Fifa success a team effort
Fifty-two games, 24 teams and just three arrests. Policing of the Fifa Under-20 World Cup in New Zealand was a triumph of meticulous planning, expert execution and cooperation with partner agencies.
Safety first for children’s workers
Operational police staff are to be safety checked in a public sector drive to protect at-risk children.
Phones buzz over missing yacht
A missing yacht in French Polynesia led to some long-distance detective work last month.
Guide to good practice
The National Prevention Centre has launched an evidence-based online database to keep staff informed about what works, what might work and what doesn’t work in policing.
Vanuatu after Cyclone Pam
In March Vanuatu bore the brunt of Cyclone Pam, with 11 people killed and communities devastated. As the nation works toward long-term recovery, on this and the following page two New Zealand Police officers reflect on their own missions to help in the aftermath of disaster.
Whirlwind mission for relief effort
A 2500km helicopter journey followed by two weeks distributing aid – it was no ordinary SAR mission for Senior Constable Mike Tinnelly.