Police News

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.

Police News May 2004

Vol 37, No 4 | NZPA Police News | Sat May 1st, 2004
In this Issue: Commission of Inquiry has its second hearing; The new Holidays Act and you; and Comms staff shortages - a special investigation.

Police News April 2004

Vol. 37, No.3 | NZPA | Thu April 1st, 2004
In this issue: Vicious attack highlights dangers of rural policing; Covert body armour - one step closer and PFAWAC meets in Canberra.

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Police News March 2004

Vol. 37, No.2 | NZPA | Mon March 1st, 2004
In this issue: To pursue or not to pursue? - High speed chases; BOC’s important decision–the case for covert body vests and Police professionalism shines through at Waitangi.

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Police News January/February 2004

Vol. 37, No.1 | NZPA | Thu January 1st, 2004
In this issue: Pharmacists’ precursor ban unlikely to extend nationwide; Changes to court system on the way?; Young offenders thumb their nose at the law and GSF or PSS - which way to jump?

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Police News December 2003

Vol. 36, No.11 | NZPA | Mon December 1st, 2003
In this issue: Cash transfers from GSF; Legal Status of cannabis to remain unchanged and Thrills and Spills aplenty at bike champs.

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Police News November 2003

Vol 36, No 10 | NZPA | Sat November 1st, 2003
In this Issue: Arming and integration survey results, Prisoner escort duties go to security firms, Taking the P-rofit from Organised Crime, Name Protection Bill born out of the Waitara tradegy and Cook Islands Police Association doing the hard yards.

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Police News October 2003

Vol. 36, No.9 | NZPA | Wed October 1st, 2003
In this issue: Annual income to organised crime = $400 million; Employment Court upholds importance of Police Disciplinary Tribunal and Police Complaints Authority to have own investigators.

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Police News September 2003

Vol. 36, No.8 | NZPA | Mon September 1st, 2003
In this issue: Harlech House Control Group established; World-renowned gang expert to address Conference and New York after dark - Police perspective.

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Police News August 2003

Vol. 36, No.7 | NZPA | Fri August 1st, 2003
In this issue: Pay round 2003: MEMBERS RATIFY PAY DEAL; Some changes made to DNA Bill and The scourge that is P.

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Police News July 2003

Vol. 36, No.6 | NZPA | Tue July 1st, 2003
In this issue: Legionnaires’ disease forces evacuation at Harlech House; Traffic enforcement and road safety survey makes interesting reading and Surprising positions taken by Minister and Police Administration over Prostitution Law Reform Bill.

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Police News June 2003

Vol. 36, No.5 | NZPA | Sun June 1st, 2003
In this issue: 40 Years of Fond Memories Respected Association Representative and Colourful Community Constable John Gower Retires, It’s Official! Crime rates are Tolerable and British Police – Over-stretched, Underpaid and Under Appreciated – Sound Familiar?

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Police News May 2003

Vol. 36, No.4 | NZPA | Thu May 1st, 2003
In the issue: The great debate - Traffic vs General Duties Policing, The Association's submission on the Independent Police Complaints Authority Amendment Bill and North Shore Police Turnout for ANZAC Parade.

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Police News April 2003

Vol. 36, No.3 | NZPA | Tue April 1st, 2003
In this issue: The NZ Police Association helps Cook Island Police set-up their own Association; Payround Briefing 2003 and Amendments to proposed Prostitution Bill to target criminals and help local authorities.

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Police News March 2003

Vol 36, No.2 | NZPA | Sun March 2nd, 2003
In this issue: Police parade in Wellington to celebrate the return of those serving in East Timor; Auckland Staff set to rally in March; Bill to decriminalise prostitution has serious flaws; and rural policing - further delays in addressing issues.

Police News Jan/Feb 2003

Vol 36, No.1 | NZPA | Thu January 2nd, 2003
In this issue: Waitara – what mischief is created in a vacuum; plus public reaction in the wake of the shooting; 2003 Pay Round developments; and an update on the Auckland staffing crisis.

Police News Dec 2002

Vol 35, No.11 | NZPA | Mon December 2nd, 2002
In this issue: Celebrity basketball match played in Duncan Taylor’s memory; huge turnout at rally to address Auckland staffing crisis; and a look into why NZ must invest in safety.

Police News November 2002

Vol 35, No.10 | NZPA | Sat November 2nd, 2002
In this issue: "I’m No Hero" New York Cop tells Association Conference; the 'MethEdemic' - NZ Statistics a wake up call; and progress at last for GSF-transfers.

Police News October 2002

Volume 35, No 9 | NZPA | Wed October 2nd, 2002
In this issue: Snowboarding Champs first sport to benefit from Association and Council of Sport Sponsorship Agreement; PSS set to introduce member choice; and a look into the Auckland staffing crisis and the proposed initiatives aimed at addressing the issue.

Police News September 2002

Volume 35, No 8 | NZPA | Mon September 2nd, 2002
In this issue: Duncan Taylor’s family unveil memorial plaque; Sworn eye examination provisions restrictive and unfair; and George Hawkins is reappointed Minister of Police.

Police News August 2002

Volume 35, No 7 | NZPA | Fri August 2nd, 2002
In this Issue: Farewell to Duncan Taylor - senseless loss of a good man and a good cop; Election 2002 - Association comfortable with results; and Youth Aid Officers ratify settlement.

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