NEW ZEALAND POLICE
POLICIJA NOVOG ZEALANDA

NGA PIRIHIMANA O AOTEAROA

 
 
 
 
 
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      The New Zealand Police (na maorskom: Ngā Pirihimana o Aotearoa, direktan prijevod Policajci Novog Zelanda) su nacionalne policijske snage Novog Zealanda zadužene za održavanje javnog reda i mira. Sa svojih 11000 pripadnika to je najveća organizacija za provedbu zakona u zemlji i ima primarnu ulogu (u najvećem broju slučajeva) u provođenju borbe protiv kriminala. Uz osnovne policijske dužnosti tu su i osiguranje nacionalne sigurnosti, prometa, izdavanje dozvola za držanje oružja, čuvanje VIP osoba itd. I ako je Policija Novog Zealanda pod upravom Vlade, gdje je za njih odgovoran Ministar unutarnjih poslova, zakletvu ne polažu Vladi već Suverenu, Britanskoj kraljici i po Ustavu su nezavisni od u tom momentu vlade na vlasti.
 
 
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      The New Zealand Police (Māori: Ngā Pirihimana o Aotearoa, lit. The Policemen of New Zealand) is the national police force of New Zealand, responsible for enforcing criminal law, enhancing public safety, maintaining order and keeping the peace throughout New Zealand. With over 11,000 staff it is the largest law enforcement agency in New Zealand, and with few exceptions has primary jurisdiction over the majority of New Zealand criminal law. The New Zealand police also has responsibility for traffic and commercial vehicle enforcement as well as other key responsibilities including dignitary protection, firearms licensing and matters of national security. While the New Zealand Police is a government department with a minister responsible for it, the Commissioner and sworn members swear allegiance directly to the Sovereign and, by constitutional convention, have constabulary independence from the government of the day.

 
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      I ako njome upravlja Komesar, Policija Novog Zealanda je decentralizirana organizacija, podjeljena u dvanaest distrikta. Svaki od njih ima centralnu stanicu iz koje se upravlja podređenim stanicama. Svaki od ovih distrikta ima svoje  područje odgovornosti (određeno geografski) i svoja tri komunikacijska centra (555 za promet, 111 za hitne slučajeve i ostalo). Iz Nacionalne policijske uprave se određuje politika djelovanja, planira te upravlja i naravno nadgleda rad svih podređenih distrikta i ustanova. Postoji preko 400 policijskih stanica diljem zemlje u kojima više od 11000 pripadnika reagira na preko 600000 poziva (na 111) godišnje.
 

      Although headed by a Commissioner, the New Zealand Police is a decentralised organisation divided into twelve districts. Each district has a central station from which subsidiary and suburban stations are managed. Each District has a geographical area of responsibility, three communications centres that each receive calls from *555 traffic, 111 emergency or general queues, and a Police National Headquarters that provides policy and planning advice as well as national oversight and management of the organisation. There are over 400 community-based police stations around the country with more than 11,000 staff who respond to more than 600,000 emergency 111 calls each year.

 
     
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TRAFFIC POLICE   PROMETNA POLICIJA
 

      1992. g. dolazi do ujedinjavanja Službe za sigurnost na prometnicama sa policijom. Do tada su Ministarstvo transporta i lokalne zajednice bili zaduženi za provođenje zakona vezanih uz promet. 2001. policija ponovno uspostavlja posebnu službu prometne policije poznatu kao Highway Patrol. Lokalnim je zajednicama ostao nadzor parkiranja.

 
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      On 1 July 1992, the Traffic Safety Service of the Ministry of Transport was merged with the Police. Up until that time, the Ministry of Transport and local councils had been responsible for traffic law enforcement. In 2001, the Police re-established a specialist road policing branch known as the Highway Patrol. Today the Police are responsible for enforcing traffic law, while local councils enforce parking regulations.

 
 
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     Oznake činova novozelandske policije vuku svoje korjene u kolonijalnoj prošlosti države. Još je uvijek jaka sličnost sa britanskim vojnim činovima. Komesar je u rangu general-pukovnika, njegov zamjenik u nivou general-majora dok je pomoćnik komesara u nivou brigadira. Šef inspektor je kao pukovnik, a inspektor je kao kapetan. Stariji narednik odgovora činu zastavnika (Warrant Officer). Narednici su isti po rangu u obadvije službe dok su pozornici (Constables) vojnici. Napredovanje u službi (po činovima) ovisi o položenim kvalifikacijskim ispitima te postavljanjima. Struktura policije statistički gledano izgleda ovako: 75% pozornika, 15% narednika, 5% starijih narednika te 5% starijih zvanja, od inspektora na više.
CROWN and PIP
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INSPECTOR CHIEF INSPECTOR (obsolete)  
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      The insignia of rank worn by New Zealand police officers has its origins in colonial past. The uniforms drew on the insignia of rank worn by the British military. There is still a strong parallel with army ranks today. The Commissioner equates to a Lieutenant General. The Deputy Commissioner is the equivalent of a Major General. An Assistant Commissioner is the same as a Brigadier. A Superintendent equates to Lieutenant Colonel. An Inspector is the same rank as a Captain. A Senior Sergeant is the equivalent of a Warrant Officer. Sergeants are the same in both services. There is no equivalent army rank for a Senior Constable. Constables are the same as Privates. Progression through the ranks depends on passing qualifying exams and applying for and being appointed to vacancies.The breakdown of police officers in the respective ranks is as follows: 75% are Constables, 15% are Sergeants, 5% are Senior Sergeants and 5% are Inspectors and above.

     

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