Welcome to the International Police Association

New Zealand Section

The International Police Association (IPA) is a Friendship Organisation offering learning, travel and leisure benefits for serving and retired Police personnel. It is the largest international Police organisation of its kind in the world, with nearly 420,000 members in over 66 countries.

The New Zealand Section of the IPA was founded in May 1966 and admitted as the 40th section in September 1966. It has evolved into a prominent section within the world-wide IPA family, and has a membership that continues to grow year by year.

Our Association is open to all serving and retired members of the New Zealand Police. We also welcome retired Police personnel who have settled here in NZ.

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Our Emails Have Changed

 

All our contact emails have changed and we are now using gmail.

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ipanz.secretary.general@gmail.com

 

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Our Emails Have Changed

 

All our contact emails have changed and we are now using gmail.

Our official contact is:

 

ipanz.secretary.general@gmail.com

 

Full contact details are available <<>>

Join Us!

 

UN Universal Declaration Of Human Rights

The International Police Association is an independent body made up of members of the police service, whether on active duty or retired, and without distinction as to rank, sex, race, colour, language or religion. The Association is committed to the principals set out in the Universal Declaration Of Human Rights as adopted by the United Nations on 10th December 1948.

Disclaimer

The International Police Association is a friendship organisation. We do not investigate any crimes. If you wish to report a crime then please contact your local police station.

UN Universal Declaration Of Human Rights

The International Police Association is an independent body made up of members of the police service, whether on active duty or retired, and without distinction as to rank, sex, race, colour, language or religion. The Association is committed to the principals set out in the Universal Declaration Of Human Rights as adopted by the United Nations on 10th December 1948.

Disclaimer

The International Police Association is a friendship organisation. We do not investigate any crimes. If you wish to report a crime then please contact your local police station.

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Upcoming events...

4-7 May - IPA New Zealand Future Leaders Course 2018

Develop future leaders for the New Zealand Section of IPA.
Location: Auckland
Cost: Met by the IPA New Zealand
Contact: Your Regional representative

1 September - NCM Meeting

National Executive and Regional Officers meeting
Time: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Location: RNZPC (To be confirmed)
Contact: Mike Norden - ipanz.region4@gmail.com
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