Shellharbour gets praise for crime fighting efforts, a top figure says he may give more funds to the police force to tackle more petty crime

Shellharbour gets praise for crime fighting efforts, a top figure says he may give more funds to the police force to tackle more petty crime.

The prime minister and city’s police chief are due to discuss the funding situation with the City Council i더킹카지노n a meeting in mid-November.

Tanya Walton, who is also the acting mayor of Tamanaki in Auckland, has written to Police New Zealand, saying the province needs more funding for its police forces.

In a letter, she says Tamanaki’s policing efforts are being hampered by a number of factors, including a lack of resources, the low crime rate of the city and the city’s relationship with the Auckland University of Technology.

“Although there are some good reasons to support us and do our job with that,” Ms Walton said, “we’re struggling.”

Tamanaki Mayor Tanya Walton said the government’s plan to increase spending on policing was working.

Photo: RNZ / David Crosling

The report notes there have been 3,082 violent crimes reported to the National Police and Crime Commission in the past year, almost a 바카라사이트half a million for which police took prosecution action.

The report notes police have been more than 1,000 times more successful in responding to the request for information from individuals to provide new details of cases that had not previously been reported to them.

The police force also provided more details for about 10,000 people with warrants. Those information requests had accounted for about half the total number of such requests over the same period.

Ms Walton said a number of issues remained in Tamanaki, notably where crime can be tackled, but said she was confident the numbers of violent offences and prosecutions would increase in coming months.

“The current budgeting situation is one of concern, and so our response time is being increased, from three weeks to four days, depending on our needs, and I think that’s where we will continue to see improvements,” she said.

The number of reported violent crimes recorded to the NSPCC in Tamanaki was about half of Auckland’s total.

Photo: RNZ / Alexander Robertson

The report also noted that Tamanaki police had increased the number of people reporting for police information sessions from 10 a week in 2008 to 19 a week this year and the number of such sessions increased to nearly 30.

Ms Walton said there would need to be additional resources for the pol더킹카지노ice, but the police service was working closely with them to bring about any improvements.

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