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Youth crime is coming to a tipping point in our country where there will be serious consequences for New Zealanders if we continue to believe ‘there’s nothing to see here
The Herald has a story today suggesting that because the stats show that “the number of children before the courts has actually declined in recent years” that it is evidence “youth crime has declined”.
All those stats show is the ‘catch and release’ policy successive governments have employed with youth over the past decade - if they don’t get prosecuted and put through court they don’t get counted in the stats.
Youth crime is coming to a tipping point in our country where there will be serious consequences for New Zealanders if we continue to believe ‘there’s nothing to see here.
It's time we bring back experience to government.
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