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Read in-depth feature stories, news articles and the president's column from each issue of Police News.

  • Austerity hangover hits Irish cops

    Featured ArticlesNZPA

    If you thought the results of the last Police pay round could have been better, spare a thought for the tough times faced by colleagues in Ireland who came within a whisker of taking industrial action.

  • Research into body / car cameras approved

    Featured ArticlesNZPA

    Conference delegates have voted in favour of the Police Association investigating the suitability of frontline staff being equipped with body and/or car cameras and to report the findings to next year’s conference.

  • The sharp end of police work

    Featured ArticlesNZPA

    Police work can be messy, dirty and dangerous, including coming into contact with sharp objects such as hypodermic needles.

  • Iam Keen (December 2019)

    Featured ArticlesIam Keen - NZPA

    This column is written by a frontline police member. It does not represent the views or policies of the Police Association.

  • Cannabis at the corner store

    Featured ArticlesNZPA

    The policing landscape in New Zealand could be very different this time next year if a referendum results in the legalisation of recreational cannabis. Following a recent fact-finding trip to Canada, Police Association President Chris Cahill offers insights into what could happen here.

  • Bullying under review

    Featured ArticlesNZPA

    Police staff are no strangers to claims of bullying and intimidation in the workplace, but increasing awareness and intolerance around such behaviour have pushed the issue into the spotlight this year.