|Ten-One Community Edition: 342 February 2011 is brought to you by The New Zealand Police|
|Welcome to the community edition of Ten-One for February 2011.|
We apologise that the February issue of Community Edition has been released a day late, as staff have been involved with working on matters related to the Christchurch earthquake
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Police staff joined the rest of New Zealand today for two minutes silence marking one week since the devastating Christchurch earthquake.
Police took swift action to rip the welcome mat out from under the Rebels and other criminal gangs this month.
The new case management system must become business as usual for staff if gaps in the Police system for managing criminal investigations are to be plugged, says Police Commissioner Howard Broad.
Eight months after Feilding farmer Scott Guy was gunned down in his driveway, the investigation is a long way from winding down.
The Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS) turned 20 this month - but the milestone is unlikely to have sparked celebrations among the criminal fraternity.
It's the first anniversary of a tool that helps prevent young criminals from re-offending.
Two robbers rushed into a New Plymouth hall, wielded shotguns at the 175 people inside and dragged one man from his seat demanding money.
Offending at New Zealand’s biggest shopping mall has been slashed by a successful crime-fighting partnership.
A simple email address is making all the difference to Dunedin's lost property system.
A highly visual and interactive tool is teaching Hawke's Bay parents how to buckle their kids in properly.
Waitangi weekend tested Wellington Police with a national celebration of a different sort – 35,000 people heading to Westpac Stadium for a two-day NZI Sevens fiesta.
Protest was an integral part of Waitangi Day celebrations as expected this month but it's no longer the sole focus of events.
The people of Counties Manukau are absolutely thrilled with their new Neighbourhood Policing Teams, says Acting Senior Sergeant Keith Olsen, the project's District Coordinator.
The daily activities of Police staff provide material for some 14 reality TV shows a year. While there's no financial gain for Police, the public awareness and tip-offs they generate make them worthwhile.
Forensic photography isn't all about blood and guts, says retired Police forensic photographer, Senior Constable Bruce Hutton.
Working on four homicides is demanding enough but Detective Senior Sergeant Dave Glossop has an additional concern - when he can get out for a training ride.
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