The value of valuing diversity
Police’s commitment to live up to its core value of Valuing Diversity has received a massive endorsement in New Zealand’s first Superdiversity Stocktake.
Women, peace and security
Last month at the United Nations Security Council in New York, New Zealand launched its National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security. It has major significance for Police, writes Senior Sergeant Claire Bibby, who helped draft the plan.
A degree of innovation
From an animated sheriff to a heavy metal wedge, the ideas flowed when students were challenged to come up with novel solutions to car crime.
Retailer on board for prevention
Police has teamed up with a motor accessories retailer to stop people becoming repeat victims.
Ministers see ideas in action
Police Minister Michael Woodhouse and Communications Minister Amy Adams saw ideas in action during a visit to Police’s Mobile Innovation Lab and Experience Centre, where staff develop new ways of working to support everyday policing.
Charity begins at home
It started with a song. Now Police employee Michelle Carlile-Alkhouri is heading a charity which aims to bring some creative light into the lives of Syrian refugee children.