Empathy a must for hands-on patron
New Zealand Police’s newest members will get used to seeing their patron around the Royal New Zealand Police College (RNZPC).
In shape for world cups
The recent one-day international cricket series has provided the perfect run-in for the team spearheading policing of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015.
New flares pass tough test
They have been run over by a truck, blasted with a fire hose and submerged in water – and still come out flashing. Now Police’s tough new electronic emergency road flares are working to make our roads safer.
Safety by any other name
However you say it, ‘Safer Communities Together’ is central to Police’s work – and now speakers of seven languages can benefit from three new crime prevention publications.
Why speed matters
Assistant Commissioner Road Policing Dave Cliff underlines the life-saving importance of enforcing New Zealand’s speed limits.
Test kits for Timor
Hospital patients in Timor Leste are set to benefit from Police’s switch to a new type of evidential blood collection kit.
Safety first on the front line
Improvements in operational capability - supported by evidence - are reducing assaults and injuries and increasing the safety of New Zealand’s police and public.
The rise of social media
Road closure to announce? Someone you need to trace? A hedgehog with its face stuck in a fast food box? Then you need social media. Amy Stewart-Badger, Media Advisor: Social Media in Public Affairs at PNHQ, looks at the phenomenon.
New Year Honours 2015
Three members of New Zealand Police were among recipients of New Year Royal Honours for their services to Police and their communities.