Andrew Coster as New Zealand’s new Police Commissioner

Andrew Coster as New Zealand’s new Police Commissioner

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New Zealand Police have a new Commissioner of Police, Andrew Coster!

The previous Commissioner of Police, Mike Bush had invited the Prime Minister’s declaration today that Acting Deputy Commissioner Andrew Coster will be the next Police Commissioner for the New Zealand Police force.

Andrew Coster’s profession ranges more than 25 years and incorporates being the Area Commander for Auckland City Central and the District Commander for Southern District. He is at present as Acting Deputy Commissioner Strategy and Partnerships. Mr. Coster says it is immense respect to have been chosen for the job.

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“It has been my benefit to lead NZ Police for as long as six years

furthermore, I realize that  Andrew has a similar enthusiasm and duty to this an association that I do.”

“I am pleased to be an official in the New Zealand Police and I anticipate driving an association of 13,000 individuals who accomplish unfathomable work to guard our networks. “It’s my plan to carry on a heritage of change concentrated on superior that has been set up under the initiative of Commissioner Bush.”

“I am glad to hand over the initiative to somebody of Andrew’s gauge.”

Andrew Coster takes up his new job on Friday 3rd of April.

“I realize he will work admirably as Commissioner and he has the help of the entire association behind him,” says Commissioner Bush.

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