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From: DHorner

Dear New Zealand Police,

On 9 October 2012 NZ Police provided a list of 'Police manual' chapters in the request initiated by Joshua Grainger.

I request the following information (content of each chapter) to be provided by email:

1. Fleeing Driver Policy
2. Health and Safety Policy
3. Operational Risk Assessments and Planning
4. Professional Police Driver Programme
5. Service Delivery Standards - Operational Policing
6. Speed Camera Enforcement
7. Speed Enforcement
8. Statement of Policy and Practice
9. Traffic Compliance Scheme
10. Traffic Patrol Techniques
11. Urgent Duty Driving

For the purpose of OIA, I am NZ resident and reside in NZ.

Yours faithfully,

David Horner

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Good afternoon Mr Horner,

 

I acknowledge receipt of your Official Information Act request received
on 11 August 2020.

 

Your request is being actioned pursuant to the Act.

 

Kind regards,

 

Penni

Ministerial Services

PNHQ

 

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From: "DHorner" <[FOI #13497 email]>
Date: 11/08/2020 08:01AM
Subject: Official Information request - Request for specific Police policy
chapters

Dear New Zealand Police,
On 9 October 2012 NZ Police provided a list of 'Police manual' chapters in
the request initiated by Joshua Grainger.
I request the following information (content of each chapter) to be
provided by email:
1. Fleeing Driver Policy
2. Health and Safety Policy
3. Operational Risk Assessments and Planning
4. Professional Police Driver Programme
5. Service Delivery Standards - Operational Policing
6. Speed Camera Enforcement
7. Speed Enforcement
8. Statement of Policy and Practice
9. Traffic Compliance Scheme
10. Traffic Patrol Techniques
11. Urgent Duty Driving
For the purpose of OIA, I am NZ resident and reside in NZ.
Yours faithfully,
David Horner
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Attachment Horner David IR 01 20 22828 OIA Response Letter.pdf
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Attachment HORNER David IR 01 20 22828 Attachment 7 Urgent Duty Driving.pdf
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Attachment HORNER David IR 01 20 22828 Attachment 3 Speed enforcement.pdf
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Attachment HORNER David IR 01 20 22828 Attachment 2 PPDP.pdf
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Dear Mr Horner
 
Please find attached our response to your OIA request.
 
Kind regards
Fiona

Ministerial Services
PNHQ

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From: DHorner

Dear New Zealand Police,

Thank you for the documentation provided.

Page 5 of 22 of the chapter on Speed Enforcement refers "For the operation of speed detection equipment refer to the 'Speed Detection Equipment Operators Manual' below" A link is provided which looks like this: " speed-detection-device-operators-manual.pdf 774.4KB"

The link in the document is not live, therefore I now request that you provide me by email with this document - the Speed Detection Device Operators Manual.

I also request:
- the certificate for the laser speed detection equipment used showing it's history of calliibration since being brought into service - including the times it has needed recalibration, and the most recent calibration test at the time of use
- the video footage, still camera photographs, audio recordings and transcriptions of the alleged conversations between myself and the Officer who directed me to stop
- the GPS location of the Officer and his speed recording equipment from the start to the end of his interaction with me.

For the purpose of OIA, I am NZ resident and currently reside in New Zealand.

Yours faithfully,

DHorner

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Dear Mr Horner
 
I acknowledge receipt of your Official Information Act (OIA) requests
below, received by NZ Police on 10 and 11 October 2020.

We have combined your requests and will be responding to them together
under the request reference IR-01-20-30532.
 
Your request is being actioned pursuant to the Act.
 
Kind regards
Fiona
Ministerial Services
PNHQ

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Date: 13/10/2020 07:36AM
Subject: [EXTERNAL] Official Information request - Further information on
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Dear New Zealand Police,
October 10, 2020
Dear New Zealand Police,
Thank you for the documentation provided as per my previous request.
Page 5 of 22 of the chapter on Speed Enforcement previously provided
refers (quote) "For the operation of speed detection equipment refer to
the 'Speed Detection Equipment Operators Manual' below".  A link is
provided in this chapter which looks like this:
" speed-detection-device-operators-manual.pdf 774.4KB"
The link in the document is not live, therefore I now request that you
provide me by email with this document - the Speed Detection Device
Operators Manual.
I also request:
- The summary content of the Police PPDP (Professional Police Driver
Programme)
- Clarification of the level required (Gold, Silver, Bronze etc) in order
to operate Speed Enforcement Equipment and pursue drivers / riders
suspected of committing speeding offences
- the relevant chapters from the Police Operational Manual as relating to
Recording and Reporting of incidents and   - including notebook guidelines
in the 'Notebooks and Job Sheets' chapter.
For the purpose of OIA, I am NZ resident and currently reside in New
Zealand.
Yours faithfully,
DHorner
Yours faithfully,
DHorner
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From: DHorner

Dear New Zealand Police,

Thank you for your response. Please note I have now received, directly from the constable involved, information relating to the speed detection equipment and its calibration. I have also received some information relating to photographs taken at the time and the Constable’s notes in the form of a written statement - both included in items submitted for disclosure prior to a hearing.

Yours faithfully,

DHorner

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Tçnâ koe David

 

I hope this email finds you well.

 

I am emailing in regards to your recent Official Information Act request
in relation to New Zealand Police’s policies.

 

I am seeking clarification on this part of your request:

-          The summary content of the Police PPDP (Professional Police
Driver Programme).

Please could you provide some further context as to what information you
are seeking?

 

Ngâ mihi

Hannah

 

Hannah Campbell

Information Officer

National Road Policing Centre l New Zealand Police

 

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Police National Headquarters, 180 Molesworth Street, PO Box 3017,
Wellington, 6140, New Zealand

 

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From: DHorner

Dear Hannah,

I am seeking to understand the similarities / differences in content, assessment and review / renewal periods for drivers and motorcycle riders between the NZ Police PPDP ( Professional Police Driving Programme) and those from other countries with similar driving conditions / road rules / driving demands such as the United Kingdom (who refer to Roadcraft: The Police Driver's Handbook and Motorcycle Roadcraft: The Police Rider's Handbook as their definitive guide), the USA, Australia etc.

My assumption is that by obtaining a summary (or the completel document) of the course content for the different levels of award (Gold, Silver, Bronze etc), I will be able to make such a comparison.

Yours sincerely,

D Horner

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Attachment HORNER David IR 01 20 30532 final response.pdf
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Attachment HORNER David IR 01 20 30532 Speed Detection Operators Manual.pdf
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Kia ora David

Please find attached the response to your Official Information Act
request, received by New Zealand Police on 10 October 2020.

Please accept our apologies for the delay in providing you with this
response.

Kind regards,

Sarah

PNHQ

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