In this issue, we see how Police staff went the extra mile for a grieving family, highlight the good work that reunited a whanau with a lost member, look at a trainee dog handler’s long but rewarding day, meet a pioneering woman in one of Police’s toughest roles, and see how Te Reo Maori helped break an impasse in the cells. Read it here….
- Twelve red-light safety cameras to operate after Auckland Transport and police strike deal 17/01/2019
- Auckland Police investigating bomb threat made to 2degrees call centre in Grafton 17/01/2019
- Northland Police recover stolen items taken during Kawakawa home invasion 17/01/2019
- Christchurch triple fatal: Victims' father's anti-police stance made public 17/01/2019
- Huge concern for young man missing from Carterton area 17/01/2019
- A dozen foreign nationals investigated over weapons of mass destruction fears 17/01/2019
- Police car involved in a crash in Auckland suburb of Stonefields 17/01/2019
- Phil Goff making progress on illegal dumping but not confident of slapping litter fine on unruly travellers 17/01/2019
- The Govt will soon decide if it will reopen the parent visa, which has been closed since 2016 17/01/2019
- Andrew Dickens: To the dad of the Mcallister boys killed in Christchurch crash: You're wrong, it is about you 17/01/2019
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