Ten One No. 390 April 2015 is brought to you by New Zealand Police.

Ten One from New Zealand Police

No. 390 April 2015

Welcome to the April issue of Ten One.

In this issue, we find out how detector dogs in Fiji will help improve New Zealand’s security, look back on the policing operation that helped make the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 a triumph off the pitch, meet some of the stars of the new series of Dog Squad, say farewell to the Iroquois helicopter and witness the presentation of Police’s highest honour.

You can also read Direct Line, Commissioner Mike Bush's latest blog about Police issues.


Sign-up to receive Ten One by email

Enter your email address and receive a free monthly copy of Ten One - direct to you by email.

Detector dog units for Fiji

Police and Customs staff in New Zealand and Fiji are working together to establish a detector dog programme in the island nation.


Planning, partnership and passion

Kiwis may not have much enjoyed the final, but policing of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 (CWC) in New Zealand was a triumph of planning, partnership and passion, says operation commander Superintendent Sandra Manderson.

Paws for action

Adjust your sets and get ready for action as the popular reality TV programme Dog Squad returns to our screens with a new series starting at 7.30pm, TV One, on Tuesday, 21 April.

Iroquois bows out in style

Police has farewelled a trusty workhorse – the Iroquois helicopter – with the conclusion of Operation Jasmin, this year’s national cannabis crime operation.

Exceptional service honoured

Four long-serving and high-achieving members of staff have received Police’s Meritorious Service Medal (MSM) for their exceptional service and commitment.

Changing of the guard

Superintendent Barry Taylor takes up his new post in London with the satisfaction of knowing the Response and Operations Group is in good shape and in good hands.

More than just a numbers game

Mike Rawsthorn is bringing a strong operational grounding to the new role of National Crime Registrar (NCR).

Safety in the DNA

DNA technology is protecting school property thanks to the BNZ Safer Schools initiative.

CPNZ - ready, willing and able

Police’s partners at Community Patrols New Zealand (CPNZ) are ready, willing and able to increase their level of service to their communities, says CEO Murray Smith.

Prevention from above

The Eagle helicopter has a powerful new tool for prevention in the form of its upgraded forward-looking infra red (FLIR) capability.


New HQ takes shape

The future home of Christchurch and Canterbury Police is taking shape on the regenerating city skyline.

Royal honour for Police

Commissioner Mike Bush was guest of honour last month at the Maori King’s Royal Regatta at Turangawaewae, where police were invited to take part both on land and on the water.

Better than a million dollars

After nearly 36 years in Police, Wellington Maritime Unit stalwart Senior Constable Barry Hart is retiring from a job he calls a labour of love.

Sailing to win, rain or shine

In weather requiring use of both sunscreen and waterproofs, the New Zealand Police Sailing Association hosted a two-day Nationals competition on Auckland Harbour last month.

Lest we forget

By Commissioner Mike Bush

Kia ora. April 25 marks the centenary of the Anzac landings at Gallipoli and this year’s commemorations are bound to draw even bigger crowds than usual.

Minister's Word

A view from Police Minister Michael Woodhouse

The ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 has attracted thousands of visitors to New Zealand, with big crowds showing up for every game.

Contact the editor  |  Designed and published by inbox Ltd - NZ specialist for email newsletters

ISSN 1179-8807
Text and images copyright 2004-2015 New Zealand Police unless otherwise stated
Privacy and security statements

newcops.co.nz - information about becoming a new cop