Community Policing and the Syrian Refugee Community in Wellington District

Author: Tohill, Yvette
Published in National Security Journal, 08 March 2021

54 Te Pae Oranga Panels are a New Zealand Police and Maori initiative which utilises a Maori Community Panel to address low level offending as an alternative to the court-based adversarial justice system historically utilised.

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58 Ho, Cooper and Rauschmayer, Ethnic Community Perceptions, 16.

59 Skogan, “Community Policing,” 29.

60 Fitzgerald, “Ngā wāhine kaha,” 99.

61 New Zealand Police. “Working Together with Ethnic Communities – the Future: Police Ethnic Strat­egy,” Accessed 26 April 2020.­nic-communities-future.

62 Ben-Porat, “Policing multicultural states,” 421-422.

63 Kadri, “Resettling the Unsettled,” 156-157.

64 Skogan, “Community Policing,” 31.

65 Heyer, “New Zealand Police,” 249.

66 Skogan, “Community Policing,” 29.

67 Heyer, “New Zealand Police,” 249.