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New Zealand Police
12/03/2016 at 20:18. Facebook
Here’s the next instalment in our #WomenInBlue series featuring Inspector Naila Hassan. Naila has had an extraordinary life in and out of police #WomenInNZPolice
New Zealand Police
yesterday at 22:32. Facebook
It was a fun-filled day yesterday at the Royal NZ Police College as NZ Police and Child Youth and Family hosted a Christmas Party for kids in CYF care.

The kids had the chance to play on the merry-go-round and the bouncy castle, go for a ride in a Police car, get their faces painted and have their hair or nails done. They were also treated to a display by police dogs and their handlers. The...
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New Zealand Police
yesterday at 03:14. Facebook
Today we are mourning the death of our colleague and friend, Sergeant Mike Toon.

Mike had gone into the Manawatu River to help his daughter, who was trying to rescue their family dog from the water. He acted with the courage and dedication which are characteristic of both a police officer and a father. Mike’s body was sadly recovered from the river at 9.30 this morning by members of the...
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New Zealand Police
yesterday at 01:34. Facebook
See you soon beautiful Kaikoura!

A number of our Police staff who’ve been flown in from all over the country to help out in the region are flying out today.

We want to extend a massive thank you to the Kaikoura people for being so fantastic to work with.

The Police team are all in love with your gorgeous town so we thought it was only appropriate to share some of the best photos our...
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New Zealand Police
12/01/2016 at 03:20. Facebook
Are you a budding poet like Ruby? Help remind people to check their speed this summer by writing your own Holiday Haiku, and you could win some great prizes from Z Energy: z.co.nz/haiku #CheckYourSpeed4Me #HolidayHaiku
New Zealand Police
11/29/2016 at 02:24. Facebook
Today at The Boatshed in Wellington, Police, in conjunction with ACC and other road safety partners, announced a national Holiday Haiku competition based on the road safety message “check your speed.”

Children from a number of Wellington schools read their haiku at the launch and pre-eminent poet Sam Hunt also added his voice to the campaign, reading his ‘collision’ poem.

By asking people to...
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New Zealand Police
11/28/2016 at 02:42. Facebook
All the action from an excellent day of Women's 5 aside Football in the New Zealand Communities Football Cup.
Kurangaituku Maia took the trophy with a 2-1 win over Manukau Rebels in the final. Both Kurangaituku teams reached the semi finals along with NK Tarara.
New Zealand Police
11/28/2016 at 00:25. Facebook
The emergency response underway in Kaikoura couldn’t happen if we didn’t have the support of the wonderful locals and the efforts of our superb volunteers.

A huge thank you from NZ Police to everyone working to make a difference!
New Zealand Police
11/27/2016 at 21:44. Facebook
We’re sorry for bombarding you with so many tweets on Friday. If you were following @WhiteRibbonNZP on Twitter you might have noticed a few more tweets popping up on your feed.

We weren’t trying to spam you, but we did want to give you an idea of how many times we get calls for service for family violence each day.

Each year, approximately 3,500 convictions are recorded against men, for...
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New Zealand Police
11/27/2016 at 07:24. Facebook
New Zealand Police
11/27/2016 at 07:24. Facebook
New Zealand Police
11/26/2016 at 21:42. Facebook
Constable Carmen Stewart is another one of our incredible #WomenInBlue Here's her story about dealing with the dead as an Inquest Officer #WomenInNZPolice
New Zealand Police
11/26/2016 at 04:52. Facebook
This weekend's New Zealand Communities Football Cup got off to a great start in Auckland today, with an entertaining opening ceremony and some great footie action!

Congratulations to today's winners and good luck to everyone taking part in tomorrow's matches!
While out and about in the Kaikoura community yesterday our staff were handing out white ribbons and reminding everyone what the day is all about.

It was great to see the people of Kaikoura getting in behind this important cause.

Let’s all remember that stress levels are high following the big earthquake and we have to look after each other.

If you're worried about someone or a situation,...
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From growing up in a violent home to creating safer communities, Sergeant Tania Kingi shares her heartfelt story #whiteribbonnz

Please note, this video deals with the issue of family violence and some parts may be hard to watch.
Police currently has a 24 hour presence in the wider Kaikoura region.

Our staff are not only working on reassurance patrols following the quake, but also focusing on business as usual Policing and crime prevention.

We’d like to reassure people in the wider Kaikoura community that they should contact us immediately if they have any concerns or want to report a crime.

Police is here to help...
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Representatives from New Zealand were on the ground in Fiji for the official opening of the new detector dog kennels at Nadi International Airport on Tuesday November 21.

The Fiji Detector Dog Project is a joint project involving Fiji Revenue and Customs Authority, Fiji Police, New Zealand Police and New Zealand customs, funded by the New Zealand Pacific Security Fund. The project will...
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A huge shout out needs to go to the gang at Bean Me Up on the Kaikoura waterfront.

These guys have been working tirelessly over the last week, providing FREE coffees to anyone who needs it.

Sharon, JP, Philipe (pictured) and the gang are keeping everyone’s spirits high – a true display of Kiwi culture.

Good on you guys – and thanks for keeping our Police staff going!
While out and about in Kaikoura today, Senior Constable Phil Little found this Shag not doing very well on the coastline near Blue Duck.

He and Acting Sergeant Andrea Williams rushed the bird, now nick named Steve the Shag, to Mike at the Department of Conservation who is now taking care of him.

Go well Steve - We've got our fingers crossed for a speedy recovery!