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History was made on the roads this month, with the first zero road toll being recorded for a holiday weekend.
High visibility remains a priority for Christchurch Police following the most recent series of earthquakes in the city.
Police tested their riot gear and tactics as part of a programme to rebuild capability around public disorder last month.
District commanders say they are impressed by the potential of neighbourhood policing teams (NPTs) after seeing them in action in Counties Manukau.
Two hundred SMART devices will be issued to staff by the end of this month, with another 250 to come.
Police working at Rugby World Cup venues have upped their game in good time for kick-off.
|News from Police districts|
The Asian community of New Lynn is stepping up to protect itself from bag snatchers, robbers and other criminals.
The line-up of ethnic Police staff at the Tuan Jie (Project Unity) launch showed Police’s commitment to ethnic diversity.
Arsonists may have torched the Highbury police base in Palmerston North but they’ve failed to burn the bridges between Police and local community. The team is standing strong and refusing to leave the damaged building.
Waitakere traffic police are more skilled at identifying unsafe or defective vehicles after a day’s training with VTNZ recently.
Students at Onslow College, Johnsonville, creatively expressed their thoughts around healthy relationships as part of a violence-prevention programme called Love Bites last month.
Professional rugby players are testing out policing as a second career option under a new pilot scheme in Dunedin.
Victims of low-level family violence are being helped by postgraduate social work students attached to Dunedin’s Family Violence Unit.
After travelling 950k from Gisborne to Christchurch on kick scooters, the last 10k were the hardest for Constables Rob Newman and Nathan Whitley.
Arriving in quake-struck Central Christchurch on her road bike, Constable Anna Partridge realised she couldn’t run in cleats.
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