Media Event Publisher
Media Event Publisher is a web-based tool providing basic information to media about calls for service Police units are dispatched to.
Information provided through the tool will include an event number, event code, event type (description), street or location, suburb, city, police dispatched enroute or attended, time and date.
Media can apply for access to Media Event Publisher here https://forms.police.govt.nz/general/media-request.
What does the Police Media Centre do?
What areas do you cover?
How do I get in touch with the Police media team?
How do I receive information about police?
How does the Police Media Centre get its information?
We’re told about a police car with lights and sirens going.
Can you immediately tell us what is happening?
What information can you give?
How quickly will you respond?
Why does it take time before victims are named?
Do you give preference to certain media outlets?
Can I still talk directly to local police?
Will you tell other media organisations about my enquiry?
How busy are you?
Do you respond to requests from student journalists?
Can I always deal with one media adviser?
Who works in the Police Media Centre?
How can I get an officer to do a quick radio or TV interview?
Can media centre staff give audio or TV interviews?