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 Report 2018-19 highlights a range of significant projects we have been working on over the past year, 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.
In 2019-20, ANZPAA will focus on strategic foresight, operational priorities, and engagement and collaboration across Australia and New Zealand police jurisdictions and partner agencies.
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We have launched expressions of interest for our next ANZPAA Conference.
Hosted by the Police Commissioners from across Australia and New Zealand, PC21 will turn our gaze to considering the Future of Crime.
As we emerge from Covid-19 isolation into a world remade, we will look at policing today for a new tomorrow, addressing drivers of criminal behaviour, changing social values and perceptions and reflecting on the policing response to 2020.
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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.