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Our management team oversees a dedicated and experienced staff of more than 50 people who work for the Police Association. Based at our national office in Wellington and out in the field throughout New Zealand, our team is dedicated to providing support and services to association members.

Chris Cahill

Chris Cahill

President of the NZ Police Association

Chris is a detective inspector, seconded full time to the association’s national office. He was elected for a three-year-term at the 2016 annual conference.

Chris has held a range of positions with association since 1994, including committee member, chairman, pay adviser, region director and vice-president.

Greg Fleming

Greg Fleming

National Secretary

As the association’s industrial advocate, Greg is a member of the management team and leads the industrial team at national office. 

Greg joined the association in 1986, and has widely recognised expertise in pay round settlement processes and outcomes, and related law and order issues. 

He was appointed national secretary in 2017.

Fiona McKissock

Fiona McKissock

Chief Operating Officer

Since October 2017, Fiona has been responsible for the operational arm of the NZPA's national office in Wellington. 

Fiona is responsible for the products and services provided to NZPA members, including the national portfolio of over 65 holiday homes, The Police Health Plan, General and Travel Insurance, and our various financial products available for our members by our third party partners. 

Fiona's staff responsibility includes management of the Welfare, Marketing, Human Resources, Finance and Information Technology teams.

Pete Hayes

Pete Hayes

Welfare Fund Manager

Pete Hayes joined the Police Association in 1993 as the first Wellington field officer.

He went on to became a pivotal part of the association’s welfare services arm, establishing the member services centre, introducing professional practices to the Police Health Plan and taking on his current role in 1997.

His previous 14 years’ experience as a police officer mean he can relate well to the needs of members.