Fire in the hills
With fire ravaging Canterbury’s Port Hills, Police staff were in the thick of things as they worked to keep people safe.
Double view of disaster
Police officers who are also volunteer firefighters had a unique view of the fires.
Snapshots from the front line
Field intelligence officer, Senior Constable Rod Fraser was helping evacuate residents in Worsleys Road on the Wednesday when they were joined by a bulldozer crew.
Let us in! Applications surge
A record number of people applied to join Police in the first two months of 2017 after a highly successful summer recruitment campaign.
College prepares for influx
The Royal New Zealand Police College (RNZPC) is getting ready for an increase in recruit numbers once the first of the extra 880 police officers begins training later this year.
Building a hive of intelligence
Beehive and honey thefts are devastating to the owners and cost the whole industry, with thefts on the increase and a total cost estimated to be in the millions.
Evidence for better policing
New Zealand Police has the opportunity to take control of its own profession and establish new professional standards and best practice based on evidence.
Equal to the task
When Constable Carrenna Isaac quit school, her options seemed limited. Now she watches over prime ministers and other VIPs as a member of Protection Services.
Pacific focus on people smuggling
Law enforcement, border and government officials from eight Pacific Island nations visited the RNZPC last month for training on how to counter people smuggling.
Pride – our fabulous day
Pride 2017 was the brightest and most fabulous yet for Police, writes Inspector Tracy Phillips.