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Putting crime and crash prevention at the heart of Police will fundamentally change the way staff do their job, says Deputy Commissioner Operations, Mike Bush.
Extraordinary times in Christchurch have led to an innovative partnership between Police and the Department of Corrections.
Three people were arrested and 67.6 kilograms of ContacNT seized in a combined operation by Auckland Police metro drug squad and New Zealand Customs this month. It’s the largest amount of the methamphetamine pre-cursor drug to be seized this year.
Police will learn how to respond to child abuse earlier in their careers following changes to the CIB training programme.
Dunedin police preparing for the Rugby World Cup face a unique conundrum – the stadium isn’t finished yet.
As the world digested news of the killing of Osama Bin Laden, New Zealand Police was co-hosting a gathering to explore the counter-terrorism preparedness of Pacific nations.
Detective Senior Sergeant Chris Cahill of Auckland Metro Crime and Operations Support (AMCOS) is the first NZ Police officer ever deployed to the Australian Federal Police (AFP).
A short video of tips to help people keep their homes safe from burglars was watched more than 700 times in its first month on the Internet.
Levin police are on a mission to raise awareness of family violence in their town and across the Horowhenua.
Five children from a vulnerable Hastings community won a new set of wheels during a fun day organised by local police and Hastings District Council over Easter.
Police in the two-person station of Wyndham in Southland have built an unusual network of eyes and ears to help patrol their vast rural area.
New Zealand was the first country in the world to announce the start of an international 10-year road safety campaign this month.
After several years of criminal offending and nine drink driving convictions, a Northland man has turned his life around.
More than 70 teenagers took to the Taupō Motorsport Park race track during last month’s school holidays to take part in the Driver Directions programme.
Southland road police aren’t keen on most pimped-up rides – but one is a little different.
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