What happens when Police act outside of law in their management of the Arms Act?

Well… nothing.

That needs to change.

The farce of the Arms Code 2017 cost the New Zealand taxpayer over thirty thousand dollars when it was recalled and destroyed.

Oh and the Blog are checking that they have indeed been destroyed.

Police refused to say who wrote the new Arms Code.

The Police refused to tell a reader of the Blog who signed off on it.

The Police Minister refused to say if anyone was disciplined for this expensive farce.

Ministers don’t get involved in ‘Operational matters’.

So officially…

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That is it.

Just a little hard to make complaints…

WHEN YOU WONT GIVE US THE NAMES OF THE PEOPLE TO COMPLAIN ABOUT!

Here is another case the demonstrates the facts above.

The Police invented a new policy about the classification of thumb hole stocks.

They are then challenged in court and lose.

But not before they launch a publicity campaign demanding compliance.

Look at these costs:

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Plus the costs of legal fees:

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That is well over a hundred thousand dollars lost due to incompetence / illegal action.

The consequences for those involved? Nothing.

Imagine trying that in the private sector.

The Commissioner seems quite comfortable with the situation but things must change.

Perhaps the Police will slow their abuses if they know that their actions will come at a cost to them as well as taxpayers?

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