NZ Police Recruitment
01/18/2017 at 22:48. Facebook
Recruitment ad from the 1950s.

Seven decades later we've changed the hat, but we're still looking for proud people to work for us #tbt #oldschool #newcops #icareenough
A really nice story about a recruit getting some work experience with Te Awamutu police. This could be you
Police college is a big challenge but as these guys will tell you, it’s totally worth it. Make 2017 the year you join NZ Police #icareenough
There's so many ways to make a difference to people's lives when you become a cop [ Link ]
Kia ora everyone! Police recruitment will be having a Christmas break from Thursday, 22 Dec until Thursday, 5 Jan, and unable to reply to questions. Thanks so much for following us this year and we hope you have an enjoyable break. Will 2017 be the year you say YES to becoming a cop??
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New Cops | Do you care enough?
We hoped you’ve enjoyed watching some of our amazing #WomenInNZPolice over the last few weeks. We’ll be back again in the new year, but in the meantime check out some of the ways our police staff like to relax when they’re not at work.
Don't hold back! Constable Emmy Garnons-Williams advice for anyone thinking of becoming a cop. This is her story of making the decision to follow her dreams #WomenInNZPolice #WomenInBlue
We're super proud of our 40 new constables in Wing 301 who graduated from police college yesterday!!!

They come from a range of backgrounds, with qualifications in everything from carpentry and veterinary nursing, to commerce and aircraft engineering.

Congratulations, we wish you all the very best!

#newcops #icareenough #nzpolice #rnzpc
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
A spectacular day of football and weather with a Cup final game that had all the drama required to make the weekend even more memorable.
Defending Champs Somalia, took the lead before RYAN came back and equalised late in the 2nd half, Then Somalia were awarded a penalty and sent it into the trees at the back of the number 1 pitch. Extra time produced nothing and a 5-4 penalty count to RYAN...
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Here's a career path at NZ Police you may not have known about. Constable Carmen Stewart talks about life as an Inquest Officer #WomenInNZPolice
Sergeant Tania Kingi talks about growing up in a violent home and why she became a cop #whiteribbonnz

Please note, this video deals with the issue of family violence and some parts may be hard to watch.
Last night at the Women's Recruitment Seminar we met with 180 women about their future in the NZ Police. 15 of our police women came out to speak to potential applicants and loved speaking with everybody and sharing their stories. The evening was such a success we will be running another event in early 2017 for more people to come and see their potential with us!

For those who attended last...
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Follow @WhiteRibbonNZP on Twitter to get an idea of the average number of calls for service for family violence police receive on any given day #whiteribbonnz #wrnzp

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