Police say move will get more on the beat
A restructuring of police support staff roles will leave the Taradale and Havelock North community stations without receptionists but will result in frontline officers being able to get away from their desks and spend more time "on the beat." Eastern District Commander Superintendent Sam Hoyle said two new file processing centres were being ... (more)
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Since: Jan 08
#1 Sep 13, 2011
Common sense is happening ???
Just before the elections
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