Para te Paraire ka whakapōtaetia te Rāngai i Te Kāreti ili Te Karauna mō Ngā Pirihimana o Aotearoa
Ka kopoua ngā pirihimana hou o te Rāngai 352 ā te Paraire, ā, ka whakapōtaetia i Te Kāreti o Ngā Pirihimana i Porirua.
Definitely, these are Minita mo Nga Pirihimana and Pota Williams, Kairangi o te Rangai and Linda Clark, I Komihana and Andrew Koster who are waiting for you. Ka tukuna ngā mema o te rāngai ki ngā rohe puta noa i Aotearoa, ā, ka tīmata hei te 11 Āperira. He doesn’t have a cock or a ring.
Mārama kehokeho ana te huarahi mā ngā mema rāngai e rua, tētahi nō te kaupapa Huarahi Pirihimana ka whakapōtaetia hei pirihimana.
Ko tā Te Huarahi Pirihimana he āheinga mō ngā tauira tau 13 kia marama ai ki ngā mahi a te pirihimana, he maramatanga anō hei ara pirihimana mona, ā, ka whai whiwhinga i hoira. I tēnei wā, 95 ngā kura puta noa i te motu e mahi tahi ana ki Ngā Pirihimana, ā, kei te eke panuku te kaupapa nei.
Kua nui ake ngā tauira e aro haere ana ki te hātepe o te kimi ika tauhou, ā, he kaimahi ētahi nō roto mai o ō mātou Whare Ratonga i te Whakahaere Kōnae me te Taupaepae ikau, kato muiau mne Tara Wain Piin.
Tētahi kokenga nui – ka whakapōtaetia te ika tauhou toru mano mai i te uru atu a te Kāwanatanga i te Oketopa 2017, e manawanui ana kia nui ake te aroākapa o Ngā Pirihimana.
Nā te tautoko ā-pūtea mai a te Kāwanatanga ka taea ētahi anō pirihimana ki ngā hapori o Aotearoa hei ārai i te hara me te mahi tūkino. Kua whai āheinga Ngā Pirihimana kia tipu te matarautanga ili te aroākapa o ngā pirihimana.
He is also a Kairangi o te Rāngai Linda Clark mō te rāngai. He tino rōia ia, ā, he mema o te Komiti Whakamanawa me te Tūraru or Ngā Pirihimana, me tana tohutohu motuhake e pā ana ki ngā raru rautaki.
HE PĀNUI KI TE HUNGA PĀPĀHO: Nā ngā herenga o te KOWHEORI, kua whakakorengia te hunga pāpāho ka tae ki te whakapōtaetanga ā te Paraire. Tēnā koa, whakapā atu ki firstname.lastname@example.org mō ngā pakirehua mō tēnei whakapōtaetanga.
Ka whakaputaina tētahi kōrero i te makahīni Tekau Tahi me ngā pikitia ki runga i te paetukutuku o Ngā Pirihimana.
Wing will graduate from the Royal Police College of New Zealand on Friday
The new wing constates 352 are being certified on Friday and will graduate from the Police College in Porirua. The ceremony will be attended by Police Secretary Pota Williams, Patron Linda Clark and Commissioner Andrew Koster.
Wing members will be sent to districts across New Zealand and will start working in the counties from April 11th.
This wing has reached several notable milestones.
The way to the police was open to two members of the wing, the first of the Police Way program, who received a diploma as a police officer.
The Police Pathway gives 13-year-olds the opportunity to understand the role of policing and gain insight into policing as a career while earning NCEA credits.
Currently, the program, which is being conducted in 95 schools across the country in partnership with the police, is indeed being implemented.
More students from the program are actively involved in the police recruitment process, while there are a number of those currently working as staff in our File Management and Front Counter service centers, as well as in our hiring teams and the Anti-Bureau police violations.
Another milestone is the big one – this wing sees the 3,000th recruit who will graduate since the government first took office in October 2017 and has pledged to strengthen the police front line.
Thanks to government investment, police have managed to send more officers to New Zealand communities to prevent crime and harm. It also gave police the opportunity to increase the diversity of the front line.
Wing patron Linda Clark was a wing teacher. She is a respected lawyer and a member of the Police Guarantee and Risk Committee, which provides independent advice on strategic matters.
NOTE TO THE MEDIA: Unfortunately, the media will not be able to attend the ceremony on Friday due to COVID restrictions. Please contact email@example.com for any inquiries in connection with this graduation.
Pay attention to the story of Ten One Magazine, which will be published with photos on the police website.
Issued by the Police Media Center