Tag Archives: NZ Police

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

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

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

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

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

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

Police Concerned Cannabis Reform Won’t Shut Gangs Out of Black Market — The BFD

 

Read all the concerns from the police – and then ask yourself, whose opinion do you trust more? The Police who deal with this every day, OR Chloe, Andrew, Helen and the Drug Foundation? Police concerns: One of the proposed benefits is to free up police resources but that is not actually the case. If…

via Police Concerned Cannabis Reform Won’t Shut Gangs Out of Black Market — 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

Face of the Day — The BFD

 

Thanks to today’s face of the day the Police managed to “lose” two Glock pistols and a police car along with the ammunition for the pistols. These are the same police who love to tell law-abiding firearms licence holders that they are the best people to manage a gun register, which beggars belief when they…

via Face of the Day — The BFD

New Monthly Series – Police Numbers — Kiwiblog

 

This is the first of a new monthly series charting Labour’s progress towards election or coalition promises. I plan to have a number of these in areas such as housing, police, light rail and forestry. The black line shows the promise of 1,800 extra police officers in three years and what a linear trend towards…

via New Monthly Series – Police Numbers — Kiwiblog

National Finally Wakes Up on Gun Reform — The BFD

 

“It has taken National five months to wake up to the fact that the government is targeting law-abiding firearm owners who have done nothing wrong”, says ACT Leader David Seymour. National has suggested it might vote against the government’s second Arms Amendment Bill. “Voting against the second tranche of gun reforms won’t excuse National’s decision…

via National Finally Wakes Up on Gun Reform — The BFD

Keystone Cops Strike Again — The BFD | Media

 

Let me start by apologising to those competent current and former members of our police force (we have a couple in the BFD community) but it seems that there is not much that the police manage to do these days to give us all confidence in their ability to keep the public safe. From allowing…

via Keystone Cops Strike Again — The BFD | Media

Boy Racers Are Now ‘Car Enthusiasts’! — WOBH | Media

Isn’t it funny how the Legacy Media change their descriptors depending on how they wish to control the narrative? Wellington car enthusiasts‘ turnout dwindles after road roller incident TVNZ Not long ago TVNZ would have been touting this road roller incident as a failure of National party policies and would have been giving Judith Collins…

via Boy Racers Are Now ‘Car Enthusiasts’! — WOBH | Media

Police say that budget leaks not unlawful — Your NZ

Police have conformed what has been widely claimed already about the budget leak – they say the information was obtained by ‘exploiting a bug’. What? Online viruses exploit bugs, but that doesn’t make them lawful. Whatever the law says on this, questions about the ethics of National publicising the material they obtained remain. As has […]

via Police say that budget leaks not unlawful — Your NZ

Politicians should be reminded not to misuse Police – The Free Speech Coalition — The Daily Blog

 

The Free Speech Coalition calls on the Police and Human Rights Commission to remind politicians that they can’t misuse false complaints Police to suppress criticism. It is especially important to uphold the freedom of speech guaranteed under section 14 of the New Zealand Bill of Rights as elections loom. “This follows media reports of a…

via Politicians should be reminded not to misuse Police – The Free Speech Coalition — The Daily Blog

New non-emergency Police number – 105 — Your NZ

The Police have launched a new non-emergency number 105 as an alternative to the normal; emergency number 111. This is a sensible move, I don’t know what it wasn’t done long ago. Police announces non-emergency number – it’s 105 At 10:05 am on the 10th of the 5th, New Zealand Police is launching 105 (“ten […]

via New non-emergency Police number – 105 — Your NZ

A ‘top secret list’ of people being monitored by the police — Your NZ

This should be no surprise – Stuff reports that the police have a ‘top secret list’ (as it should be) of people they are monitoring, including “white supremacists, Muslim converts and people left disgruntled by the Christchurch terror attack” and “disaffected” people with firearm licences, and others with racist and radical views. As long as […]

via A ‘top secret list’ of people being monitored by the police — Your NZ

The case for arming the Police — Kiwiblog

A police officer writes in Stuff: I graduated with a wooden baton, a set of handcuffs and a desire to make a difference. Now I must wear a stab proof vest in the summer heat, carry pepper spray, a metal baton and a Taser. Why? New Zealand has changed.In nearly 30 years of policing, guns…

via The case for arming the Police — Kiwiblog

Police investigation into MP ‘inciting suicide’ claim — Your NZ

The Police have confirmed they are investigating a complaint of allegations that an unnamed MP of inciting to suicide in a text message to Jami-Lee ross. “We are not in a position to discuss specifics of the investigation while it is still ongoing.” Ross said it was not right to comment on an active police […]

via Police investigation into MP ‘inciting suicide’ claim — Your NZ

So how extreme are PAPA? — Kiwiblog

The banning of the Police wearing uniforms at the Auckland Pride Parade has come about due to capture by an activist group called People Against Prisons Aotearoa. Now their agenda is not just banning of Police uniforms at the Pride Parade. They are at what is basically the lunatic end of the political spectrum. Don’t…

via So how extreme are PAPA? — Kiwiblog

Calling The Police On Minorities Could Become A Hate Crime In New York! — New Conservative Movement

 

Article by Bryan Howard August 17, 2018 New York state Sen. Jesse Hamilton (D-NY) proposed a Bill that would make it a hate crime to call the police on a minority if they aren’t found breaking a crime. This comes after someone called the police on a black person for handing out anti-Trump material in […]

via Calling The Police On Minorities Could Become A Hate Crime In New York! — New Conservative Movement