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No. 370 June 2013

Welcome to the June issue of Ten One.

In this issue, we hear Louise Nicholas's view of today's police, find out how rural cops are saving lives, and test the search and rescue capabilities of new Air Force helicopters.


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

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Louise Nicholas an equal partner

Working with police on an information brochure and training package to help victims of sexual abuse has taken Louise Nicholas full circle.


Rural cops can drive big impact

Small stations that punch above their weight in road policing are contributing to milestone results such as last month’s first ever fatality-free Queen's Birthday weekend.

 

Dog teams honoured for Napier role

The role of dog teams in the Napier siege was commemorated during the national dog championships prize-giving last month.

Command centres key in prevention

District command centres (DCCs) will become hubs of operational decision-making, enabling district commanders to pre-empt emerging situations and prevent crime.

Rescue capabilities tested

Central District staff - and police dog Bax - helped test the search and rescue capabilities of the Air Force’s new NH90 helicopters last month.

Compassion at a tragic time

Going the extra mile was important for New Lynn police officers helping a family to work through the tragic loss of a child.

Born-and-bred talent shines

The national dog championships last month were a triumph for the Dog Training Centre's breeding programme, which produced nine of the ten police patrol dogs and three of the detector dogs competing.

PCT effort takes the cake

Sergeant Clem Edmonds of Rolleston station became the oldest constable to pass the PCT last month when he stormed through the test aged "almost" 70.


Brave shave an eye-opener

Forty heads were exposed to the Wellington winter after a head shave held last month in honour of a missed colleague and fundraising legend.

Brochure reflects change

By Commissioner Peter Marshall

At PNHQ last month we hosted the launch of a brochure for victims of adult sexual assault. It explains the investigation process and spells out a person's rights and the level of service they can expect after making a complaint.

Minister’s Word

A view from Police Minister Anne Tolley

A successful, transparent police service such as ours will always be under scrutiny.


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