NZ Police Call Signs

Kieran Geraghyt made this Official Information request to New Zealand Police

Response to this request is long overdue. By law New Zealand Police should have responded by now (details and exceptions). You can complain to the Ombudsman.

From: Kieran Geraghyt

Dear New Zealand Police,

As per the FYI requirements,
I am a New Zealand born citizen residing in New Zealand.
I would like to make a request for a list of all the New Zealand police call signs.
IE TNi5 = Takapuna I-Car

Yours faithfully,

Kieran Geraghyt

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From: MAUNDER, Renee
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Good afternoon

 

I refer to your Official Information Act request of 29 November 2018 for
information relating to Police codes.

 

I am letting you know that Police requires an extension of time in which
to respond to your request, pursuant to section 15A(1) of the Official
Information Act 1982, because the request necessitates consultations such
that a proper response to the request cannot reasonably be made within the
original time limit.

 

Police require until 18 February 2019 to provide a substantive response to
your request. 

 

You have the right, under section 28(3) of the Official Information Act
1982, to ask the Ombudsman to investigate and review my decision to extend
the time limit for deciding upon your request.

Kind regards,

 

Renee

 

 

Renée Maunder

Senior Advisor

Ministerial Services

 

P +64 4 470 7119

DDI 44419

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WARNING

The information contained in this email message is intended for the
addressee only and may contain privileged information. It may also be
subject to the provisions of section 50 of the Policing Act 2008, which
creates an offence to have unlawful possession of Police property. If you
are not the intended recipient of this message or have received this
message in error, you must not peruse, use, distribute or copy this
message or any of its contents.

Also note, the views expressed in this message may not necessarily reflect
those of the New Zealand Police. If you have received this message in
error, please email or telephone the sender immediately

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