If you are in business as a secondhand dealer or pawnbroker you must hold a licence or certificate and fulfil certain requirements. There are also obligations for scrap metal dealers, Internet auction… More
Learn how to recognise and handle suspicious letters or packages and get a bomb threat checklist.… More
There are many ways you can prevent crime affecting your business by using simple, effective crime prevention techniques.
Find out how Police vetting works and how organisations can use this service (sometimes called a police check or clearance). Vetting helps organisations protect vulnerable people in their care.
Under the Telecommunications (Interception Capability & Security) Act 2013, Police have responsibility for maintaining a register of network operators.
The New Zealand Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) collects, analyses and disseminates financial intelligence relating to suspicious transactions/activities, money laundering and the financing of terrorism.… More
Retail Crime Prevention Hub
Retail crime costs New Zealand retailers $1 billion each year and has a significant personal impact on those working in the industry.
Police take all retail crime serious… More