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  1. Video for Mother and daughters on a mission to support rangatahi offenders
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    Mother and daughters on a mission to support rangatahi offenders

    Maria, Ariana and Taasha Toetoe are using their relationship and the power of tikanga Māori to help rehabilitate rangatahi at an Auckland youth justice residence.

  2. Video for Sir Graham Lowe - Corrections first patron
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    Sir Graham Lowe- Corrections first patron

    Sir Graham Lowe is a Kiwi Rugby League icon who has trained the best in the business.  Now he is the first patron to be named for a graduating cohort of 65 new corrections officers.  

  3. Video for No 'hide and seek' for sex-offenders near schools
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    No 'hide and seek' for sex-offenders near schools

    A members bill that would require the Department of Corrections to notify schools of sex offenders placed in their local communities was put in the ballot today by National MP Matt Doocey.

  4. Video for Once Were Warriors actor refuses dialysis in Corrections protest
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    Once Were Warriors actor refuses dialysis in Corrections protest

    Former Once Were Warriors actor, Pete Smith is refusing life-saving dialysis treatment in protest over Corrections' treatment of an elderly Māori male prisoner brought in for his own dialysis.

  5. Video for The hardships of giving up drugs while on the inside
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    The hardships of giving up drugs while on the inside

    A former inmate and convicted drug dealer recalls the difficulty of overcoming a drug addiction while in prison.  It comes as Minister of Corrections Kelvin Davis announced $128.3mil funding to break the cycle of re-offending and boost addiction services within the prison system.  

  6. Video for $133m to break Māori re-offending and imprisonment cycle
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    $133m to break Māori re-offending and imprisonment cycle

    A total of $133 million will focus on breaking the cycle of Māori re-offending and imprisonment, with an added Whānau Ora approach to reduce Māori prison numbers. A further $131 million will be spent to lift outcomes for people who interact with the justice system.      

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    Govt spends $98m on kaupapa Māori approach to tackle reoffending

    The $98 million investment into kaupapa Māori and whānau-centered initiatives are expected to help break the cycle of Māori reoffending and imprisonment.  

  8. Video for Inmates unjustly treated by corrections staff
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    Inmates unjustly treated by corrections staff

    A veteran prison social worker supports an inmate's claim he has been unjustly treated by Corrections staff.

  9. Video for Driving progamme helps offenders in the BOP
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    Driving progamme helps offenders in the BOP

    The NZ Howard League for Penal Reform will now offer their driving programme for the next three years for offenders and ex-prisoners in the Eastern Bay of Plenty. The programme, which helps offenders obtain a driving license, has already helped over 40 people in the Whakatāne area since the pilot programme began in September.

  10. Video for Implementing tikanga Māori rehabilitation across all prisons
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    Implementing tikanga Māori rehabilitation across all prisons

    Minister of Corrections, Kelvin Davis is currently seeking collaborative approaches with iwi leaders to find solutions to the Māori prison population problem.

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