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A new programme to prepare those wanting to join the police was launched at Manukau-based tertiary institution Te Wananga o Aotearoa (Wananga) in late July.
Seven officers from Palmerston North and Feilding are being ‘adopted’ by Hato Paora College in a scheme that aims to improve relationships between police and students.
The country’s northernmost police station, Houhora, is a stone’s throw from a busy fishing wharf.
Proactive police help is here for those business owners needing assistance with crime prevention initiatives in a language other than English. Māori, Pacific and Ethnic Services (MPES) has produced new business crime prevention booklets in Arabic, Chinese, Hindi and Korean, with Punjabi available soon.
Commissioner Howard Broad now has his own public blog.
Police staff in Canterbury, Auckland and Tauranga combined with an American Internet mediator last month to help find a New Zealand man suggesting he might harm himself.
New Zealand Police has reviewed its interpretation of what constitutes a military style semi-automatic (MSSA) under the Arms Act 1983. This means that some firearms in New Zealand previously considered category A sporting weapons are now correctly classified as MSSAs.
Inspector Richard (Felix) Chambers and the Lower Hutt police station he commands are building quite a reputation as a safe house for the region’s feline population.
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