Serious questions remain over Haumaha

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern still has serious questions to answer regarding her appointment of Deputy Commissioner of Police Wally Haumaha after Mary Scholtens QC’s report was released today, National’s Police spokesperson Chris Bishop says.

OPINION: Police and Govt may feel vindicated that report found no wrongdoing in appointing top cop Wally Haumaha - but it may not be quite that simple.

Wally Haumaha report raises more questions than answers, says National Party Wally Haumaha report raises more questions than answers, says National Party

Govt releases inquiry into Wally Haumaha's appointment to Deputy Police Commissioner

An inquiry into the government's appointment of the deputy police commissioner has found the process was "adequate and fit for purpose''.

Haumaha report clears Government Haumaha report clears Government

The long-awaited Scholtens report into the appointment of Deputy Police Commissioner Wally Haumaha has exonerated the Government.

Haumaha inquiry: Appointment process cleared

Victim advocate Louise Nicholas agreed to work with Police Deputy Commissioner Wally Haumaha after raising concerns, inquiry reveals.

An inquiry into Wally Haumaha's appointment has found the process followed was adequate and fit for purpose. Mary Scholtens QC has released her report int

Appointment process for Deputy Police Commissioner Wally Haumaha found to be 'adequate and fit for purpose' - report

Victim advocate Louise Nicholas criticised the appointment, amid claims Mr Haumaha called rape allegations a

Inquiry clears Wally Haumaha's appointment process | Newshub

"Unsubstantiated rumours and innuendo should not impede advancement."