Ten One No. 397 November 2015 is brought to you by New Zealand Police.

Ten One from New Zealand Police

No. 397 November 2015

Welcome to the November issue of Ten One.

In this issue, we see how good work in the field of diversity has earned Police a positive report, look at the implications of getting women more involved in peacekeeping, highlight some smart thinking to help prevent vehicle crime and road trauma, find out about a dramatic booking for a police choir and check on some unusual artefacts at the Police Museum.


You can also read Direct Line, Commissioner Mike Bush's latest blog about Police issues.

 

Sign-up to receive Ten One by email

Enter your email address and receive a free monthly copy of Ten One - direct to you by email.


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.


Safety built on success

As summer approaches, police covering some of New Zealand’s most challenging roads are building on the success of a project which seeks to keep road users – including an increasing number of visitors - safe.



Alex – a community united

There was no happy ending in the search for ten-year-old Alex Fisher - but all involved in the extraordinary cross-community effort to find him should take pride in their contribution.

Ship artefacts surface at museum

Artefacts from one of New Zealand’s most famous and unusual shipwrecks are in the care of Police while their ownership is established.

Police choir centre stage

The Counties Manukau District Commander’s Police Choir has enjoyed a particularly dramatic booking – an integral part in a challenging play at an Auckland Theatre.

White Ribbon – get involved

By Commissioner Mike Bush

Kia ora. The lead-up to White Ribbon Day on 25 November will see police staff around New Zealand taking part in the campaign to eliminate violence against women.

Minister's Word

A view from Police Minister Michael Woodhouse

Last month I announced the Government’s decision to introduce stronger penalties for fleeing drivers and those who withhold information on fleeing drivers.


Contact the editor  |  Designed and published by inbox Ltd - NZ specialist for email newsletters

ISSN 1179-8807
Text and images copyright 2004-2015 New Zealand Police unless otherwise stated
Privacy and security statements

newcops.co.nz - information about becoming a new cop