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  Reply # 1099095 31-Jul-2014 10:30
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kenkeniff:
Killerkiwi2005: As I understand it Hamilton is the most understaffed region in the country...


Maybe...but you wouldn't really know.


Well possibly I do know some who does know ;)

http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/8970746/Christchurch-is-not-crime-capital

Go Hamilton red line...

Of course whether police numbers actually effect crime rates is a whole other debate




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Reply # 1099119 31-Jul-2014 10:41
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Killerkiwi2005:
kenkeniff:
Killerkiwi2005: As I understand it Hamilton is the most understaffed region in the country...


Maybe...but you (generally speaking - not you personally) wouldn't really know.


Well possibly I do know some who does know ;)

http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/8970746/Christchurch-is-not-crime-capital

Go Hamilton red line...

Of course whether police numbers actually effect crime rates is a whole other debate


The accuracy of crime stats is a whole other debate..

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