Members of the Christchurch Police underwater diving squad. [Frames 31 to 32] Constable T. R. Kaa. [Frames 33 to 34] Inspector T. V. Thomson.
One morning, the police and firefighters made a smart move to have coffee giveaway for the locals. It is a good opportunity for both of us to talk and share information over a cup of coffee.
Constable Keith, from the Christchurch Police Band, with Sniff the police dog on stage at the Starlets Christmas party at Christchurch Town Hall.
John Whiting a Papanui detective, with three kittens in his hat after finding them whilst on patrol in the Coutts Island area.
Strikers with placards on a picket line at Sawyers Arms Road dump being moved by police to allow a Mogel Bin Services truck to offload Waimairi County rubbish.
Constable Marie Robertson checking a burglary report and speaking with the shop owner at Prisks Motor Spares on Ferry Road.
Two police officers and a soldier walking past Koreana (461A Colombo Street).
Two police officers and a soldier walking past 463 Colombo Street.
Shoppers after passing through a cordon on Colombo Street. Behind them are two soldiers and a police officer.
Views of participants in armed offenders squad training exercises held at Burnham.
Police inspecting the scene of a suspected bomb blast outside Canterbury Tales bookshop in the Village Gate Shopping Mall in Merivale.
The window of the Canterbury Tales bookshop in the Village Gate Shopping Mall in Merivale, after a suspected bomb blast.
Inspector Tom Lynch (left), police community liaison officer, in the playground at Christchurch South Intermediate School teaching a self defence class to a group of students.
Views of Vauxhall cars being searched by police at the central police station during their inquiries into the murder of Jennifer Beard.
Police Officer Maurice Brerton standing in a door way.
Police Officer Maurice Brerton in full uniform standing in a door way on the stairs.
Police Officer Maurice Brerton in full uniform standing in a door way.
Portraits of Detective Constable Beth Gorman.
A police officer and “Star” reporter Doug Ryan inside Moncks Spur cave in Redcliffs.
Frames one and two are of riot police and Springbok rugby tour protesters clashing after they gained access to the pitch at Lancaster Park. The remaining frames are of the pitch being checked...
Frame one is of police gathered outside Lancaster Park ahead of protesters against the Springbok rugby tour arriving on a march from Cathedral Square. Frames two and three are of a protester on the...