Hard questions, good grace
Constable Rowan McKinlay-Sadgrove, of Rotorua, was present as Commissioner Mike Bush delivered an apology to the Tuhoe community last month. Here she writes of the experience.
Talofa lava neighbours!
Around 90 New Zealand Police officers travelled to Samoa to support policing of this month’s United Nations Small Islands Developing States conference.
Open to diversity
Police’s “open, honest, transparent” attitude to diversity underpins a valued relationship with the Human Rights Commission (HRC), says Race Relations Commssioner Dame Susan Devoy.
If it works, use it
A Centre for Policing Research is being established to identify what police tactics and strategies work and to help frontline officers and supervisors deliver safer communities.
Ray Van Beynen’s childhood ambition was to join Police – and the career has never disappointed him, providing “a number of experiences of a lifetime”.
Artist brings criminal past to life
Faces from Police’s past have been brought back to life by a portrait painter from the other side of the world.
A year of positive change
Superintendent Craig Tweedie left Police last month after seeing one of the biggest changes of his tenure as National Manager Police Prosecution Service (PPS) successfully bedded in.
A credit to New Zealand
Veterans of New Zealand Police's first international peacekeeping operation gathered this month to mark the 50th anniversary of the deployment to Cyprus.
Happy birthday AOS
The sun shone and the crowds turned out for a rare chance to get up close to the Armed Offenders Squad at the centrepiece of national celebrations of the squad’s 50th anniversary last month.