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Published: 01 Mar 2021

This edition of Policing Innovator explores:

  • Positive community engagement reduces crime
  • More places, more often: PSOs on the move
  • COVID-19 checkpoints and the community; COVID hazard shipped off
  • Te Pae Oranga, the game-changer
  • Cross-agency senior leadership
  • Influences to joining and leaving OMCGS in Queensland
  • QPS research collaboration with Australian Institute of Criminology
  • Measuring policing impact on methamphetamine consumption through wastewater analysis
  • Heavy earthmoving equipment theft in Queensland
  • Learning re-imagined; QPS avalanche scenario training
  • Project Vigilance; QPS online Domestic Family Violence (DFV) reporting
  • Operation Sierra Alessa disrupting and preventing DFV perpetrators
  • Country Fire Service, Australian Defence Force & SA Police “Side by Side in Kangaroo Island”
  • From recruit to retirement: AFP SHIELD to deliver high performance health options to the frontline
  • Psych health screen - using technology for psychological health self assessment; Road safety within the MacKay mining communities
  • Connecting the largest policing jurisdiction in the world; Frontline Safety – by the frontline, for the frontline
  • New Zealand Police take to the streets with Skoda Superb; Service Alignment Program (SAP); ACT Policing Futures Program; Futures Triangle: futures thinking and innovation intrinsically linked.

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