Labour Statement On Retail Crime Ministerial Advisory Group

Published: Thu 11 Jul 2024 03:35 PM
“National’s campaign was about tackling crime and the best they can do is a two-year long Ministerial Advisory Group,” Labour justice spokesperson Duncan Webb said.
“A Ministerial Advisory Group is not an urgent solution to an urgent problem. That $2.6 million could be spent on crime prevention, supporting victims, rehabilitation and stopping reoffending right now.
“Just saying you’ll be tough on crime doesn't stop crime. We need evidence-based solutions that work, so it’s time to stop playing politics and start working together to build a safer community.”

Next in New Zealand politics

Pacific Futures - Winston Peters' Speech Delivered At The International House Of Japan, Tokyo
By: New Zealand Government
Climate Change Minister To Attend Climate Action Meeting In China
By: New Zealand Government
PHINZ Opposes Insulation Standards Rollback, Advocates For Effective Building Standards
By: Passive House Institute New Zealand
Fonterra Exposed As Major Player In Global Attempts To Undermine Climate Action
By: Greenpeace
Hundreds Expected At Napier March For Nature
By: Papatuanuku Rising
Funding To Support Use Of NZ Sign Language
By: New Zealand Government
View as: DESKTOP | MOBILE © Scoop Media