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International Photo Competition Photo's

 

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World Congress Bulgaria

 

 

 

 

 

Gold Website Award 2017

World Congress Bulgaria

 

 

 

 

 

Gold Website Award 2017

Graham Morrell, Region 3, Napier has been successful in receiving a Merit Award for his photo – also attached.

Congratulations Graham. Well done.

Bi-Annual Meeting and Social Event plus AGM

All members and their partners are encouraged to come along for a friendly meeting and meal out.

WHERE: Dunedin Central Police Station

WHEN: 17th October 2017

TIME: 5.30pm - 7.45pm

COST: Nil to financial members

CONTACT: Brian Benn, brian.benn@police.govt.nz

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Region 5 Committee Meeting

Region 5 will be holding their Committee Meeting at the Central City RSA in Christchurch on the 14th November 2017.

Contact: Hamish Keer-Keer, E: region-5@ipa.org.nz

Venue: Central City RSA, 74 Armagh Street, Christchurch

Time: 5.30pm - 8.15pm

2018 Annual General Meeting (AGM)

The New Zealand section of IPA is holding it's Annual General Meeting in Rotorua on the 6th April 2018.

Venue: Rotorua Police Station, 1190 Fenton Street, Rotorua

Time: 4pm to 6pm

Contact: John Goddard, E: region-2@ipa.org.nz

2018 National Council Meeting (NCM)

The New Zealand section of IPA is holding it's National Council Meeting in Rotorua on the 7th April 2018.

Venue: Rotorua Police Station, 1190 Fenton Street, Rotorua

Time: 9am to 5pm

Contact: John Goddard, E: region-2@ipa.org.nz

2018 Annual General Meeting (AGM)

The New Zealand section of IPA is holding it's Annual General Meeting in Rotorua on the 6th April 2018.

Venue: Rotorua Police Station, 1190 Fenton Street, Rotorua

Time: 4pm to 6pm

Contact: John Goddard, E: region-2@ipa.org.nz

2018 National Council Meeting (NCM)

The New Zealand section of IPA is holding it's National Council Meeting in Rotorua on the 7th April 2018.

Venue: Rotorua Police Station, 1190 Fenton Street, Rotorua

Time: 9am to 5pm

Contact: John Goddard, E: region-2@ipa.org.nz

Last Word

This month I would like to share a photo of a painting with you which has travelled 36,026 km around the world to make it onto the IAC office wall.

At the IPA World Congress 2016 in New Zealand, our Austrian delegation presented the IAC with the beautiful painting, dedicated to the IPA, that you can see on the photo.

Whereas Lesley and I made it back to Nottingham a week or so after the congress, our favourite painting took a little longer to reach us with a parcel sent back to us by the conference organisers – and has now found a place next to my desk up on the wall, where we can enjoy looking at it on a daily basis.

Martin Hoffmann, President of IPA Austria, was more than happy to give us some background information on our new ‘treasure’ and its creator:

Karl Moderer, who Martin got to know last year, has long been a supporter of IPA Vienna. He offers painting courses for IPA members and donates some of his paintings to the IPA on occasions.

He has also created the labels for the bottles of wine which were served during the recent police ball in Vienna, and he is known worldwide for his stamp designs.

For those of you who are interested in finding out more, please follow the link https://moderer.jimdo.com.

Of course if you would like to see the painting in the original, you are welcome to visit

Elke

Entertainment Book

IPA Region 1 is raising funds.

Here's how you can help...

Support our fundraising by buying the NEW 2017 | 2018 Entertainment Membership for your friends and family.

Entertainment Memberships are filled with hundreds of valuable offers for everything you love to do, and you'll be helping our fundraising at the same time!

 

CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE

Last Word

This month I would like to share a photo of a painting with you which has travelled 36,026 km around the world to make it onto the IAC office wall.

At the IPA World Congress 2016 in New Zealand, our Austrian delegation presented the IAC with the beautiful painting, dedicated to the IPA, that you can see on the photo.

Whereas Lesley and I made it back to Nottingham a week or so after the congress, our favourite painting took a little longer to reach us with a parcel sent back to us by the conference organisers – and has now found a place next to my desk up on the wall, where we can enjoy looking at it on a daily basis.

Martin Hoffmann, President of IPA Austria, was more than happy to give us some background information on our new ‘treasure’ and its creator:

Karl Moderer, who Martin got to know last year, has long been a supporter of IPA Vienna. He offers painting courses for IPA members and donates some of his paintings to the IPA on occasions.

He has also created the labels for the bottles of wine which were served during the recent police ball in Vienna, and he is known worldwide for his stamp designs.

For those of you who are interested in finding out more, please follow the link https://moderer.jimdo.com.

Of course if you would like to see the painting in the original, you are welcome to visit

Elke

Entertainment Book

IPA Region 1 is raising funds.

Here's how you can help...

Support our fundraising by buying the NEW 2017 | 2018 Entertainment Membership for your friends and family.

Entertainment Memberships are filled with hundreds of valuable offers for everything you love to do, and you'll be helping our fundraising at the same time!

 

CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE

A THANK YOU from the International President

At this time of the year, many sections hold their annual general assembly, an opportunity to gather delegates from all over the country, together with the national board, in order to exchange views on the present and future of the IPA. In addition, many sections have recently elected or are in the process of electing their national presidents and/or board members.

Other meetings, organised on a more geographical basis are taking place during the same period of time. IPA friends meet and discuss their common interests, projects to develop and ideas to propose internationally.

I would like to seize the chance to greet and congratulate all IPA members who take time to ensure the ongoing development of our association, in line with our aims and values. ‘To take time’ has become such a key expression and challenge nowadays that I believe it deserves a mention.

To those of you who accept to carry the responsibility of the presidency of your IPA section, I address a special mention. Leading is never easy, the winds don’t always blow in the same direction around you and it takes charisma to unite and take the best out of all and everything.

Therefore and again, a special thanks to all of you. And if out of all these national and international meetings, you feel that an issue could or should be brought to the attention of the delegates during the next IPA World Congress, don’t hesitate to contact me. I would be glad and thankful to place and add items of international interest for our Association on the agenda that the IEB will discuss in a few weeks’ time.

In the meantime, stay safe and enjoy every IPA moment. Servo per Amikeco


Pierre-Martin Moulin, IPA President

International Youth Gathering, UK

The International Youth Gathering 06 to 19 August 2018 is being held in the wonderful land of Robin Hood county right in the centre of Great Britain and home of the IPA HQ.

The young people will be hosted in the amazing Walesby Forrest which boasts 250 acres of Robin Hood’s very own Sherwood Forest.

Walesby boasts residential lodges, meeting rooms, shops and a non-alcoholic bar for relaxation.

A THANK YOU from the International President

At this time of the year, many sections hold their annual general assembly, an opportunity to gather delegates from all over the country, together with the national board, in order to exchange views on the present and future of the IPA. In addition, many sections have recently elected or are in the process of electing their national presidents and/or board members.

Other meetings, organised on a more geographical basis are taking place during the same period of time. IPA friends meet and discuss their common interests, projects to develop and ideas to propose internationally.

I would like to seize the chance to greet and congratulate all IPA members who take time to ensure the ongoing development of our association, in line with our aims and values. ‘To take time’ has become such a key expression and challenge nowadays that I believe it deserves a mention.

To those of you who accept to carry the responsibility of the presidency of your IPA section, I address a special mention. Leading is never easy, the winds don’t always blow in the same direction around you and it takes charisma to unite and take the best out of all and everything.

Therefore and again, a special thanks to all of you. And if out of all these national and international meetings, you feel that an issue could or should be brought to the attention of the delegates during the next IPA World Congress, don’t hesitate to contact me. I would be glad and thankful to place and add items of international interest for our Association on the agenda that the IEB will discuss in a few weeks’ time.

In the meantime, stay safe and enjoy every IPA moment. Servo per Amikeco


Pierre-Martin Moulin, IPA President

International Youth Gathering, UK

The International Youth Gathering 06 to 19 August 2018 is being held in the wonderful land of Robin Hood county right in the centre of Great Britain and home of the IPA HQ.

The young people will be hosted in the amazing Walesby Forrest which boasts 250 acres of Robin Hood’s very own Sherwood Forest.

Walesby boasts residential lodges, meeting rooms, shops and a non-alcoholic bar for relaxation.

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