|Ten-One Community Edition: 326 October 2009 is brought to you by The New Zealand Police|
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|Fallen colleagues remembered|
Police staff joined with family and friends at the Police Remembrance Day Service to honour staff, both serving and retired, who have passed away. The event was held at the Royal New Zealand Police Training College in Porirua on Tuesday 29 September.
Remembrance Day was commemorated across New Zealand and overseas.
In the Solomon Islands, New Zealand police officers took part in an early morning service, along with other Participating Police Force (PPF) members and Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) staff.
The powerful earthquake measuring around 8.3 on the Richter scale that struck close to Samoa at 06.48am on Wednesday 30 September impacted New Zealand Police in a number of ways.
At PNHQ the International Service Group (ISG) and Operations Group swung quickly into action.
It seems there’s never a dull moment for Eastern Police District Operations Manager, Inspector Mike O’Leary.
The tangi and funeral of Sir Howard Morrison captivated New Zealand.
This month Deputy Commissioner Lyn Provost vacates the post she has held for eight years to take up her new role as Auditor-General of New Zealand.
Staff and patients at the National Referral Hospital in Honiara, Solomon Islands have benefited from a delivery of medical supplies and other material thanks to the joint effort of government agencies and corporate organisations from New Zealand.
Back in October 2008 Senior Sergeant Dean Gifford hit the headlines for collecting an incredible three tonnes of goods for distribution in the Solomon Islands.
Solomon Islands forensics is to benefit from two thoughtful and significant donations of specialist equipment.
|Wardens receive new vehicles
In early September Māori Wardens based in Wellington District celebrated the arrival of two new vans in a special ceremony at the Royal New Zealand Police College.
In its third year of operation, the Māori Wardens project has seen more than 700 wardens warranted, up from just under 500 in June 2007. Some 500 wardens have attended some form of training through the project.
An idea by police and social services to give a local family a bit of a helping hand triggered an astounding response from the community of Feilding.
A recent story in Ten-One about Lower Hutt Area Commander Inspector Richard Chambers and his attraction for local moggies prompted OC Ōnehunga Senior Sergeant Hirone Waretini to contact Ten-One about Horse, the ‘station cat’.
Bay of Plenty Police, Blue Light Ventures and members of the Bay of Plenty Steamers rugby team have spent most of the National Provincial Championship rugby season visiting primary schools in the Western Bay of
A record 4000 young people attended Blue Light events during a recent three-week community marathon.
The Commissioner’s public blog, Police Dispatch, now has a ‘subscribe’ facility.
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