New PPDVP Mentors

The Pacific Prevention of Domestic Violence Programme has appointed 6 new mentors for phase two of the programme.  These mentors will travel to Wellington 12th June for training then travel onto Fiji  on the 16th to meet with the Regional Advisory Committee (RAC)  members.

The new mentor who will replace Senior Sergeant Alan McGlade in Vanuatu is Inspector Peter McKennie from PNHQ in Wellington.

The new mentor who will replace Detective Haley Ryan in Tonga is Detective Senior Sergeant Greg Turner from Tauranga.

The new mentor who will replace Sergeant Jim Sole is Detective Sergeant Ashley Millen from Christchurch.

The new mentor who will replace John Robinson within the next 12 months is Senior Sergeant Raelene Larson from Auckland central.

The new mentor who will replace Sue O’Neil within the next 12 months is is Detective Sergeant Ian McCambridge from Invercargill.

The new reserve mentor who will replace Dave Ryan within the next 12 months is Constable Felix Alefaio from Waitemata.

Each new mentor will travel into their country with the existing mentors to  meet with the incountry domestic violence units members before taking on their new roles by themselves.

NZ Rugby Players Association Article

This article was published in  NZ Rugby World in April 2012

PPDVP – Mentors – Expression of Interest documents

Expressions of Interest for PPDVP Mentors Positions are currently being sought from NZ Police members.  The documents linked to this page will assist applicants.

2011 End of Programme Phase I Activity Completion Report

2011 End of Programme Phase I Evaluation

The following is a DRAFT Business Design Document for PPDVP out to 2016 – it will be finalised by 30 June 2012.  It provides an insight into the priorities for PPDVP over the next four years.

2012 Activity Design Document 2012 – 2016  (DRAFT)

 

Kiribati Police S & GBV Survey

PPDVP staff survey, described in News.

Vanuatu Police S & GBV Survey

PPDVP staff survey, described in News.

Samoa Police S & GBV Survey

PPDVP staff survey, described in News.

Cook Islands Police S & GBV Survey

PPDVP staff survey, described in News.

Tonga Police S & GBV Survey

PPDVP staff survey, described in News.

PPDVP Police Staff Survey begins

PPDVP, with support from Kaitiaki Research and Evaluation will work with the police services in Tonga, Cook Islands, Samoa, Vanuatu and Kiribati to undertake a survey of staff to assess their attitudes to sexual and gender based violence.  At least 50% of staff, both male and female, will undertake the survey in each police service.

The survey follows similar work undertaken by the PICP about two years ago, but has a clearer focus on gender and equity.

The survey is computer based and police officers are assured of the confidentiality of the survey as the database deletes the user details at the completion of each session. The results will be confidential to the PPDVP and the Police Commissioners.

The survey is timed for

Tonga – week of 12th March
Cook Islands – week of 19th March
Samoa – week of 26th March
Vanuatu – 11 to 17 April
Kiribati – 19 to 26 April

The draft results will be available on 15th May 2012.

The survey will identify areas where further training or awareness with police staff is required, and will drive future developments in PPDVP training and delivery.

 

 

Domestic Violence Total Country Cases 2007 – Dec 2011

This page contains a link to the PPDVP CMIS database statistics.   

Kim Bloomfield the PPDVP Support Officer has completed the analysis on each of the countries CMIS databased information.

CMIS all country data

 

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