Minister Of Corrections

Nov. 14, 2017, 5:12 p.m.

Making his debut appearance as the Minister of Corrections 2017, Kelvin Davis acknowledged long serving Corrections Staff at the awards ceremony held recently in Whangarei.

Saddened by the increased numbers of Māori incarcerated, Mr Davis is determined to reduce prison numbers and rehabilitate inmates for successful return to their whanau and hapori.

Mr Davis also acknowledged the honour of holding the Corrections portfolio.



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