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The cutover to secure digital radio communications for the Wellington District in June is making a real difference and helping to catch criminals.
Detective Sergeant Roger Small is hoping that a combination of science and art will help solve a 20-year mystery.
Wellington police snatched victory from the jaws of defeat recently when they rescued the Ranfurly shield.
Pups from the M litter found themselves in safe hands when they received a visit from a famous sporting couple at the end of last month.
Otago/Southland Victim Support has a new ‘top dog’, thanks to the combined initiative of Southland’s Victim Support team and Invercargill Police.
Hawke’s Bay motorists who don’t buckle their kids in properly have the option of paying a fine – or not.
Driving in alpine conditions was the subject of a first-ever education day for bus drivers taking passengers up to southern ski fields.
A project aiming to make Porirua a safer community has won for New Zealand Police and the Porirua City Council the Prime Minister’s award for Public Sector Excellence.
A multidisciplinary project has helped reduce crime in one of the poorest areas of Blenheim, which has had high criminal offending and social dysfunction in the past.
A high-visibility education and enforcement operation to target drinkers in Auckland’s eastern bays over the summer period has been hailed a success by the Tactical Coordinator, Senior Sergeant Brett Hjorth.
It was a spate of bike thefts last summer that inspired Eastbourne Community Constable Anthony Harmer to come up with the idea of making bikes freely available to the public between Point Howard and Burden’s Gate.
The work Police Diversity Liaison Officers (DLOs) do with the transgender community was acknowledged when they won Agender, New Zealand’s ‘Trans Ally’ award at the organisation’s national conference in June. Agender is the national organisation which supports transgender people.
Te Atatu Constable Jodi Browne left more than fond memories at her first posting in Munda in the Solomon Islands – she left a namesake. Jodi says one night she was awakened by a phone call from a local police officer requesting help to drive a heavily pregnant woman, in labour, to hospital.
ON 28 November 1979, Air New Zealand flight 901, a DC10 registered ZK-NZP, crashed into Mt Erebus on Ross Island, Antarctica, instantly killing all 257 people on board.
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