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About IPA New Zealand

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 372,000 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.  

Introducing the National IPA (NZ) Executive

Click on photos for more information.

 

Mike Norden - President

Michael Lucas - Vice President

Darrell Strick - Secretary General

Steph Gemmill - Assistant Secretary General

Paul Housley - Treasurer

 

Who we are

Gimborn Seminars 2020
IPA International Website
International News
International Events
Our Executive
Gold Website Award 2019

Arthur Troop

Founder IPA

 

 

Find out more

Our 61st World Congress

NEW ZEALAND 2016

International Police Association Global Report

IPA – The largest Police Association in the World The International Police Association is a friendship organisation for members of the police service, whether serving or retired, and without distinction as to rank, position, gender, race, language or religion. We have more than 360,000 members in nearly 100 countries, of which 65 are affiliated national sections, and we are represented on 6 continents.......

Also availble as a PDF download HERE

‘Servo per Amikeco – Service through Friendship’

Young Police Officers’ Seminar (YPOS) 2021

On behalf of IPA Sri Lanka, we are pleased to share with you information and registration forms for the Young Police Officers’ Seminar (YPOS) 2021, scheduled to take place from the 19th to 24th March in the Sri Lankan capital of Colombo.

This unique event is aimed at police officers aged 35 years and under, and the focus for this YPOS is ‘Countering Modern Terrorism’.

All the information can be found in the attachments, or by clicking the photo.

If you have any questions, please email IPA Sri Lanka’s Ass. Secretary General, Mrs Sunethra Senevirathne at:

 

Email - [email protected]

OR  

Email - [email protected]

FLYER

INVITATION

REGISTRATION

International Police Association Global Report

IPA – The largest Police Association in the World The International Police Association is a friendship organisation for members of the police service, whether serving or retired, and without distinction as to rank, position, gender, race, language or religion. We have more than 360,000 members in nearly 100 countries, of which 65 are affiliated national sections, and we are represented on 6 continents.......

Also availble as a PDF download HERE

‘Servo per Amikeco – Service through Friendship’

Young Police Officers’ Seminar (YPOS) 2021

On behalf of IPA Sri Lanka, we are pleased to share with you information and registration forms for the Young Police Officers’ Seminar (YPOS) 2021, scheduled to take place from the 19th to 24th March in the Sri Lankan capital of Colombo.

This unique event is aimed at police officers aged 35 years and under, and the focus for this YPOS is ‘Countering Modern Terrorism’.

All the information can be found in the attachments, or by clicking the photo.

If you have any questions, please email IPA Sri Lanka’s Ass. Secretary General, Mrs Sunethra Senevirathne at:

 

Email - [email protected]

OR  

Email - [email protected]

FLYER

INVITATION

REGISTRATION

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...

20 December - Region 4 farewell's Geordie Fisher

We are having a farewell for our mate Geordie who is on his way to Woodbourne to take up the Adjutant’s position! Please accept the invite if you can make it and let me know if you are bringing your partners as well….so I can ensure we have enough platters.
Time: 2:00pm - 4:30pm
Location: The Supply Room 105 Mana Esplanade Porirua 5026
Contact: Anna Jackson ONZM [email protected] 022 014 3067

31 May - IPA New Zealand, first meeting 1966

First meeting held in Auckland at the Astor Hotel, Auckland, attended by 25 people.
Location: Astor Hotel, Symonds St, Auckland 1966

25 September - IPA New Zealand - 55th Birthday

Official admission to the IPA as the 40th Section at the International Executive Meeting held in Toronto, Canada 1966.
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