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Crime Stats
Information kindly provided by Statistics New Zealand and the New Zealand Police

Gender differentiation in criminal court outcomes Gender differentiation in criminal court outcomes
In New Zealand, governmental/official crime statistics show that women are less likely than men to be convicted of an offence or sentenced to imprisonment, and receive shorter terms than men and are more likely to be granted early release on parole.

 
Crime in NZ Report - Released July 2001 Crime in NZ Report - Released July 2001
This report provides an overview of the actual levels and types of recorded crime in New Zealand. Released by Statistics New Zealand on 31 July 2001

 
General NZ Crime Statistics 1978-1995 General NZ Crime Statistics 1978-1995
Statistical charts of offences by crime group, 1978-1995

 
1999 - Police commitment maintains downward trend in crime 1999 - Police commitment maintains downward trend in crime
The crime statistics released today show total recorded crime dropped from 465,834 to 455,552 offences. When adjusted for population this represents a drop of 3 percent.

 
Crime Statistics - Released June 1998 Crime Statistics - Released June 1998
Recorded crime in 1997 dropped almost one percent and police solved slightly more crime than in1996. These statistics show recorded crime dropped by 4,049 offences to 473,547. Police also resolved 176,299 offences, an increase from 36.8% to 37.2%.

 
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