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

  • President's column: Survey results tiptoe around district woes

    President's ColumnNZPA

    The recent delayed release of the 2022 Police Culture survey has generated much conversation from members and media, particularly because of a sense the troubling results were being kept from them.

  • Iam Keen (June 2023)

    Featured ArticlesIam Keen

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

  • Capital investment: Doors open on Holiday Homes

    Featured ArticlesNZPA

    All that was missing at the official opening of the association’s shiny, brand new Holiday Homes was great weather – because you can’t beat Wellington on a good day.

  • Firearms registry: Fired up and ready to go

    Featured ArticlesNZPA

    The delivery of the firearms registry has been well planned and well resourced and will be a game changer in terms of the safety of police officers and the wider New Zealand community because of the accountability it delivers.

  • Warwick Morehu: Learning something new every day

    Featured ArticlesNZPA

    Former Taupō area commander Warwick Morehu was appointed Royal New Zealand Police College director of training in February 2022 as the tail of Covid was still wagging and Operation Convoy was about to come to a head.

  • Wing 276: Where are they now?

    Featured ArticlesNZPA

    It has been 10 years since Police News “took off” with Wing 276 – following the careers of five recruits in the Maurie Cummings Wing who graduated on May 30, 2013. Wing 276 was notable at the time for having a high percentage of women (38%) and 43% were from Asian, Pasifika or Māori backgrounds. The 40 recruits were also the first to graduate with iPhones and iPads.