NO RIGHT TO STRIKE The history of the New Zealand Police Service Organisations
David McGill

The Police Service Organisations were instituted to lobby for better working conditions for members of the police force, a body denied the usual union right of striking. From the earliest days of poorly paid constables, to the Police Credit Union.

Silver Owl Press, Wellington, 1992. Hardback with dust jacket. 294 pages. SECONDHAND

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