New Zealand Police
yesterday at 21:00. Facebook
It’s not too late to enter your #HolidayHaiku. Help remind drivers to check their speed this summer by submitting yours, and be in to win: z.co.nz/haiku

#CheckYourSpeed4Me
New Zealand Police
01/18/2017 at 19:56. Facebook
Play is important for these hard-working pups at the NZ Police Dog Training Centre in Upper Hutt. Here are Covak, Casha, and Ivy, playing with Simone, who's in charge of the kennels.
The purpose-built fort in the background was built with the help of the Police Dog Trust with the kindly donated services of Wellington builder Rodney Verhoeven. It gives our Police dogs - and our canine Customs...
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New Zealand Police
01/16/2017 at 23:21. Facebook
If you’ve been waiting for NCEA results, you can stop biting your nails now and hopefully have a big sigh of relief!

2016 was a tough year for some of us but we hope you all got the results you were wanting. Stay safe and work hard in 2017! :)
New Zealand Police
01/14/2017 at 22:10. Facebook
Equipping youngsters with the skills to safely cross the road or to check when they’re on footpaths for cars backing out of driveways, is second nature for Constable Andy Napier, one of our School Community Officers from Counties Manukau.

Andy, pictured here with some students from Hingaia Primary School, near Karaka, met with Moe the furry treehouse dwelling creature to give everyone an...
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New Zealand Police
01/13/2017 at 00:47. Facebook
Some of 2016's best moments from your favorite police reality TV show.
How safe is your home? If you're heading away this weekend you might want to take a couple of minutes to complete this quick home safety checklist. If you're a pro you won't receive any advice. If you don't have a black belt in crime prevention you'll receive a few tips to address your weak points. Give it a go...[ Police.govt.nz Link ]

Home Safety Checklist | New Zealand Police - online forms

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Tauranga Police are searching for Mary Robinson who went missing from Brookfield New World today.

She is 78-years-old and suffers from memory loss.

Mary sometimes goes by the nickname ‘Merna’. She has shoulder length blonde, thinning hair and was last seen wearing a black and white top, black trousers, had a scarf around her shoulder and was carrying a brown handbag with another scarf...
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Written your #HolidayHaiku yet? Submit yours now and you could win: z.co.nz/haiku #CheckYourSpeed4Me
Frank's reminding everyone to check their speed with his #HolidayHaiku. Are you a budding poet? Submit your own now and be in to win some great prizes from Z Energy: z.co.nz/haiku
Lauren’s written a #HolidayHaiku to remind everyone to check their speed this summer. Submit one of your own to be in to win some great prizes from Z Energy: z.co.nz/haiku #CheckYourSpeed4Me
Congratulations to Senior Constable Sue Guy and Sergeant Su Robinson (pictured), who are recipients of the Member of New Zealand Order of Merit (MNZM) in the New Year's Royal Honours List today, for services to New Zealand Police and youth.
Sergeant Robinson is currently a member of Hastings' Public Safety Team, and Senior Constable Guy is currently a field intelligence officer in Hawke's...
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You better watch out, you better not shout - cos I’m on duty and out and about…

Wellington police dog Falon has a nose for who’s been naughty or nice… and he and his antler - sorry, handler – Senior Constable Paul Fleck are among the Police staff who will be helping keep New Zealanders safe over the holiday period.

Merry Christmas and stay safe, from Falon and all of us at New Zealand Police.
#CountiesManukauPolice did something a little bit different for their community this year.
Manuia le kerisimasi – have a wonderful time with your ‘aiga this Christmas! Pasefika Proud
Do you remember when a family was burgled while they evacuated their house on the night of the recent quake? Canterbury Police have arrested and charged someone for the offence.

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Man charged with tsunami evacuation burglary

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A safety message from our colleagues at Waikato District Police