Police News

Police News Jan/Feb 2007

Vol. 40, No.1 | NZPA | Tue January 2nd, 2007
In this Issue: Annual Conference resolutions; New Zealand lags behind the rest of the world in addressing cellphone use while driving; and the Police Rugby League team takes part in a commemorative service for 9/11.

Police News December 2006

Vol. 39, No.11 | NZPA | Sat December 2nd, 2006
In this Issue: Rotorua Police hold fundraiser to benefit cancer charities; 71st Annual Conference focuses on betterment of policing and protection of members; as well as the results from the 2006 Police Basketball Championships.

Police News November 2006

Vol. 39, No.10 | NZPA Police News | Wed November 1st, 2006

In this Issue: The Police dog section celebrates 50 years of crime fighting, Superintendent John Spence shares his diary from Dili, and Tracy Ball takes the New Zealand Police Sportsperson of The Year Award.

Police News October 2006

Vol. 39, No.9 | NZPA Police News | Sun October 1st, 2006
In this Issue: Kiwi team rises to the challenge in Bougainville; retired Inspector Joe Franklin takes a fresh look at the Eric Stanley Graham massacre; and initiatives to reduce car theft may be stymied.

Police News September 2006

Vol. 39, No.8 | NZPA Police News | Fri September 1st, 2006
In this Issue: Takapuna Police help leukaemia sufferer through the Make-A-Wish Foundation; Child Abuse, New Zealand's darkest secret; and the Auckland Police rugby team heads to the US.

Police News August 2006

Vol. 39, No.7 | NZPA Police News | Tue August 1st, 2006
In this Issue: Newly elected Association Osh rep Colin Murphy, lucky to be alive after being dragged by a vehicle, survey confirms that CIB is facing significant problems, and member feedback from the 2006 payround.

Police News July 2006

Vol. 39, No.6 | NZPA Police News | Sat July 1st, 2006
In this Issue: How Policing is changing, recruitment and retention - two major headaches for police, and a second Greytown holiday home is to be built.

Police News June 2006

39, No.5 | NZPA Police News | Thu June 1st, 2006

In this Issue: Police decide to design a new uniform for temporary constables' after criticsm, systematic failures in Mental Health leave police feeling like 'the ambulance at the bottom of the cliff', and update on the payround and how it is progressing.

Police News May 2006

Vol. 39, No.4 | NZPA Police News | Mon May 1st, 2006
In this Issue: New Commissioner, Howard Broad, focused on the future; 84% of sworn officers are in favour of raising the drinking age; and the Royal New Zealand Police College celebrates it's 25th Anniversary.

Police News April 2006

Vol. 39, No.3 | NZPA Police News | Sat April 1st, 2006
In 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 2006

Vol. 39, No.2 | NZPA Police News | Wed March 1st, 2006
In 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 2006

Vol. 39, No.1 | NZPA Police News | Wed February 1st, 2006
In 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 2005

NZPA Police News | Thu December 1st, 2005
In 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 2005

38, No.10 | NZPA Police News | Tue November 1st, 2005
In 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 2005

NZPA Police News | Sat October 1st, 2005
In 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 2005

Vol 38, No.8 | NZPA Police News | Thu September 1st, 2005
In 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 2005

Vol. 38, No.7 | NZPA Police News | Mon August 1st, 2005
In 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 2005

Vol. 38, No.6 | NZPA Police News | Fri July 1st, 2005
In 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 2005

Vol 38, No 4 | NZPA | Wed June 1st, 2005
In 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 2005

Vol 38, No 4 | NZPA | Sun May 1st, 2005
In 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 2005

Vol 38, No 3 | NZPA Police News | Fri April 1st, 2005
In 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 2005

Vol 38, No 2 | NZPA | Wed March 2nd, 2005
In 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

Vol 38, No 1 | NZPA Police News | Sun January 2nd, 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.

Police News December 2004

Vol 37, No 11 | NZPA Police News | Thu December 2nd, 2004
In this Issue: Putting the squeeze on Organised Crime; Association back Prime Ministerial motorcade officers charged with dangerous driving; and Déjà vu – Comms Centre seven months on - What has changed?

Police News November 2004

Vol 37, No 10 | NZPA | Mon November 1st, 2004
In this Issue: Remand prisoner proposal ‘stonewalled’; Large crowd attends remembrance service; and the Association’s 69th Annual Conference is held in Wellington.

Police News October 2004

Vol 37, No 9 | NZPA | Fri October 1st, 2004
In this Issue: The Association puts proposal on remand prisoner problem, Commission of Inquiry in abeyance; and Logan’s run comes to an end after 38 years - Logan Alderson retires.

Police News September 2004

Vol 37, No 8 | NZPA | Wed September 1st, 2004
In this Issue: Balancing Act for Commission of Inquiry; arrest referral project to be piloted in Christchurch; and Pass the prisoner - No room for remand prisoners?

Police News August 2004

Vol 37, No 7 | NZPA Police News | Sun August 1st, 2004
In this Issue: A “top bloke” killed on duty in Taranaki; Body armour trial gets under way; Personal grievances – what you should know about them; Holidays Act dispute heads to Employment Court; and Welcome to Hell – the inside story of the Fiji meth bust.

Police News July 2004

Vol 37, No 6 | NZPA Police News | Thu July 1st, 2004
In this Issue: GSF cash transfers a step closer; Minister questioned about Comms safety and staffing; and Professionalism of policing – “a natural progression”.

Police News June 2004

Vol 37, No 5 | NZPA | Tue June 1st, 2004
In this Issue: NZ Police rugby league team win ANZAC test 22-6; PCA Amendment Bill changed at 11th hour; and $39m extra to fight methamphetamine trade.
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