New Zealand First says a bottom line cut of $36 million from the Police budget shows the Government pays only lip service to law and order.
New Zealand First has accused the Government of handing the streets over to the criminal community in order to balance its books.
New Zealand First says people should avoid jumping to the conclusion that Police are at fault when drivers crash during or after high-speed pursuits.
New Zealand First is questioning the worth of the new Crime Reporting Line (CRL) when there are still too few police to investigate the crimes which will supposedly be reported to it.
New Zealand First says the Government’s change to an annual vehicle warrant of fitness system must be viewed with caution.
Asenati Lole-Taylor will be part of a Community Group Night Patrol within the South Auckland Region. She will look into the issues and concerns with South Auckland during the night.
New Zealand First is calling for the introduction of laws imposing mandatory jail terms on anyone assaulting emergency service workers such as police, ambulance and fire officers.
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