New Zealand Police is working with the community to make New Zealanders be safe and feel safe. With over 13,000 staff, we provide policing services 24 hours a day, every day. We operate by land, sea and air, manage over 860,000 emergency calls a year and are always actively preventing crime and crashes.
We’re working towards specific goals and targets that highlight our intent to work collaboratively with iwi and communities, other government sectors and business partners to deliver ‘Our Business’ and achieve long-term change.
View the Our Business infographic (PDF, 1.9 MB) to find out why we’re here, what we do and how we’re going about it.
About New Zealand Police
Find out about our functions and vision to the New Zealand public. Also includes an introduction to the 2007 Police Commission of Inquiry and progress reports. ... More
Learn about the New Zealand Police core values, which serve as the guiding principles in our commitment to keeping people safe. ... More
Māori and Police in partnership
Find out how Māori and Police work together to help prevent crime, crashes and victimisation in our communities. This includes The Turning of the Tide strategy, iwi liaison officers and recruitment. ... More
Find out about the Police management structure, its 12 districts and some of its teams and units. ... More
Publications and statistics
View corporate publications, forms, guides and standards, general reports and research as well as crime statistics and monthly statistical indicators. ... More
History and Museum
Explore the early history of Police, read the memorials of officers killed by criminal acts, learn about modern insignia of rank and find out about the exciting Police Museum near Porirua. ... More
Investigations and reviews
As part of ongoing investigative work, New Zealand Police occasionally release investigation documents and reviews which are of public interest. ... More
Programmes and initiatives
Find out about international, national and local programmes and initiatives. ... More
How we manage personal information
We recognise the way we handle personal information is important in maintaining the levels of trust and confidence to which we aspire. ... More
Ko te iwi Māori me Ngā Pirihimana e ngunguru nei
Kimihia mai ngā kōrero mō te mahi tahi a te iwi Māori me ngā Pirihimana ki te kaupare atu i te hara, i ngā tukinga waka me ngā mahi takakino tangata i ō tātou hapori. ... More