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No. 377 February 2014

Welcome to the February issue of Ten One. In this issue we consider how policing helped make summer safer for New Zealanders, look behind the scenes of the record-breaking Operation Ghost, see who earned New Year Honours and meet three recently appointed commanders as they settle into their districts.

You can also read As I See It, Commissioner Peter Marshall's latest blog about Police issues.

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From Safer to Safest Summer

The Safer Summer road safety campaign played a major role in what looks set to be NZ’s safest summer yet.

Give us a TWIRL for safety

A new approach to vehicle stops aims to make the process more thorough and consistent across the country.

Changes aid happy holidays

It wasn’t quite ‘peace on Earth and goodwill to all men’, but early indications are that Police’s new tools and procedures proved their worth during the summer party season. Initial feedback suggests provisions of the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012 (SASAA) and guidance provided by the reworked Public Order Management chapters of the Police Manual helped staff keep order amid the revelry.

Police Ten 7 back on screen

Police Ten 7 returns for its 21st series this month and staff are urged to make the most of the opportunity to enlist the help of the viewing public.


Ghost hits where it hurts

Operation Ghost may be out of the headlines but the work goes on to identify assets and prepare the files for court.


Leaders plan women's network

Women in Police are developing an advisory network to support female colleagues after a gathering of some of Police's most influential female leaders.

New Year Honours 2014

Five people were honoured for their contribution to Police and the public in the 2014 New Year Honours.

Opportunity knocks for new Commanders

Our newest district commander took up her position last month - and staff can expect to see her out and about.


Farewell to historic station

More than 50 years after arriving at Lyttelton Police Station as a young constable, Robin (Bob) Loader returned last month to say farewell to the historic building.


Prompt appeal brings arrest

Fast, effective media liaison is being credited with securing an arrest after a sexually motivated assault in West Auckland.

Airport insights for Niue staff

Police at Auckland International Airport have been helping counterparts from Niue get to grips with the complexities of airport policing.

Veterans' ripper reunion

Half a century after they began their training at Trentham, members of the Sam Barnett Cadet Wing were together again for their golden anniversary reunion.

A world of challenges

By Commissioner Peter Marshall

At this time of year our focus is on Waitangi and national issues - but as 2014 proceeds we will find ourselves increasingly involved in matters with overseas significance.

Minister’s Word

A view from Police Minister Anne Tolley

I want to begin my first column of 2014 by acknowledging all of the hard work that took place over the holiday period.

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