The 21 communities where police stations manned by volunteers have been shut down must be given an assurance by Minister of Police Paula Bennett that they will reopen, says New Zealand First Deputy Leader and Police Spokesperson Ron Mark
New Zealand First says puritanical police bosses are putting the reputation of our police officers in jeopardy, with a liquor licensing sting against the Titahi Bay RSA speaking volumes.
A lost and found Police M4 Bushmaster rifle magazine, shows how the Police Association is wrong to target legal firearms owners while wanting to arm “all” police.
New Zealand First says firearms licence holders have the election to thank for the Police Minister rejecting most of the National-majority Select Committee’s recommendations on the Inquiry into Criminal Misuse of Firearms.
Cash-strapped police have been so desperate to get money to pay wages for their staff they had to go cap in hand to get money from the State Sector slush fund, says New Zealand First Police Spokesperson Ron Mark.
The victim of a life-threatening hunting injury in Masterton believes charges have been withdrawn because there’s no money for expert evidence, says New Zealand First.
Police Minister Paula Bennett is slumbering idly by as dairy owners and liquor store owners all over the country are being robbed every day of the week, says New Zealand First Police Spokesperson Ron Mark.