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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 [email protected].

Police News April 2021

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Member survey finds hidden PTSI; the 2020 NZPA Sportsperson of the Year; the QID number puzzle solved; and, life-saving tourniquets to be issued to all frontline staff

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Police News March 2021

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Inside the revised pursuit policy; rejoin roadblock - the cops who can't get back in; Employment Court win for members on motor vehicle reimbursements; taking the mystery out of the Covid-19 vaccine; terror mitigation after the Christchurch mosque attacks; a trans-Tasman police investigation.

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Police News February 2021

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Return-to-work advisers help ill or injured staff back into the workforce; the Wellness team who supported staff at Waitangi; a profile of new Eastern DC Jeanette Park; Ten Questions with National's police spokesperson Simeon Brown; Gary Lendrum obituary; Chris Cahill reviews the new book Gangland; the pioneers of Police's sexual assault teams.

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Police News December 2020

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Valuing cops at the coalface; Ten Questions with new Police Minister Poto Williams; an international conference coup for NZ Police: members seek options for access to firearms; and the legacies of the deaths of two police officers - Matthew Hunt in New Zealand and Matt Ratana in Britain.

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Police News November 2020

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Police announces a trial of caps for police officers; coverage of the 85th Annual Conference where the focus was firmly on frontline safety; Health & Wellbeing: when PTSI lurks below the surface; interview with the Police Credit Union's new chief executive, Joe Bishop.

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Police News October 2020

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A glitch in the issuing of Police QID numbers; a digital leap in continuing police education; use of ballistic body armour; a Q&A with our new vice-president; and how to get ready for Movember.

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