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Highest standards are the Police objective
Two important reports from the Independent Police Conduct Authority (IPCA) have tested Police.
Police have created a new website to try and reunite owners with their stolen property.
Lower Hutt’s Crime and Crash team has put the area on the front foot in targeting and resolving volume crime.
Civil forfeiture legislation has been used by frontline officers in Lower Hutt’s Crime and Crash team to seize the assets of a local cannabis grower and dealer.
A two-year undercover operation code-named ‘Operation Lime’ targeting businesses and individuals responsible for the commercial sale of equipment and materials used for growing cannabis, and involving more than 500 police staff, came to fruition last month.
Protecting children is the key purpose of an updated protocol signed last month by Police and Child, Youth and Family.
Dog handlers from Police, Customs, Aviation Security and Corrections met up earlier this month to test their skill and those of their dogs in the New Zealand National Dog Championships.
Sergeant Chris Best of the NZRPC Dog Training Centre has spent 17 of his 20 years of service with Police as a dog handler.
A new group of Asian safety patrollers have recently completed part two of their patrol training at Avondale Police Station.
Award also a win for ‘the team’
Wellington Police District was awarded ‘Public Sector Employer of the Year’ at the Territorial Forces Employer Support Council’s ‘Employer of the Year’ Awards held at Parliament in April.
Police in the Wairarapa are using the power of books to connect with children in their communities. The “Police Reading in Schools” programme was launched last month by Masterton police staff.
Programme targets middle students
Four New Zealand Police officers left for the World Expo in Shanghai, China, at the end of April.
|Police in sport|
|Officer cycles his way to the top
Constable Daniel Waluszewski of Lower Hutt recentIy won two major cycling events, the Wellington Time Trial Championships (40km) and the Wellington Road Race Championships (130km).
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