PHPF: being the best we can - by Commissioner Mike Bush
Kia ora. Our vision for Police is to have the trust and confidence of all. To achieve this, we need to be the safest country and therefore the best Police service in the world. Everyone who lives in or visits New Zealand deserves this, and it’s our job to make it happen.
How PHPF might make a difference
An intoxicated woman who is denied entry to a bar scuffles with bouncers, ending with an iPhone 6 belonging to one of the door staff being destroyed.
Our brilliant day – in pictures
It was, said Commissioner Mike Bush, a brilliant day for Police - and no one who was there would disagree.
Jessica Phuang, Auckland City District Asian Liaison Coordinator, says she is living her dream as she builds bridges between Police and communities.
A royal appointment
The passing years and tyranny of distance have failed to loosen the ties that bind members of No 25 HRH Prince of Wales Cadet Wing and their royal patron.
MPs pass muster
For the first time in 30 years, Military Police members last month attended - and successfully completed - the CIB induction course at the RNZPC.
New Zealand Bravery Awards
Five police officers were among 11 people who this month received New Zealand Bravery Awards for risking their lives to help others.
Having a ball for engagement
Kiwi advisors working under the Partnership for Pacific Policing (3P) programme have helped Vanuatu Police (VPF) engage with their communities by having a ball.
Friends in need
Peter Keedwell remembers, as a police sergeant, telling a woman her husband had been killed in a construction accident.
Champions. But not
Played four, won four. Points for 197, points against 61. New Zealand Police’s netballers played like champions but, as invitational guests only in the 2016 Air Force Interbase Netball Tournament, came away with nothing but pride.