Remembrance Day

On 29 September each year a Remembrance Day Service is held for serving and former Police staff who died during the previous twelve months. This date is the feast day of the Archangel Michael, patron saint of police.

Police officers killed by criminal acts while performing their official duties are remembered in the Roll of Honour read out at each Service. Their service and commitment to the New Zealand Police is remembered and honoured.

Remembrance Day Booklet

Candles alight in church for memorial service.

Remembrance Day 2017 and Roll of Honour 1886 - 2017 [PDF 2.6MB]

Remembrance Day 2016 and Roll of Honour 1886 - 2016 [PDF 3MB]
Remembrance Day 2015 and Roll of Honour 1886 - 2015[PDF 4MB]
Remembrance Day 2014 and Roll of Honour 1886 - 2014 [PDF 10.4MB]
Remembrance Day 2013 and Roll of Honour 1886 - 2013 [PDF 3.9MB]
Remembrance Day 2012 and Roll of Honour 1886 - 2012 [PDF 3.1MB]
Remembrance Day 2011 and Roll of Honour 1886 - 2011 [PDF 1.3MB]
Remembrance Day 2010 and Roll of Honour 1886 - 2010 [PDF 4.8MB]
Remembrance Day 2009 and Roll of Honour 1886 - 2009 [PDF 2.2MB]
Remembrance Day 2008 and Roll of Honour 1886 - 2008 [PDF 2.1MB]
Remembrance Day 2007 and Roll of Honour 1886 - 2007 [PDF 2.2MB]
Remembrance Day 2006 and Roll of Honour 1886 - 2006 [PDF 1.4MB]
Remembrance Day 2005 and Roll of Honour 1886 - 2005 [PDF 1.2MB]