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

  • Hitting crims where it really hurts

    Featured ArticlesNZPA

    Spotlight on the Asset Recovery Unit: A blow to the hip pocket of drug dealers and fraudsters is proving to be one of the most potent crime-fighting tools. By Ellen Brook

  • President's Column: Waiting for the trickledown

    President's ColumnNZPA

    The business media these days is full of superlatives and confidence about what is being described internationally as New Zealand’s “rock star economy”.

  • Attack on Bastion Point

    Featured ArticlesNZPA

    Talk about a bad day on the beat: The day that Community Constable Toddy Martin got stabbed in the face is one he’s had to talk about quite a lot since – reporting to his superiors and to OSH and talking to colleagues. And that’s been good, he says. Not just for him, but for the other officers who were involved and those who heard about it later. By Ellen Brook

  • Lining up for the top job

    Featured ArticlesNZPA

    The big question in policing circles right now is who will be the next Commissioner?

  • President's Column: Nostalgia and dead men's shoes

    President's ColumnNZPA

    I recently delivered a eulogy at the funeral of retired Assistant Commissioner Graeme Dallow. He was a senior headquarters officer and extremely well thought of.

  • Spotlight on Bryan & Bobby

    Featured ArticlesNZPA

    Constable Bryan Ward and his faithful sidekick, Bobby the police dog, might be the most popular police team in the country. They haven’t arrested anyone recently, caught any burglars, busted any crime rings or even issued a speeding ticket, but they work on a formidable frontline where others fear to tread – large groups of boisterous schoolchildren. By Ellen Brook.