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Police recruitment has stepped up a gear with the largest intake of recruits in more than a decade beginning training at the Royal New Zealand Police College near Porirua.

Police Minister Stuart Nash is congratulating the 78 new recruits who graduate today from the Royal New Zealand Police College near Porirua.

Long-serving Police Assistant Commissioner Wally Haumaha has been appointed to a new role as Deputy Commissioner.

New investment in police will lift the number of officers, see an unprecedented push to disrupt organised crime and make our families and communities safer, says Police Minister Stuart Nash.

Public feedback is sought on possible new legislation to govern the way Police handle requests for a background check on a person’s criminal record.

The Australian organised crime group Comanchero Motorcycle Club has been added to the list of gangs whose insignia or patches are prohibited from being worn or displayed in government buildings.

Police Minister Stuart Nash has offered his sympathies to the family of the man shot by Police this morning near Puhoi.

Police Minister Stuart Nash has launched the next step in a restorative justice programme that brings together Police, Justice sector agencies, community workers and Maori leaders to reduce reoffending and address causes of crime.

Minister of Police Stuart Nash has issued the following statement in response to the fatal crash in Tasman District this morning.

Graduation ceremony for Wing 312, the Sir Mark Solomon Wing.

Gymnasium, Royal New Zealand Police College, Papakowhai, Porirua

 

Police and Small Business Minister Stuart Nash departs today for the United States and Mexico to discuss mutual cooperation on law enforcement and economic issues.

Greater financial support for crime prevention measures in high-risk retail businesses is being made available after a review by Police Minister Stuart Nash.

Statement on the death of Wairarapa Area Commander, Inspector Donna Howard

I am saddened by her passing at such a young age.

Associate Transport Minister Julie Anne Genter and Police Minister Stuart Nash are urging people to travel safely over the summer holidays.

Police Minister Stuart Nash and Customs Minister Meka Whaitiri said strong collaboration between Customs and Police led to the seizure of 24kg of cocaine in Paihia yesterday.

A decade of efforts to transform the culture, conduct, policy and practices of the Police is being acknowledged by Police Minister Stuart Nash.

A new centre designed to encourage collaboration between Police, scientists and crime researchers has been opened in Wellington by Police Minister Stuart Nash.

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Minister of Police Stuart Nash and Associate Minister of Transport Julie Anne Genter have stepped up to support Police and the NZ Transport Agency launch their pre-Christmas safety campaign, in the hopes to prevent the road toll from rising any further.

The Minister of Police, Stuart Nash, today joined New Zealand Police in launching a new recruitment campaign aimed at attracting hundreds of new cops to join next year.

Police Minister Stuart Nash has expressed concern that a number of New Zealanders have reported feeling less safe in the latest Citizens Satisfaction Survey, commissioned by New Zealand Police.

The seizure of 46 kilograms of cocaine in Tauranga today following a joint operation between New Zealand Police and the New Zealand Customs Service will make a real difference in our communities and prevent further harm.