New Zealand First wants the Government to ensure that appropriate measures have been put in place to protect women prisoners when transgender prisoners are transferred out of male prisons into female prisons.
The Minister of Corrections’ forthcoming ten day trip to the United States to find solutions to crime is a futile exercise considering that country has one of the highest crime rates in the world, says New Zealand First.
Soft sentences for violent and serious offenders indicate that courts are being directed to keep offenders out of jail to save costs and prevent serious overcrowding in prisons, says New Zealand First.
Asenati Lole-Taylor will be the Guest Speaker at the CD launch of the Spring Hill Corrections Facility's Pacific Choir.
The punishment for importing drugs needs to fit the severity of the crime, says New Zealand First Spokesperson for Corrections, Asenati Lole-Taylor.
New Zealand First has questioned how 43 criminal offenders managed to destroy monitoring devices and escape security surveillance by the Corrections Department within one year.
I rise on behalf of New Zealand First to speak on this Corrections Amendment Bill.
New Zealand First says bureaucratic meddling may destroy rehabilitation programmes for Pacific prisoners in the Vaka Fa’aola Pacific Focus Unit at Spring Hill Corrections Facility.
I rise on behalf of New Zealand First to speak to the Corrections Amendment Bill.