Welcome

'Servo per Amikeco'

INTERNATIONAL POLICE ASSOCIATION

New Zealand Section

Join Us

Watch the Video

                                  

 

About IPA

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 over 360,000 members in over 65 countries on 5 continents.

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.  

 

Who we are

Gimborn Seminars 2019
IPA International Website
International News
International Events
Our Executive
Gold Website Award 2018

Arthur Troop

Founder IPA

 

 

Find out more

64th World Congress 2019

The highlight of the IPA's international calendar is the IPA World Congress. 2019 marks the 64th IPA Congress and will be hosted by Section Croatia at the Hotel Croatia in Cavtat, near Dubrovnik, from 8-13 October.

All the official documentation is now available, links below: 

64th IPA World Congress 2019 Invitation

64th IPA World Congress 2019 Programme

64th IPA World Congress 2019 Registration form

IPA Croatia Friendship Week 2019 Presentation

IPA Croatia Friendship Week 2019 Programme

IPA Croatia Friendship Week 2019 Registration form

IPA Games 2020

The IPA invites our members to take part in the second ever IPA Games being held in Bar, Montenegro in May 2020!

Bar is located on the coast of Montenegro and lies adjacent to the tremendous Adriatic Sea, is surrounded by idyllic mountainscapes that stretch for miles, and it is also the main sea port on the Montenegrin coast!

The competitions for this year's games will take place on the city's sports fields and sports center which will provide all the facilities required for the following IPA sport disciplines: volleyball, basketball, futsal, running, shooting (air gun), and table tennis.

Accommodation will be available in both the town of Bar, and also Čanj, a popular tourist village nearby to Bar, with a 1.4km long sandy beach.

The hosting section will provide transport for all participants from the two Montenegrin airports, Podgorica and Tivat, as well as Dubrovnik in Croatia, and Tirana in Albania.

The event will also include a social program which will contain sightseeing tours to some of Montenegro's most famous attractions.

For more information about this event, please look at the information below:

IPA Games 2020 Information

If you require any further help or information about this event, please contact the hosts at [email protected]

64th World Congress 2019

The highlight of the IPA's international calendar is the IPA World Congress. 2019 marks the 64th IPA Congress and will be hosted by Section Croatia at the Hotel Croatia in Cavtat, near Dubrovnik, from 8-13 October.

All the official documentation is now available, links below: 

64th IPA World Congress 2019 Invitation

64th IPA World Congress 2019 Programme

64th IPA World Congress 2019 Registration form

IPA Croatia Friendship Week 2019 Presentation

IPA Croatia Friendship Week 2019 Programme

IPA Croatia Friendship Week 2019 Registration form

IPA Games 2020

The IPA invites our members to take part in the second ever IPA Games being held in Bar, Montenegro in May 2020!

Bar is located on the coast of Montenegro and lies adjacent to the tremendous Adriatic Sea, is surrounded by idyllic mountainscapes that stretch for miles, and it is also the main sea port on the Montenegrin coast!

The competitions for this year's games will take place on the city's sports fields and sports center which will provide all the facilities required for the following IPA sport disciplines: volleyball, basketball, futsal, running, shooting (air gun), and table tennis.

Accommodation will be available in both the town of Bar, and also Čanj, a popular tourist village nearby to Bar, with a 1.4km long sandy beach.

The hosting section will provide transport for all participants from the two Montenegrin airports, Podgorica and Tivat, as well as Dubrovnik in Croatia, and Tirana in Albania.

The event will also include a social program which will contain sightseeing tours to some of Montenegro's most famous attractions.

For more information about this event, please look at the information below:

IPA Games 2020 Information

If you require any further help or information about this event, please contact the hosts at [email protected]

61st World Congress

NEW ZEALAND 2016

United Nations

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 principles 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 the New Zealand Police by clicking the photo above (online report).
 

How to contact NZ Police

105 is the number for Police non-emergencies. 111 is the emergency number for Police, Fire and Ambulance.

To help keep New Zealand as safe as possible we’ve introduced a new way to contact Police for non-emergencies: call 105 or go online, click the photo above.

111 - Emergency

105 - Non-emergency

United Nations

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 principles 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 the New Zealand Police by clicking the photo above (online report).

How to contact NZ Police

105 is the number for Police non-emergencies. 111 is the emergency number for Police, Fire and Ambulance.

To help keep New Zealand as safe as possible we’ve introduced a new way to contact Police for non-emergencies: call 105 or go online, click the photo above.

111 - Emergency

105 - Non-emergency

Upcoming events...

17 November - Region 3 Notice of Annual General Meeting and Luncheon.

Meet at the Square Cafe, 32 Manchester Square, Fielding at 12.30pm for lunch. The Region 3 Annual General Meeting will be held on Sunday 17 November 2019 at the Feilding Police Station, 93 Kimbolton Road, Feilding at 2 pm.
Time: 12:30am - 3:30pm
Location: Square Cafe, 32 Manchester Square, Feilding (Lunch) Feilding Police Station, 93 Kimbolton Road, Feilding (Meeting)
Cost: Partial subsidy for lunch.
Contact: Les Sharp - [email protected] - 06 755 2938 or 022 1219 650 Marlene Merriman - [email protected] - 06 758 4639 or 021 0658 932

3 April - National AGM 2020

The IPA New Zealand Section Annual General Meeting
Time: 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Location: Waitakere Police Station 7 Buscomb Ave Henderson Auckland
Contact: RSVP re AGM to PaulHous[email protected] by Monday the 3rd of February 2020 for catering purposes

4 April - National Council Meeting 2020

IPA New Zealand Section National Council Meeting
Time: 9:00am - 4:00pm
Location: Waitakere Police Station 7 Buscomb Ave Henderson Auckland
Contact: Michael Lucas - [email protected]
To contact us, please fill in the form below.

First name:
Last name:
Email:
Question or comment:
 
To contact us, please fill in the form below.

First name:
Last name:
Email:
Question or comment:

© 2019 IPA | Terms & Conditions
 
 
 
 
 
 
Powered by Rainbow Creative! | 14 Nov 2019 | Admin