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Police capability on the water takes a quantum leap forward with the arrival of Lady Elizabeth IV to Wellington harbour.
The launch of the new missing persons website on 18 August encouraged a significant number of online visitors to the site within the first 24 hours.
A vast range of Internet activity is regularly reported to police, from annoyances like spam through to serious fraud and child exploitation.
Use of pre-charge warnings in Auckland metro has been welcomed by many longer serving officers as a return to the use of police discretion.
A new District Headquarters has shaped the way Tasman District interacts with its community.
The importance of having ESR forensic scientists attend the scenes of serious crimes is being recognised in a new five-year forensic service agreement between Police and ESR.
An agreement that formally allows New Zealand and Samoan police to undertake mutual assistance was recently re-signed by the Commissioners of both countries Police at PNHQ.
Ways to enhance the recruitment, retention and development of Māori staff within Police was the focus of a two-day hui held in Waikato early last month.
Rotorua residents are feeling safer despite more personal experiences of crime during the past 12 months.
|Children and youth|
A project to reduce the impact of alcohol on Rodney youth won the award for most outstanding initiative at Blue Light's annual awards ceremony at the Royal New Zealand Police College last month.
Life to the Max has gone from strength to strength in the past six years, says
The stark reality of child abuse was highlighted this month with Child Protection Week (5-11 September).
Young leaders are thinking innovatively about race unity, causing agencies to sit up and take notice.
With phase three of the It’s not OK! family violence campaign underway, police and the community are reminded that ten minutes can make a difference.
|In the community|
|Match raises funds for charity
Police took on Waikanae in the annual Bowman Todd Memorial rugby match last month, raising around $5000 for charity.
A mangled car wreck brings safe driving messages to life at the Police Museum's new road policing exhibition.
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