. 44, No.1 | NZPA | Mon January 31st, 2011

In this issue: Exemptions for Police Canteen - A necessity not a double standard, Association renews call for better access to firearms and Survey reveals increase in threats with firearms.

Police News December 2010

Vol. 43, No.11 | NZPA | Tue November 30th, 2010

In this issue: 75th Annual Conference - Recognising the Risk, Police staff help cancer kids and Survey shows strong support for lowering drink driving limit.

Police News November 2010

Vol. 43, No.10 | NZPA | Sun October 31st, 2010

In this issue: Inspector Mike O'Leary honoured with inaugural Association Bravery Award, Association calls for general arming of Police, Slain Officer's grave restored to former glory and DNA collection expanded to fight violent crime.

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Police News October 2010

Vol.43, No 9 | NZPA | Thu September 30th, 2010

In this issue: The aftermath of a 7.1 magnitude quake, Climbing wall dream comes to fruition at RNZPC and Police Pursuits - Damned if you do damned if you don't.

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Police News September 2010

Vol. 43, No.8 | NZPA | Wed September 1st, 2010

In this issue: When a frontline section isn't really a section, September 29 - Our day of Remembrance and Wanganui's gang patch law a success.

Police News August 2010

August 2010, Vol. 43, No.7 | NZPA | Sun August 1st, 2010

In this issue: Crims already armed - time for Police to catch up, Association applauds move on knife crime and Police Association Bravery Awards introduced.

Police News July 2010

Vol. 43, No.6 | NZPA | Thu July 1st, 2010

In this issue: Family Violence - Police attend an incident every seven minutes, Association calls for restrictions for high-powered air rifles and Lifting the lid on organised crime (Part 3).


Police News June 2010

Vol. 43, No.5 | NZPA | Tue June 1st, 2010

In this issue: Cabinet to decide on lowering blood alcohol limit, What you should know about your leave entitlements, The 10 key features of organised crime.

Police News May 2010

Vol 43, No.4 | NZPA | Sat May 1st, 2010

In this issue: Your chance to have your say on child abuse issues, Understanding Organised Crime and A day in the life of the...Youth Aid Section

Police News April 2010

Vol. 43, No.3 | NZPA | Wed March 31st, 2010

In this issue:  Firm deterrant needed for those who attack police officers, Day in the life of...Police Highway Patrol and Association renews call for Norwegian-style lock boxes in cars.

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Police News March 2010

Vol. 43, No.2 | NZPA | Sun February 28th, 2010

In this issue: Shiftwork and what you need know about coping with it, Day in the life of the..Diplomatic Protection Service, Government to look at law relating to the carriage of knives and Honiara Children's Ward to Benefit from Kiwi Kindness.

Police News Jan/Feb 2010

Vol, 43, No.1 | NZPA | Sun January 31st, 2010

In this issue: The Dangers of social networking sites, Global warming a boon to cannabis growers? and A day in the life of the Police Search and Rescue Team.

Police News December 2009

Vol 42, No 11 | NZPA | Mon November 30th, 2009

In this issue: Police Association welcomes the Search and Surveillance Bill; Government takes aim at anti-social behaviour and domestic violence; A day in the life of the...New Zealand Police Dog Training Centre and The 74th Annual Conference of the NZ Police Association.

Police News November 2009

Vol. 42, No.10 | NZPA | Sat October 31st, 2009

In this Issue: Remembrance Day - 2009; a day in the life of the E-Crime Group; our new website goes live; and the Police Association Conference has a good, hard look at New Zealand's criminal 'underbelly'.

Police News October 2009

Vol. 42, No.9 | NZPA | Wed September 30th, 2009
In this issue: We explore the youth gang culture becoming glamourised in the eyes of vulnerable and often disenfranchised youth; agreed guidelines for management of LWOP; Police Pay round 2009/What the arbitrator had to say; and a day in the life of a Police forensic photographer.

Police News September 2009

Vol. 42, No.8 | NZPA | Tue September 1st, 2009
In this issue: Various perspectives on the arming debate; A day in the life of the National Dive Squad; and Police Facing the Financial Knife.

Police News August 2009

Vol. 42, No.7 | NZPA | Sat August 1st, 2009
In this Issue: A day in the life of the Police Communications Centres; to be (armed) or not to be (armed); and Bob Scott wins the Graperide Ultimate Cycle Race in Marlborough.

Police News July 2009

NZPA | Wed July 1st, 2009
In this Issue: 'Cops in Schools' scheme working well in South Auckland; a day in the life of the Fingerprint Section; and Police do a backflip on the long awaited safety footwear.

Police News June 2009

Vol.42, No.5 | NZPA | Mon June 1st, 2009
In this Issue: The Association welcomes new ‘gang patch’ law; act of bravery earns officers second highest Police award; 'boy racer' legislation one step closer; and Len Snee, a champion bloke, farewelled.

Police News May 2009

Vol.42, No.4 | NZPA | Fri May 1st, 2009
In this Issue: Asset seizure law becomes a reality; almost half of all constables have been threatened with a weapon while on the job; and the National Drug Intelligence Bureau are battling against the $1 billion “P” trade.
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