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Ask the Commissioner – Thurs 12th June, 11.30am

Ask the Commissioner – Thurs 12th June, 11.30am

Wednesday, 11 June 2014 - 12:12pm

This Thursday, New Zealand Police Commissioner Mike Bush will be answering questions online when NZ Police hold its first ever live chat session.

“In the lead up to the "Come and Discover NZ Police" National Open Day this Saturday, we're inviting the public to ask me directly any questions they may have about what we do, how and why we do it, or about my job” says Commissioner Mike Bush.

The chat will be hosted on the Police website and questions can be submitted from 11.30am till 12pm.

So if you are curious about crime & crime prevention, road safety, or anything NZ Police do and why, tune in this Thursday.

Bookmark this page: http://www.police.govt.nz/openday/engage-online/chat. Put it in your diary!

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