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By TALIA CARLISLE
Serious bikers: Christchurch policemen with their
bicycles in 1895.
Ready, set, grow: Police dog training at Trentham's
Police Dog Training Centre in the 1970s.
Hair today: Moustache-clad members of Wing 270 at the Royal NZ Police College in 2011.
Historical hair: Wellington Police team photo, 1908.
Sporting moustaches: Auckland Police Tug of War Team, 1912. Photos: NEW ZEALAND POLICE MUSEUM
The extremities of the
moustache were not to
extend more than 15
millimetres beyond the
corners of the mouth.''
Police Museum curator
The stiff upper lip of New
Zealand's police force is the focus
of a popular exhibition at the
Porirua Police Museum.
The collection of images in Hot Fuzz
provides a snapshot of New Zealand
Police history. But more importantly,
said curator Naias Mingo, it showcased
the evolution of police moustaches.
There have always been strict rules
around the growing of facial hair for
members of the New Zealand Police,''
she said. While the preference has
always been for clean-shaven officers,
moustaches have been accepted within
Mrs Mingo noted the 1970s was a
good decade for the moustache, with
police were allowed moustaches of
moderate length'' as long as they were
By the 1980s, the rules were more
specific in terms of length, she said.
The extremities of the moustache
were not to extend more than 15
millimetres beyond the corners of the
mouth. Also, police were not to be seen
growing a moustache when they were
required to appear in uniform before the
public. That ruled out growing a
moustache unless you were on leave.''
Today there is an added rule banning
a tuft of beard'' on the chin for recruits.
Mrs Mingo said the exhibition had
proved popular, with children counting
the moustaches in Hot Fuzz as part of
the museum's holiday programme
The photos span from the 1880s to the
present, so it's a great way of seeing a
whole lot of different photographs of
police in various periods, doing all sorts
of things, from training police dogs to
graduations, to scenario-based
training,'' Mrs Mingo said.
The exhibition was created as part of
Movember celebrations last year, but
has remained in the museum because of
its popularity and will stay open for at
least another month.
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