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Australasian Police and Emergency Services Games

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Australasian Police and Emergency Services Games

The Australasian Police and Emergency Services Games is a bi-annual, week long event with 40 sports. It is next due to be held in Lower Hutt, New Zealand in 2012.[1]

The week-long event has competitions with participants from the police, fire, ambulance and other services, in more than 40 sports. Participants are from New Zealand, Australia, Papua New Guinea and the Pacific Islands.

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  1. ^ "Emergency games moved from Chch".  

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