“Pacifically Correct” – Why the Three Strikes law protects families

The Government wants to scrap what is known as the Three Strikes Law. Since 2010, New Zealand has had a ‘Three Strikes’ sentencing law for serious violent and sexual offenders who continue to commit offences. This law removes parole eligibility for repeat offenders and imposes the maximum prison term available for the offence committed, for those who offend a third or subsequent time. In this episode, Nick explains why the law protects families and communities.


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