Corporate Team Building 
with Blue Light

 

Meet the Team

Structure of New Zealand Blue Light

New Zealand Blue Light is an incorporated society that is governed by a National Executive Board and is a registered charity with the New Zealand Charities Commission.

Due to the special relationship between New Zealand Blue Light and the New Zealand Police the core of the Blue Light Board consists of serving sworn Police staff.

New Zealand Blue Light has three Patrons, who are champions for the organisation, they are:

 

Patrons

Mike Bush - Commissioner - New Zealand Police

Judge Andrew Becroft - Principal Youth Court Judge

Graeme Sinclair - TV Personality - 'Gone Fishin' Series
 

National Executive Board Members

Chairperson - Senior Sergeant Alan Rowland - Auckland

Senior Sergeant Tania Van Ooyen - Wellington

Senior Constable Rowena Jones - Kaikohe

Senior Sergeant Greg Clark - Wellington

Senior Constable Helen Fincham-Putter - Dunedin

Inspector Fata Willi Fanene - Auckland

Sergeant Tom Brooks - Whakatane

Jo Graham - Auckland

Lance Tebbutt - Hamilton

National Office

Rodney Bell, ONZM - CEO (Retired Police Sergeant)

Brendon Crompton - Regional Development Manager (Retired Police Constable)

Mike Jackson - Operations / Programs Manager

Mark Veale - Ranui Social Sector Trial Manager  (Retired Police Sergeant)

Warren Sloss - National Programs Coordinator (Retired Police Senior Constable)

Chris Te Whare - National Camp Manager - Wairakei (Retired Police Constable)

Donna Bloxham - Executive Assistant

Valerie Tiatia-Seath - Ranui Social Sector Trial Project Coordinator

Alana Baxter - Community Youth Worker and Mentor

Ameilia Adcock - Community Youth Worker and Mentor

Lynley Tate - Community Youth Worker and Mentor

Michele Jackson - Branch Liaison Coordinator

Tessa Watts - Relationship Support Officer

Lynne Graham - Program Support

Janet Brown - Administrator

Branches

New Zealand Blue Light has  75 branches throughout New Zealand which run localised programmes that cater for the specific needs of their community - see our branches page.

 

Schools; don't forget to get your entries in to the Bullying Short Film competition

Theme: "A small gesture goes a long way"

Closes 23rd September 2016

Just a few places left on our Leadership Camp at the Blue Light Lodge Wairakei.

From 28 November to 2nd December

For year 10 Students, Email: Warren@bluelight.co.nz

Charity Golf Day

15 December 2016 North Shore Golf Course

Email: Warren@bluelight.co.nz for further details and to enter a team

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