Category Archives: NZ Police

Apply the Rules Equally or Not at All — The BFD

Conserve NZ It seems that many people want to hold faith leaders Brian Tamaki and Peter Mortlock accountable for backing protests that they consider to be potential “super spreaders” of Covid-19.  So if people see this as a justifiable position, then there is another public figure who needs to also be charged: our Covid-19 “expert”…

Apply the Rules Equally or Not at All — The BFD

Is a ‘Lawful and Peaceful’ Protest Now a Crime? — The BFD

Brian TamakiThe Freedoms & Rights Coalition Team Yesterday, I had a visit from two officers from the New Zealand Police at my home informing me that I was to be charged with two offences under the ever-changing laws passed by the government now known as the COVID-19 Public Health Response (Alert Level Requirements) Order (No…

Is a ‘Lawful and Peaceful’ Protest Now a Crime? — The BFD

The Full Story: Man Assaulted by Police for Shopping with His Own Partner — The BFD

GROSS NZ POLICE OVER REACH– Is this the country we want… read on and view the video!

Watch as a Police Officer assaults a man in his car for the ‘crime’ of shopping with his partner: The man in the video has contacted The BFD to give more context to the story. He has stated that the Police officer didn’t quite knock his phone to the ground. He has outlined the sequence…

via The Full Story: Man Assaulted by Police for Shopping with His Own Partner — The BFD

ACT’s Law and Order policy — Kiwiblog

ACT have released their draft law and order policy. Safe to assume that unlike Labour, funding the Mongrel Mob is not part of their policy. Their key points are: Introduce Gang Injunction Orders based on the UK ones introduce in 2009Ban gang members on welfare benefits from spending the benefit money on alcohol, gambling or…

via ACT’s Law and Order policy — Kiwiblog

Gangs Are the Problem, Not the Solution — The BFD

Darroch BallCo-Leader Sensible Sentencing Trust. Over recent months there has been a massive increase in police shootings, gang violence, and innocent members of the public being caught in danger caused by gangs. Every week we are writing to you, posting on social media, and putting out press releases not only with commentary about the gangs…

via Gangs Are the Problem, Not the Solution — The BFD

Govt funded Mob leader on suspended sentence for weapon charge — Kiwiblog

The Herald reports: A Mongrel Mob leader of a drug rehabilitation programme which got $2.75 million from the Government is subject to a six-month suspended sentence for a stun gun found after a police search at his home.A stun gun constructed to look like a torch was found in the bedside drawer of Central Hawke’s…

via Govt funded Mob leader on suspended sentence for weapon charge — Kiwiblog

Napier living in fear — Kiwiblog

Stuff reports: Gang activity in Napier has led to locals being far more fearful about their safety than they used to be.A survey of 597 local people, undertaken in February, has revealed that 44 per cent of locals felt the city was not a safe place to live. That compares to just 17 per cent…

via Napier living in fear — Kiwiblog

Meng Foon Should Go on ‘Ride-alongs’ with Police — The BFD

Darroch BallCo-Leader/SpokespersonSensible Sentencing Trust Race Relations Commissioner Meng Foon should go on a few ‘ride-along’s’ with frontline police so he can see first-hand how his continued criticisms and accusations of ‘racial profiling’ actually stack up, says Darroch Ball co-leader of Sensible Sentencing Trust. “His suggestion that the prime goal of bodycams on police would be…

via Meng Foon Should Go on ‘Ride-alongs’ with Police — The BFD

And You Think You Can Run a Gun Register — The BFD

The Police and the government want to implement a gun registry. They say it will make us all safer. Sensible shooters have been telling the government and Police that they can barely manage the existing register and that data security is paramount. A gun registry will simply be too tempting a target for the criminal…

via And You Think You Can Run a Gun Register — The BFD

Even Police staff feel unsafe in Wellington — Kiwiblog

Stuff reports: Police staff were allowed to take over public car parks outside their national headquarters in Wellington after claiming their essential staff felt too unsafe to walk to their cars at night. If only there were some sort of government agency whose job it was to keep the street safe so law abiding citizens…

via Even Police staff feel unsafe in Wellington — Kiwiblog

Yet Another Reason Not to Trust Police with an Arms Register — The BFD

Ever since March 15 2019, the Police have been on a jihad against licensed firearms owners. They have also pushed for an arms register in the mistaken belief that criminals will start registering their firearms. They already maintain an arms register for prohibited firearms, pistols and collectors, yet it seems they can barely manage to…

via Yet Another Reason Not to Trust Police with an Arms Register — The BFD

Chch Massacre: Police Admit Serious Mistakes & Apologise — The BFD

The Royal Commission of Inquiry Report into the Christchurch massacre has been released, and the Police have admitted, finally, what everyone one in the firearms community has known all along, that they failed utterly in following or even enforcing the law when it came to approving Brenton Tarrant’s firearms licence. Police have apologised for inadequately…

via Chch Massacre: Police Admit Serious Mistakes & Apologise — The BFD

‘Escalation of violence’: Police to carry guns after shooting spree — New Zealand Herald – Top Stories

After a spate of shootings, police in Counties Manukau will routinely carry firearms until further notice. Three shootings rocked Ōtara in less than 10 minutes on Friday evening. And one local …

via ‘Escalation of violence’: Police to carry guns after shooting spree — New Zealand Herald – Top Stories

What Lies beneath the Checkpoints — The BFD

Press Release: New Conservatives In 2017, the coalition of Labour, NZF and the Greens took control of New Zealand thus becoming the start of a journey that originally claimed transparency, openness and kindness but has failed to deliver except in the area of removing freedoms and disempowered democracy. New Conservative has worked hard to keep…

via What Lies beneath the Checkpoints — The BFD

Police Commissioner confident lockdown enforcement was legal — Your NZ

NZ Herald: Legality of police action during covid 19 coronavirus lockdown questioned in legal quarters Leaked emails from the police top brass show how legally exposed they felt when the country was ordered into lockdown in March. Emails from Deputy Commissioner Mike Clement to district commanders and to the now Commissioner Andy Coster show a […]

via Police Commissioner confident lockdown enforcement was legal — Your NZ

Crime down through lockdown, mental health, self harm, domestic harm at ‘usual levels’ — Your NZ

In a media conference today Police Commissioner Andrew Coster said that through the Level 4 lockdown has been a decrease in crime involving assaults, road policing and theft, From RNZ: ‘We need to continue to stick to the rules’ – Police Commissioner Police Commissioner Andrew Coster says police have dealt with 4452 breaches since the […]

via Crime down through lockdown, mental health, self harm, domestic harm at ‘usual levels’ — Your NZ

Ministry of Health would decide if Minister of Health is prosecuted! — Kiwiblog

A reader writes in: I made a complaint to the NZ Police about the Minister of Health breaching the lockdown through the Police’s online COVID-19 L4 breach form on 3/4/20. This was the mountain biking incident.Having learned of David Clark’s second breach with a 20km drive to the beach several days later I personally rang…

via Ministry of Health would decide if Minister of Health is prosecuted! — Kiwiblog

This Mad Marxist Experiment Must End — The BFD

In the year 1910, a law-abiding New Zealand citizen would hardly have been aware of the operation of the State. He would be aware of policemen walking the beat. He would probably use the Post Office. If a city dweller, he would ride on municipal trams. But that would have been the extent of the State’s visibility…

via This Mad Marxist Experiment Must End — The BFD

What to Do During a Visit from the Police — The BFD

 

From the full document (that you can download at the end of the post) I have summarised The following key points: If the Police come and knock on your door. Record the conversation (for your own notes and records). If you are a firearms licence holder – standard. The police cannot enter your home uninvited…

via What to Do During a Visit from the Police — The BFD

Police Continue to Intimidate Licenced Firearms Owners — The BFD

 

One of my friends and moderator on Right Minds, Matthew McCluskey, received a visit from the friendly neighbourhood cops on Saturday night at 9 pm. He’s allowed me to use his real name to provide some weight behind this bizarre story, as he usually performs his limited online activity under a pseudonym. He was cleaning…

via Police Continue to Intimidate Licenced Firearms Owners — The BFD

NZ First referred to police/Serious Fraud Office — Your NZ

It is unclear who exactly is in the firing line (people-wise), but the the Electoral Commission has referred the party donation arrangements involving the NZ First Foundation to the police, who immediately passed the matter on to the Serious Fraud Office. Winston Peters has rfesponded saying the party would review it’s donation arrangements. Electoral Commission: […]

via NZ First referred to police/Serious Fraud Office — Your NZ

Is the Government Telling the Truth? — The BFD

 

Something that has bugged so many of us over the last 12 months have been the claims that the Government has only banned firearms that ‘don’t have a legitimate use’. Police Minister Stuart Nash, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, and so many personalities in the media say it over and over again. Meet Kath Arnold and…

via Is the Government Telling the Truth? — The BFD

Where should the SFO focus? — Kiwiblog

It’s excellent news that the Police have referred on the Electoral Commission complaint about NZ First to the Serious Fraud Office. The Police have a woeful record when it comes to electoral law enforcement, while the SFO have shown much more ability to investigate these issues. So what offences may have been committed and who…

via Where should the SFO focus? — Kiwiblog

Winnie off to the Police — Kiwiblog

Stuff reports: NZ First leader Winston Peters has asked his party’s president to prepare a police complaint over a “massive breach” of party information. “Ongoing media stories using as their source stolen information are designed to skew an even political playing field,” a media release from Peters said. This is unintentionally hilarious as the information that…

via Winnie off to the Police — Kiwiblog

The Demonisation of Conservative Voices — The BFD

 

We have just witnessed an example of socialist group think from our collective media. The BFD broke the news that one of its authors, Dieuwe de Boer had been raided by approximately a dozen jack-booted, armed Police in search of a rifle that was described in the search warrant as “.22RL lever-action rifle. Blued metal, brown…

via The Demonisation of Conservative Voices — The BFD

Are We All Far-Right Activists Now? — The BFD

 

I have not yet met Dieuwe de Boer, although I would very much like to. However, I have watched many of his videos, particularly in 2018, when he visited rallies held by groups opposed to anything that was even remotely right wing. He would go around and try to talk to people, asking them about…

via Are We All Far-Right Activists Now? — The BFD

Why Aren’t Police Disarming Gangs Instead of Terrorising Legitimate Gun Owners? — The BFD

 

Changes to NZ gun laws are being used by police to harass law-abiding gun owners while criminal gangs go about their business of terrorising the public. Dieuwe de Boer was targeted by a bevy of armed police who searched his house for illegal firearms. They didn’t find any because de Boer is a law-abiding gun…

via Why Aren’t Police Disarming Gangs Instead of Terrorising Legitimate Gun Owners? — The BFD

Until Police Can Stop This Behaviour, LFOs Should Resist a Register — The BFD

 

The Police have become overbearing and threatening in their dealings with Licenced Firearms Owners. They have been aided and abetted by an out of control Police Minister, Stuart Nash. Currently, they are ramming through legislation for a gun register despite the fact that no gun register anywhere in the world has been either A) cost-effective.…

via Until Police Can Stop This Behaviour, LFOs Should Resist a Register — The BFD

Dr Terry Goldsworthy: Flawed Perceptions on Party Drugs Testing Police — Family First NZ

Courier Mail (Aust) November 2019Pill testing will not make our kids safer. As a former senior detective who spent more than 28 years in the frontline on the war against drugs, I am concerned by the calls for pill testing to be implemented and policing actions reduced in the wake of the NSW Coroner’s findings…

via Dr Terry Goldsworthy: Flawed Perceptions on Party Drugs Testing Police — Family First NZ

Gun buyback data breach — Your NZ

The gun buyback data breach is claimed to have been limited to 66 gun dealers only potentially being able to access, and it has been blamed on the software supplier SAP, it is still embarrassing for the Police and the Government. Stuff: ‘Disappointing’ data breach has police shut down gun buyback website The details of […]

via Gun buyback data breach — Your NZ