Ten One No. 372 August 2013 is brought to you by New Zealand Police.

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No. 372 August 2013

Welcome to the August issue of Ten One.

In this issue, we see how Wellington coped in the recent earthquakes, find out how community justice panels are changing lives and catch up with the Royal New Zealand Police College.

You can also read As I See It, Commissioner Peter Marshall's latest blog about Police issues.

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Message of quake is ‘Be prepared’

Preparation was the key when a 6.5-magnitude earthquake hit central New Zealand last month.

Justice panels changing lives

The problem-solving approach taken by community justice panels is a real opportunity to change lives, according to a seasoned police officer.


Intelligence points to high-risk drivers

Frontline staff working to prevent road trauma are getting a new insight into who are the highest-risk drivers on their patch.


College strives for place of PRIDE

The Royal New Zealand Police College is forging ahead in its goal to train staff for the real world while reinforcing core values.

Diversity milestone achieved

The skills and backgrounds of recruits entering the Royal New Zealand Police College has changed in recent years to reflect the country's increasingly diverse communities.

Billboards speak for locals

Eye-catching billboards beside main roads in Central District are making a powerful statement against family violence.

Police get Corrections to the job

Offenders serving community-based sentences can now be monitored in some of the country’s most isolated areas, thanks to a collaboration with Corrections.

Last Aussie citations

Officers of Northern Territory Police, Fire and Emergency Services were presented with Canterbury Earthquake Citations last month at a ceremony in Darwin. Presentations were made by NZ Police Commissioner Peter Marshall and Territory Police Commissioner John McRoberts.

Three in one

The Ormsby policing family got together at PNHQ last month to celebrate Damin Ormsby's promotion to Inspector.

Change and challenge

By Commissioner Peter Marshall

Last month I flew to the Solomon Islands with the Prime Minister, Police, Defence, Revenue and Maori Affairs Ministers, MPs, government officials and members of other agencies for events commemorating the tenth anniversary of RAMSI's deployment.

Minister’s Word

A view from Police Minister Anne Tolley

It’s always a great joy to be invited to open a new police station – and not just because I get my name on a plaque!

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