Police have a fundamental responsibility to protect the safety and security of all people and uphold the law. By challenging racism and contributing to cultural, systemic and structural change, police will better serve their communities and enhance public safety, trust and confidence.
Our Annual Reports highlights the range of significant projects we have been working on over the past years. supporting our jurisdictions by working on what matters most to them.
Our organisations and people have a shared responsibility to support mental health and wellbeing initiatives so that we can all achieve our full potential.
Our Business Plan sets out the priorities of ANZPAA's work program, as determined by the ANZPAA Board, for the current financial year.
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ANZPAA CEO Katherine Van Gurp sat with both the ANZPAA Board Chair and Tasmania Police Commissioner Darren Hine AO APM and New Zealand Police Commissioner Andrew Coster to discuss the 2020 Trends Analysis.
Annual Reports 2019-20
The 2019-2020 Annual Reports for both the Australia New Zealand Policing Advisory Agency (ANZPAA) and the Australia New Zealand Policing Advisory Agency National Institute of Forensic Science (ANZPAA NIFS) are now available, putting the agency’s value and achievements on the record.
ANZPAA Annual Report
ANZPAA NIFS Annual Report
ANZPAA’s first annual Business Plan under the new ANZPAA Strategy 2020-25, this document positions ANZPAA to assist Australia and New Zealand police in flexibly addressing key challenges and priorities.
Our Strategy 2020-25 sets out the strategic direction of the agency for the next five years. It is an overarching document for ANZPAAs Business Plans. It details our focus on three strategic priorities: addressing risk, enhancing practice and shaping stronger connections as well as listing our long-term goals.
We produce regular Environment Scans that look at current and emerging trends that may, or are impacting police. As a member of a police member jurisdiction you can access this here or contact our communications team for access.
A series of short briefs intended to inform police decision-makers on how Australian and New Zealand police can best meet the strategic and operational challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic. If you are a member of a police jurisdiction and would like access, please contact our communications team.
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