Whānau need to work alongside Police

May 10, 2022, 12:50 p.m.

Shane Jones says he's hopeful the new budget for Police will deal with the mounting gang problems however adds it is going to take more than funding to help redirect youth away from a life of crime. He told Joel Bristowe, that he fears what might be the outcome for youth and their futures, encouraging whānau to work alongside police.


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