Woolf Fisher Police Fellowship Programme

Uniformed Police officers

The Woolf Fisher Police Fellowship programme (established in September 2017) awards up to 15 constabulary and non-constabulary employees each year for their excellence and dedication to NZ Police with a certificate and funding for international travel and study.

The primary purpose of the Fellowship is to promote better and more efficient policing for the benefit of our communities. Recipients of the Fellowship are funded to travel and study abroad. Their study may include observation of policing practices in overseas jurisdictions or participation in a pre-agreed course of study (or both). Fellows are required to report back on their learning on their return.

The Fellowship provides funding to cover travel, study and associated costs of the fellow and an accompanying spouse or partner (if any).

2018 Fellows

  • Sergeant Bernadette Boyle-Tiatia, Eastern
  • Constable Aaron Campbell, Canterbury
  • Senior Constable Richard Collier, Waikato
  • Detective Senior Sergeant Jacqueline Corner, Tasman
  • Sergeant Scott Dixon, Counties Manukau
  • Senior Constable Atawhai Henare, Northland
  • Senior Constable Rowena Jones, Northland
  • Ms Ashleigh Lowe, Counties Manukau
  • Senior Sergeant Caroline Martin, Wellington
  • Inspector Chris McLellan, Northland
  • Ms Gabrielle Quirke, Central
  • Inspector Kelly Ryan, Police National Headquarters
  • Mr David Scott, Police National Headquarters
  • Senior Constable Blair Spalding, Waikato
  • Ms Denise Tizard, Police National Headquarters

For more information, go to the Woolf Fisher Trust website.

Sergeant Bernadette Boyle-Tiatia, Eastern and Sir Noel Robinson, Chairman of the Woolf Fisher Trust

Sergeant Bernadette Boyle-Tiatia, Eastern and Sir Noel Robinson, Chairman of the Woolf Fisher Trust