10 Sep 2019

Police reject claims of an entrenched bullying culture

From Morning Report, 7:17 am on 10 September 2019

The police deputy chief executive is rejecting complaints the organisation has a culture of bullying - but has confirmed eight formal complaints this year. It comes after RNZ spoke to more than 25 people who have been victims of, or witnesses to, bullying in the organisation, and who say it's a widespread problem led by senior staff members. The police's deputy chief executive for people and capability, Kaye Ryan, tells Morning Report all complaints of bullying are taken seriously.