8 March 2022
[FYI request #18495 email]
Request for information
Thank you for your Official Information Act 1982 (OIA) request dated 9 February 2022.
Specifical y, you requested:
Are the Māori ranger cards legal did they not get the go ahead from Janet winkleman
one of the head of police department? if you say they are not legal then why ain’t
people getting arrested for fraud just wondering how much legitimacy they have as I’ve
seen on you tube a girl using them in Australia an didn’t evn have to quarantine that’s a
lot of power,One of the head officers in the Nz army apologised to the Māori rangers for
his comments about them being fake …?they must have some authority if people are
using them to get through quarantine an Nz army officers are apologetic.
Could you please send me the signed forms from the police an all government agencies
that acknowledges the Māori ranger diplomatic immunity cards being legitimate.
Your request is refused under section 18(e) as the document alleged to contain the information
requested does not exist.
While the specific documents you request do not exist, there is publicly available information
relating to “Māori ranger cards” that may prove useful to you, such as the fol owing:
You have the right under section 28(3) of the OIA to ask the Ombudsman to seek an
investigation and review of my decision.
Police National Headquarters
180 Molesworth Street. PO Box 3017, Wellington 6140, New Zealand.
Telephone: 04 474 9499. Fax: 04 498 7400. www.police.govt.nz