Disgraced ex-cop Gordon Stanley Meyer was paid at least $150,000 to stay at home during the two years he was investigated for sexual offending on the job.
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Authorities from Canada and Europe have cracked down on a major international ring of card fraudsters. 29 individuals have been arrested in Canada, France and Germany.
The Independent Police Conduct Authority is investigating whether police neglected their duties in their handling of a complaint against spy agency the GCSB over alleged illegal spying on New Zealanders.
Motorists are being reminded that the reduced speed tolerance will be in force this weekend.
Lachan Kelly-Tumarae led police on a 14-kilometre car chase to his grandfather’s grave on March 28, 2011, before making the fatal decision to aim a shotgun at his pursuers.
A mystery object and the driver of a white utility vehicle are being sought by police after the death of a 22-year-old motorist on State Highway 6 between Wanaka and Lake Hawea early yesterday morning.
Two men were assaulted by a group of teenagers in Hamilton overnight in what police called a “cowardly attack”.
Alot of the time, policing is a difficult and unpleasant job and when its done well, the Police get little credit for doing it. However, no-one benefits – including the Police who are trying to do the job properly – when bad policing is insulated from effective punishment. The examples of bad policing are piling up, where Police break the law with impunity, do harm to ordinary citizens and get away with it, scot free.
Drunk and stoned drivers are killing and injuring people on Waikato roads at a higher rate than the densely populated regions of Auckland, Wellington, Canterbury and Otago.
KINGSTON, Jamaica (AP) Police have arrested three men for a triple murder in northern Jamaica earlier this month.