With the Arms (Military Style Semi-Automatic Firearms and Import Controls) Amendment Bill set to become law next month, New Zealand First is calling for pistol grips on sporting rifles and shotguns
New Zealand First has warned that serious problems will keep emerging while Police are not given sufficient resources to maintain law and order.
New Zealand First is concerned that the Police are hugely under-resourced and frontline officers are being put at risk due to budget cuts.
The latest crime statistics are no cause for gloating by the Police Minister who should be redoubling efforts to get more front line police back in action, says associate Law and Order spokesperson
The partial revelation of the teacup tape investigations by Police today show an outrageous disregard of procedure and legal process, says Rt Hon Winston Peters.
Rt Hon Winston Peters says the Police decision on a complaint laid over the leak of sensitive material from the Government Communications Security Bureau was made before all the evidence was review
New Zealand First says moves by the Inland Revenue Department to tax Police clothing allowances should be halted immediately.
New Zealand First’s campaigner against street prostitution Asenati Lole-Taylor says it’s disappointing that the Otara and Papatoetoe police stations close tomorrow while the local street sex indust
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.