Police divers securing a tow-rope to a car submerged in the Avon River in New Brighton.
Detective J. W. Highman with property recovered by the Christchurch Criminal Investigation Branch.
Detective Senior Sergeant P. J. O’Donovan inspecting crime scene kits.
Detective N. R. Scott holding wooden mace
Head of the Christchurch Criminal Investigation Branch, Detective Superintendent F. A. Gordon at his desk with samples of cannabis.
Views of the interior of McMahon and Lee Ltd at 386 St Asaph Street following a break-in where safe breakers stole $700 but missed $20,000. Frames two to four show detectives investigating the scene.
Detective-Inspector J. W. Wooders crouched amongst $3000 worth of property stolen from about thirty cars in the city over the past two months.
Views of where an assault and robbery occurred at a St Martins home.
Detective Sergeant Trevor Tozer, from the New Zealand Police Drug Squad, in an office and holding a telephone receiver.
[Frame 8a] Detective J. Dwight pouring plaster to take a cast of a footprint at the United Bowling Club greens. [Frames 9a and 10a] Detectives J. Dwight and B. Lester taking a plaster cast of a...
Detectives examining the interior of a railway carriage destroyed by fire in the Ensors Road locomotive shed.
Detective-Sergeant B. Preston and Detective Chief Inspector B. Wilkinson looking at entries in the Police children’s “crime prevention” poster competition.
Detective Chief Inspector M. T. Churches holding a plaque recieved from the Federal Bureau of Investigation in America.
Views of the investigation into the assault and robbery that occurred in the carpark of the Hornby Trust Hotel, including Detective Senior-Sergeant T. Joy.
John Whiting a Papanui detective, with three kittens in his hat after finding them whilst on patrol in the Coutts Island area.
Detectives examining the Bishop Julius hostel at 10 Cranmer Square after an explosion took palce.
Detective-Chief-Inspector B. Wilkinson, head of the Criminal Investigation Branch in Christchurch, Detective-Sergeant J. A. McIlwaine, officer in charge of the CIB Bourke Street division, West...
A detective and a post office official examine an exploded postal box at the Walker Street post office.
Portraits of Detective inspector R. N. McDonald of the Christchurch Criminal Investigation branch with a two-way radio.
Views of Detective B. Smart and Detective Sergeant R. Miller investigate the charred remains of Mrs Kay Tapara’s bedroom after a fire bombing attack at her home at 15 Marcroft Street.