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The president of the police association says the death of a man in custody in Hawera is not the result of physical force by officers.
Three police officers - who have name suppression - have been… Video, Audio
There are concerns public confidence in the police force will be eroded if investigations involving senior leadership drag on. The police union says the inquiry into the appointment of the deputy… Audio
More police officers than ever are getting threatened with firearms and tighter regulations are needed, the Police Association says.
There is no doubt the cancellation and deferral of police training courses is a cost-saving measure, the president of the Police Association says.
The Police Association has announced its Chris Cahill will be its new president.
The Police Association says methamphetamine is purer, cheaper and more available than ever before in New Zealand - despite recent record hauls of it being intercepted at the border. Audio
A Māori academic is backing the Police Association and the Sensible Sentencing Trust in condemning the sentence given to the son of a Rich List family who punched a police officer unconscious. Audio
The Police Association has warned of the likelihood of a mass killing in New Zealand due to a ready availability of semi-automatic weapons.
A survey of police staff has found 86 percent think frontline officers are under-resourced. Audio
Greg O'Connor of the Police Association talks about a report that says police officers have a bad attitude to exhibits and evidence in their care. Audio
Andrew McRae investigates the prevalence of guns in New Zealand and asks if the firearms law needs examining. Audio
New figures show police staff were to blame in 500 out of just over 800 police car crashes in the past year.
The Police Association says the officer who shot Adam Morehu at the New Plymouth Golf Club in 2013 should be praised and not critcised. Audio