New trousers unwrapped
Police’s new operational trousers are more comfortable, more functional and easier to care for than their predecessors.
FV team ‘here to save lives’
From the front line to the corridors of power, the team spearheading Police’s fight against family violence is dedicated to saving lives.
Motorcycle safety built in
Ten new-look Police motorcycles will bear the message ‘Look for bikes’ to remind all road-users that taking another look can save lives.
Prevention, the rural way
Police has opened a new channel to combat rural crime – and is using a tractor to plough a new furrow in public awareness.
Professionalism, dignity and pride
Senior Sergeant Leah Everest, of CVIU, who helped organise the Police contingent in Auckland’s Pride Parade, writes of what the event means to her.
MRMs to make a difference
Every district will soon have a Maori responsiveness manager (MRM) to lead Police’s work with iwi.
Strong, ethical, enduring culture
The Commission of Inquiry into Police Conduct (COI) is the catalyst for a strong and enduring culture, not simply a box-ticking exercise.
Pacific anti-violence team recognised
The achievements of the Police team spearheading the campaign against family violence in the Pacific have been recognised with a prestigious international award.
Street smarts from Smart Client
Police can now provide community partners with consistent, good-quality information thanks to Smart Client, a mapping application used across Police.
New code based on respect
Police’s refreshed Code of Conduct takes effect on 2 April, replacing the one introduced in 2008 in response to the Commission of Inquiry (COI) into Police Conduct.
Concepts shaping up for future
Policing Excellence: the Future (PEtF) has hit the ground running in 2015, says Commissioner Mike Bush.