Police News is the magazine of the New Zealand Police Association. It is published monthly, except for January-February, which are covered by a single issue.
Police News incorporates the New Zealand Police Journal, first published in 1937. The Editor can be contacted through the Contact Police News form.
Police News Jan/Feb 2017
In this issue: Our national clan lab teams and their role in the war on meth; the difficult recovery of a drowned colleague; police who have had melanoma share their stories; and non-sworn staff to be trained in TENR.
Police News December 2016
In this issue: Response Kaikoura - our people working in the earthquake disaster zone; a look at the value of having more police in communities; and the Association makes a commitment to female representation.
Police News November 2016
In this issue: New Police Association President Chris Cahill hits the ground running; coverage of the 81st Annual Conference; a new, low-cost wills and estates service for members; and what you need to know about statutory holidays.
Police News October 2016
In this issue: Your views on the right age for youth justice, four pages of action from the inaugural Police Winter Games, and ten questions with new Region 4 Director Paul Ormerod.
Police News September 2016
In this issue: A Long Association - the O'Connor years; three historical names to be added to the Police Memorial Wall; and tough love for meth families.
Police News August 2016
In this issue: Northland police teams struggle with file holdings; 75 years of women in police relays; front counter safety design prototypes; the Lady Liz II sea tragedy remembered; and the annual committee AGMs round-up.
Police News July 2016
In this issue: Police Assn Sportsperson of the Year Rachel Clarke makes it two in a row, cops turn midwives for babies in a hurry, and road policing resourcing explained.
Police News June 2016
In this issue: Leap of faith - a dramatic escape from an armed man through a second storey window; t-shirts to mark 75 years of women in Police launched; Police review of counter safety in police stations; and what you need to know about parental leave.
Police News May 2016
In this issue: A vision for the Police Dog Trust; a little person in Police; Rosalie Sterritt reflects on her Police career; and surviving cyclones on the Pacific beat.
Police News April 2016
In this issue: Epic action at the NZPA Surf Champs, police families with intellectually disabled children, illegal firearms inquiry underway, and pioneers of women in police.
Police News March 2016
In this issue: Specialist police keep the peace at the TPPA protest; member survey results on the main issues facing police; Wellington's chop shop squad back in action; and remembering the Christchurch quake five years on.
Police News January/February 2016
In this issue: Results of your pay round; how crime stats have changed; and the driverless car revolution.
Police News December 2015
In this issue: Forced to fire - when cops are used as weapons; how we can make our front counters safer; views sought on workplace rotation policies; and member survey feedback.
Police News November 2015
In this issue: Coverage of the 80th annual Police Association conference and the Police Association Bravery Awards.
Police News October 2015
In this issue: Two-up in the Tron - chasing an armed offender into the Waikato River; on the frontline at a police shooting; and why have so many crims got guns?
Police News September 2015
In this issue: How Tasers protect both the public and police; a history of the Headhunters gang and their growing influence in NZ; and the Police Pipe Band honours slain police with their new tartan.
Police News August 2015
In this issue: High in the sky with the Eagle crew; how older officers add value to policing; and ten questions with new Southern field officer Brian Ballantyne.
Police News July 2015
In this issue: 2014 Police Sportsperson of the Year Rachel Clarke, our Wing 276 constables two years on, and Colorado's legal drug market.
Police News June 2015
In this issue: Coverage of the PFA Women's Advisory Committee conference; a look at the work of Police's Alcohol Harm Prevention teams; and new health plan benefits announced.
Police News May 2015
In this issue: Recruit driver training; the perils of policing rowdy parties; tackling bullying in the workplace; and one member's quake rebuild story.
Police News April 2015
In this issue: Under attack – violent assaults against police officers on the rise; comms staff under pressure again; Erebus archive saved; and the virtual battlefield of cyber crime.
Police News March 2015
In this issue: the police pipe band; custody blowout at Auckland police cells; and pros and cons of body-worn video.
Police News Jan/Feb 2015
In this issue: we document one officer’s journey with cancer treatment; we ask whether current levels of firearms training are adequate; and reveal the best tactics for taking down a struggling offender.
Police News December 2014
In this issue: Kiwi cops take the heat in Brisbane at G20; meet New Zealand's only type 1 diabetic frontline cop; and Christmas in custody - working the cells over the festive season.
Police News November 2014
In this issue: Leading Change - full coverage of the Police Association annual conference; and a courageous water rescue cop is honoured with a Bravery Award.
Police News October 2014
In this issue: Black Fern Selica Winiata scoops the NZPA Sportsperson of the Year Award; Kiwi DVI cops return from the MH17 operation; and two new holiday homes open.
Police News September 2014
In this issue: Armed and dangerous - Kiwi crims stockpile illegal weapons; spotlight on police forensic photographers; and we farewell our long-serving Association CEO.
Police News August 2014
In this issue: Spotlight on dog handlers; law and order policies ahead of the general election; and area committee AGM reports.
Police News July 2014
In this issue: Frustration over Police equity and diversity policies; inside the new command centres; stories from the early days of AOS; and hepatitis risks for staff. Plus we farewell Region 2 director Dave Pizzini and go behind the scenes at the Police Museum.
Police News June 2014
In this issue: Spotlight on police trousers; our rookie constables after a year in the job; Sergeant Terry Johnson's crusade against scam artists, and legal high headaches.