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That culture - as outlined in court evidence - included joke photographs of machete-wielding men making death threats, and the photographing of suspects made to wear demeaning signs.

Judge Bruce Davidson delivered his view as he found Senior Sergeant Anthony Laime Solomona guilty of assaulting a 17-year-old on the forecourt of a Manurewa service station in February last year.

He ruled Solomona had gone overboard in arresting Angelo Turner for repeatedly using "a common swear- word" after Solomona drove into his car.

"I can see nothing that Mr Turner had done to justify his arrest for breach of the peace." Solomona had told the court he had arrested Mr Turner to cool what he believed was an increasingly volatile situation with Mr Turner's friends.

But Judge Davidson said that Solomona's evidence in court had been "unconvincing and exaggerated and designed to create the picture of an inflammatory situation".

Why Solomona had not simply apologised for hitting Mr Turner's car "is beyond my comprehension", he said.

Despite acquitting Solomona on three further assault charges, and one charge of assault with a weapon, Judge Davidson strongly condemned "some disturbing police practices" brought to light during the hearing.

These included the photographing of a 15-year-old boy wearing a sign that read: "I belong to Senior Sergeant Solomona" and the coercing of apology letters from suspects.

Judge Davidson also lifted suppression on a photograph produced during the hearing.

It depicted a man in a police uniform and balaclava, holding a machete and axe while standing beside a sign saying: "RIP to Section IV".

Solomona, who headed Section 4 at the Manukau-Wiri police station, last week told the court he found the picture "quite amusing".