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The Police Association is proud to produce its monthly Police News magazine, both printed and online, providing news, in-depth feature stories and information on products and services offered by the Police Welfare Fund for members and their families. There are 11 issues a year, starting in February.

We’re always interested in stories for Police News; if you have a suggestion, please email editor@policeassn.org.nz.

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    Police News June 2019

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    Police in Christchurch learn the hard way about how to deal with tragedy; how Operation Gun Safe is delivering accurate firearms data; a Police-led early intervention programme that's helping young mums and their babies; and the ERA changes that enhance your workplace rights.

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    Police News May 2019

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    NZPA Police Sportsperson of the Year Black Fern Selica Winiata; former Ramsi staff sought for service medals; Ten Questions with our new field officer Bobbi Richardson; and, Police members who provide support for families with autistic children.

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    Police News April 2019

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    Police response to the Christchurch terror attacks; leave updates - what you need to know; Kaituna action - raft race roundup; shining examples - our Blue Light heroes.

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    Police News March 2019

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    Pursuing a solution - the fleeing driver problem; our guide to the new police body armour; and, fit for purpose - should all stations have gyms?

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    Police News February 2019

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    Storage Wars - inside the Police Museum's epic project; Equality v equity; Your Welfare Fund - what's in it for you; and the Police College events guru.

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    Police News December 2018

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    Scene of crime officers - the backroom heroes of crime resolution; call for action on lasers; advice on death benefits; and one cop's journey to reclaiming the PCT after a stroke.

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