The numbers 1,713,000 offences over the last 12 months including 1,139,000 personal offences and 574,000 household offences 29 individuals offended against per 100 adults 31 household offences per 100 households Most common offences over the last 12 months were burglary, fraud and deception 284,000 adults experienced 677,000 interpersonal violence incidents over the last 12 months 563,000 adults experienced interpersonal violence and 938,000 experienced sexual violence More than 320,000 adults experienced 420,000 fraud and cybercrime incidents over the last 12 months 25 per cent of all crime incidents were reported to police 94 per cent of motor vehicle thefts were reported to police while 94 per cent of sexual assaults were unreported Māori were significantly more likely to be victims of crime Stuff … [Read more...] about New Zealand’s largest-ever crime survey finds under-reporting, likely victims of crime
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File photo taken on March 18, 2019 shows two policemen patrolling outside the Gun City in Christchurch, New Zealand. The next steps in the New Zealand government's ambitious firearms reform program include a three-month buy-back, Police Minister Poto Williams said on Friday. The last buy-back and amnesty was unprecedented for New Zealand and was successful in collecting 60,297 firearms, modifying a further 5,630 firearms, and collecting 299,837 prohibited parts and magazines, Williams said in a statement. (Xinhua/Guo Lei) … [Read more...] about New Zealand starts 3-month firearms buy-back
Thomas's mum Robynne Thomas, who had been with her the whole way, said in the North Island her daughter averaged 45km a day. During the South Island stint it was 60km a day. It had been special to spend that time with her daughter, Robynne said. … [Read more...] about Nurse runs across New Zealand, smashing Te Araroa trail record