Ten One No. 358 June 2012 is brought to you by New Zealand Police.

No. 358 June 2012

Welcome to the June issue of Ten One.

In this issue, we see how an anti-violence message is rolling out to sports fans, find out why Nelson police are revved up for motorcycle safety, and check on staff in Afghanistan who were caught up in a devastating car bomb attack.

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


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Latest scorecard shows hard-won points

The performance record and culture of Police are things New Zealanders can be proud of, according to the latest review of progress following the 2007 Commission of Inquiry into Police Conduct.

New roles in all Districts, structural changes for some

The needs of communities, victims and modern policing are top of mind as districts consider opportunities to reorganise their structures.

Youth Plan calls for consistency

A nationally consistent approach to dealing with youth issues is a key priority highlighted in a new Youth Policing Plan.

Kiwi cops join Pacific celebrations

A contingent of 63 represented New Zealand Police at celebrations in Samoa to mark 50 years of the country’s independence.

Sweet success for Tokelau trainees

In a truly Pacific partnership, four police officers from Tokelau recently completed the Samoa Police recruit course with facilitation by New Zealand Police.

Suicide bomber brings war to Kiwi cops

The realities of life in a war zone hit two staff members caught up in a devastating car bomb attack in Afghanistan last month.

Intelligence skills recognised as world class

Intelligence staff won three prestigious awards from a global organisation recently.

Anti-violence message sported on the field

A campaign to reduce family violence is reaching families in Central District through sport.

Pay up or learn: course spins motorcylists' wheels

Riders of scooters and small motorbikes are given a choice when stopped for poor driving around Nelson: pay a fine or learn better skills.

Combined muscle used on performance drug operation

Police joined with Customs and Medsafe last month to investigate a group alleged to illegally deal in performance and image enhancing drugs and prescription medicines.

Quake advisory work a challenging change

Technical terms such as ductility, shear wall and post-tensioned beams have become everyday words for Claire Edmondson, a legal advisor who took leave from the Police College to work on the Canterbury Earthquakes Royal Commission.

Our global balancing act

By Commissioner Peter Marshall

It's important to maintain global links, although we must balance them against obligations at home.

Minister’s Word

A view from Police Minister Anne Tolley

It has been refreshing to see praise for the Police Commissioner in his response to the so-called Urewera Four case and sentencing.

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