Help Kiwis reach the beach
The challenge has been laid down to Police staff to help keep road users safe this summer.
More than just numbers
Victims are more than just numbers – and the new-look crime statistics put them at the centre of the information we gather.
Pride in the uniform
Last time it was T-shirts and a banner. Next time it will be uniforms, dogs, horses, motorcycles, colours, a police car and a pipe band.
What the white ribbon means to me
“I wanted to help women like her and children like me” ... a staff member writes of the family violence that inspired her to join New Zealand Police.
White Ribbon - how we marked the day
On cycles, on motorbikes or on high heels, Police staff were to the fore in marking White Ribbon Day last month.
Anti-corruption agreement signed
Police has strengthened its relationship with cricket’s anti-corruption body ahead of New Zealand hosting the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015.
Networking on a global scale
From Arctic Canada to Tierra del Fuego, Detective Superintendent Mike Pannett has a heck of a beat.
Tough guys spread gentle message
A week on a Pacific island was no holiday for a group of sports stars in a unique Police-led programme to prevent family violence. Jane Archibald, Police’s Manager Strategic Communications, reports.
G20 - ready, willing and able
New Zealand Police’s largest overseas deployment to date demonstrated our staff’s abilities and the organisation’s commitment to playing a meaningful international role, says Assistant Commissioner Mike Rusbatch.
Memories of the tsunami
Commissioner Mike Bush was the first New Zealand Police officer to reach Phuket, Thailand, after the 2004 Boxing Day tsunami. As the 10th anniversary of the disaster approaches, he recalls his role in the huge international police operation that followed.
A million kids SNAP up roadshow
Police cheerleaders Bryan and Bobby are approaching a notable landmark – one million children entertained in two years.
Connecting through football
The beautiful game was played for all the right reasons when 22 teams battled it out at the New Zealand Communities Football Cup.
Innovate, communicate – and celebrate!
Innovation in Police communications was recognised with two national awards last month.