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An additional meeting to discuss and explain the decision was called for November 18 in collaboration with the hui community.
The controversy continued this week, as the New Zealand Defence Force withdrew their participation from the march in solidarity with the police, saying they “do not feel comfortable participating in an event that excludes other uniformed services.” On November 20, several sponsors, such as Westpac bank and Vodafone, decided to end their backing of the event.
It feels to me that not making them wear their uniforms, is in denial.
The organisers’ decision echoes conversations around the participation of police in pride marches around the world.I was a detective for a large department on the East Coast, where posted in each station were laminated wall posters containing the agency core values and ethical creed.Each officer was issued a wallet-sized card with these values printed on the front and back.The extent to which an agency’s code of ethics is enforceable against an officer in a disciplinary case needs to be carefully considered, especially in light of a recent federal court case dealing with officer discipline.The ability of a police department to regulate officers as it sees fit to accomplish agency mission and service goals is rarely assailed in court. In ” but which nonetheless are related to the department’s overall mission and organization.
Auckland Pride Board Chair Cissy Rock said organisers remained open to working with institutions working towards becoming more inclusive.