Ten One No. 352 December 2011 is brought to you by New Zealand Police.

No. 352, December 2011

In this issue, we count the millions criminals have forfeited under new legislation, find out how Pike River has changed things for victims and see some of the man-stuff police did to mark a day against violence.


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

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Baddies lose their goodies

Criminals have been stripped of more than $10 million in cash and assets through the criminal proceeds recovery legislation.

Stolen cars database goes public

A database of stolen vehicles launches this month on the Police website. The database can be searched by entering a number plate, engine, chassis or vehicle identification number.


Training is the real deal

Simulator training for firearms, Taser and other tactical options was officially launched at the Police College last month.

Pike River puts victims centre stage

A year ago, the Pike River mine disaster tested Police’s response to its victims and their families.

Real men give violence the heave-ho

Man-stuff happened in every corner of the country as police and their communities marked White Ribbon Day last month.


Proud police on parade

The first Auckland-wide Pay Parade brought cheers and applause from onlookers as more than 300 staff marched up Queen Street last month.

Chopper training a potential life-saver

Ten officers from Levin and Palmerston North search and rescue teams recently undertook Helicopter Underwater Escape Training (HUET), to learn what to do if their helicopter ever crashes into water.

Matters of life and death

Connections between police officers and death are explored in a major exhibition at the Museum of Wellington City & Sea.

Museum cars come home

Forty vehicles representing decades of policing have been returned to the care of the New Zealand Police Museum in Porirua.

Tuned-in viewers dob in crooks

The high-rating television series Police Ten 7 chalked up good wins throughout its latest series.

New runner goes far

Less than two years after he took up running, Senior Sergeant Brendon Keenan won the iconic Round the Mountain 160km ultra-marathon in Taranaki last month.

Locks tumble in Timaru

Twenty-five scalps and an upper lip were shocked by exposure to the Canterbury sunshine after a fundraiser for the Cancer Society last month.

Rugby match remembers fallen colleague

The Stu Guthrie Memorial Game was played for the 20th year by Dunedin Police and Harbour RFC last month.

Association shares our vision
By Police Commissioner Peter Marshall

Members of the Police Association have an innate interest in the wellbeing of police officers, the reputation of New Zealand Police and where the organisation is going.


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