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One in Every 10 New Zealanders Victimised by Serious Crimes

Posted by te2ataria on September 1, 2016

Sent by a reader whose family have been victimized EIGHT times since October 2014  – details available subject to confidentiality

NEW Zealand Crime Rate: Facts and Figures

Up to 1.2 million crimes were committed in New Zealand year to July 2016 [Independent Estimate]

Police, when their thumbs were removed from their nether region, recorded 11,171 more “victimisations” than the same period last year, or an increase of a 2.3 per cent. [The police figure amounts to about 486,000 victimizations in the 12 months period, or more than one in every 10 Kiwis.]

Across the country, burglaries increased by 11.9% in the twelve months to July, according to [the heavily doctored] figures published by Statistics New Zealand.

The negative trend has been exponentially deteriorating: Burglaries are up 29% over a two year period while robberies skyrocketed by 44% and assaults have increased by at least 10%.

The New Zealand Police Ass-ociation blame the total breakdown on insufficient [not incompetent, clueless, illiterate, unmotivated…] police numbers.

“While many offence types can fluctuate, burglary figures tend to be a very good litmus test of how much criminal activity is taking place in the community,” said its president, Greg O’Connor on Wednesday.

“What is clear is that the public are now becoming concerned that the crime situation is deteriorating, an inevitability after many years of under-investment.

“We are now seeing political parties, including the government, accepting there is a need to increase police numbers. But it cannot wait for an election – this government must find the money now to increase police numbers across the board so that community concerns about crime can be addressed.”

Police Minister Judith ‘Crusher’ Collins speaking through her nether region said the Government would have more police recruits SOON so that the Police could attend all burglary complaints.

Then she changed her frigging mind and expelled the following statement amid a mist of hot, noxious gasses, “police would NOW attend every reported home burglary, treating it as a ‘priority offence.'”

The shameful Facts:

Burglary resolution rates [Even these sorry rates are Fictitious]

Successful finalisation rate of unlawful entry with intent investigations by district in 2014/15:

  • Northland: 11.9 per cent
  • Waitemata: 8 per cent
  • Auckland: 7.2 per cent
  • Counties Manukau: 9.9 per cent
  • Waikato: 11.5 per cent
  • Bay of Plenty: 17.5 per cent
  • Eastern: 15.3 per cent
  • Central: 14 per cent
  • Wellington: 11.9 per cent
  • Tasman: 18.5 per cent
  • Canterbury: 11.9 per cent
  • Southern: 16.4 per cent

Source: Police answers to written questions from Parliament’s law and order committee.

 

2 Responses to “One in Every 10 New Zealanders Victimised by Serious Crimes”

  1. George said

    “No charges laid after hit-and-run” – https://issuu.com/times_e-editions/docs/bota01sep16
    Migrant lives do not matter as Police cover-up for their own kind.

  2. Bernie said

    Accountability in a zombie democracy?
    Yeah!
    ^^^^^^^

    Eugene Bingham: The spectre of ‘Ghost Crimes’ should have come back to haunt police
    http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/83585857/eugene-bingham-the-spectre-of-ghost-crimes-should-have-come-back-to-haunt-police

    OPINION: There has been no independent investigation of either the deliberate police meddling with crime statistics, or the subsequent cover-up

    Certain stories are doomed to haunt you, stories that linger and you never really know if you’ve got to the bottom of them.

    Ghost crimes was one of those – and no, that’s not because of the name it became known as.

    It’s the story of how a small group of police in Counties Manukau made hundreds of burglaries “disappear” from the official police statistics, a story about allegations of a cover-up at the highest level.

    Among its characters were Police Commissioner Mike Bush, Police Minister Judith Collins, five officers including area commander Inspector Gary Hill who were disciplined over it, a senior-ranking officer who put his neck on the line, and an anonymous letter writer who wreaked havoc with their determined efforts to blow the whistle.

    The story broke two years ago and became a fleeting political scandal. In reality, its roots traced back five years earlier, and it has smouldered away in the background until now.

    more at http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/83585857/eugene-bingham-the-spectre-of-ghost-crimes-should-have-come-back-to-haunt-police

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