Police

Shot officer 'lucky to be alive'

Shot officer 'lucky to be alive'

An officer who was shot three times in south Auckland this morning is lucky to be alive, police said.

Independent police inquiry into child abuse cases

The Independent Police Complaints Authority will investigate how police nationwide have dealt with child abuse cases.

Second firearm found

Second firearm found

A second firearm has been found near where a police officer on routine patrol was shot in Papatoetoe early today.

40,000 pulled over in blitz

40,000 pulled over in blitz

Police pulled over 40,000 vehicles in a nationwide blitz yesterday.

Urewera police raids court date finally set

A date has finally been fixed for the High Court trial of 18 people caught up in the Urewera police raids.

Police officer's access of rape victim's file not criminal

A police officer who illegitimately accessed the file of a woman pack raped by police officers Bob Schollum and Brad Shipton did not commit a criminal act, a police investigation has found.

Police launch breath-test blitz

Police launch breath-test blitz

Drink-drivers be warned - Southern police will be out in force tomorrow in a breath-testing blitz.

Ex-cop jailed for threatening prostitute to get sex

A policeman's free sex with a prostitute he threatened has cost his reputation, his marriage, his career, and now it has drawn a two-year jail term

Police want cheer, not fear

Southern police will attend hundreds of family violence incidents in the next few weeks as festive season stress takes its toll.

Strikes putting court users at risk: lawyer

Strikes putting court users at risk: lawyer

Having no security guards working at Dunedin's courthouse during industrial action, is putting counsel, judges, other court staff and clients at risk, lawyers say.

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