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Family, friends and ex-colleagues have farewelled former Chief Inspector Bernie Rowe, who died late last month at the age of 78.
Bernie served 26 years in Police, earning a reputation as a...More
A “good bugger” who could bring a smile to the face of everyone he came in contact with during 36 years of policing on the West Coast was farewelled last week.
Senior Constable Jos...More
Hawke’s Bay’s police and rugby players have come together to discuss career options.
Police and members of the Magpies and Tuis women’s squad met for a training session and discussion about...More
The new Eagle helicopters are a fantastic acquisition which will significantly increase the capability of our Air Support Unit (ASU), says Commissioner Mike Bush.
Since 1 July, the ASU has...More
Children from low-decile schools in Porirua are being given new opportunities to learn outside the classroom thanks to a fund set up to commemorate local-boy-turned-police-officer Derek Wootton,...More
It was the dogs that first attracted her to Police, and now animals are taking her out.
Inspector Tracy Phillips has left Police for the SPCA after a colourful and varied career since...More
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