|Ten-One Community Edition: 347 July 2011 is brought to you by The New Zealand Police|
|Welcome to the community edition of Ten-One for July 2011.|
In this issue, we look at the warnings system saving police thousands of hours, add up the harm prevented through cannabis recovery, start a new chapter in child protection and find out how the Eagle helicopter has extended its wings.
You can also read As I See It, Commissioner Peter Marshall's latest blog about Police issues.
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Pre-charge warnings are saving frontline police thousands of hours and producing better outcomes for victims and offenders, a review has found.
A weekend of 50th anniversary celebrations planned by the Hells Angels Motorcycle Gang were disrupted this month as part of a planned operation to prevent offending by members.
Operation Linda, the National Cannabis Crime Operation (NCCO), chalked up another successful summer in targeting the cultivation and distribution of cannabis throughout New Zealand.
Firearms safety training is reaching rural and Māori communities in a format designed to specifically meet their needs.
A view from Police Minister Judith Collins
Bravery goes with the territory for our Police. They face dangerous situations day in and day out, and they do so with great guts and determination.
The extraordinary deeds performed by police officers every day provide inspiration for Police’s latest recruitment drive.
Twenty police officers will see the Rugby World Cup from a privileged perspective – the inner sanctum of the participating teams.
|News from Police districts|
Wellington District faced a worst-case scenario when a backlog of child abuse files was uncovered in 2008. The opening of a new child protection unit last month marked the start of a new beginning.
For the first time in 10 years Police on horseback patrolled Fieldays, the national agricultural show held at Mystery Creek in June.
Police on reassurance patrols in Christchurch’s eastern suburbs have been kept busy since June’s serious aftershocks, helping residents clear fresh mountains of silt.
Jared Thomas’s life changed on a drunken Saturday night three years ago, when a car he was in spun out on a rural road at around 180km/h.
Helmet-mounted night vision goggles have significantly improved the capability of Police’s helicopter, Eagle.
Rotorua Dog Section celebrated 50 years of action with a public display attended by more than 1000 people.
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