Digitised Image

Crimp, Daryl, 1958- :Police lose 1000 officers. POLICE. 'Bloke here wants to see a policeman....Have we still got those cardboard cut-outs we used back in the 80's?' 11 June 2002.

Reference Number: DX-012-038

Shows a man waiting to see a police officer at a police station. Police numbers have been cut to such a degree, the receptionist is having trouble finding one.

Key terms:
1 image, categorised under Ink drawings and Cartoons (Commentary), related to Daryl Crimp, New Zealand Police, Newspapers, Police-community relations, Police administration and Police.

Part of:
Crimp, Daryl, 1958-:[Digital cartoons published from April 2002 onwards in the Dominion Post and other newspapers]., Reference Number DC-Group-0012 (64 digitised items)

Extent: 1 digital image.Digital image, Gray scale (8 bit), 200 dpi, height 830 pixels, width 1181 pixels, 79 pixels per cm. 10.51 x 14.95 cms. 980230 bytes.. Single art work

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