Statistics on stolen vehicles - success rates/types of crime

BMH made this Official Information request to New Zealand Police

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From: BMH

Dear New Zealand Police,

Please provide all necessary statistics for stolen vehicles including but not limited to:
- no reported stolen per annum over last 3 years
- success rates of recovery
- no hours police investigate per case (average)
- % hours to total duties police hours for vehicle crimes
- total % time to overall crime
- priority of crime to other crimes
- police performance criteria for vehicles (KPI stats)
- # performance measures
- total cost of crime $ spend on vehicle crimes

Yours faithfully,

BMH

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From: MCMAHON, Teresa
New Zealand Police

Dear BMH

 

Thank you for your request for the following information:

Please provide all necessary statistics for stolen vehicles including but
not limited to:
 - no reported stolen per annum over last 3 years
 - success rates of recovery
 - no hours police investigate per case (average)
 - % hours to total duties police hours for vehicle crimes
 - total % time to overall crime
 - priority of crime to other crimes
 - police performance criteria for vehicles (KPI stats)
 - # performance measures
 - total cost of crime $ spend on vehicle crimes

 

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Police will then prepare a response to your information request.

Thank you

Teresa McMahon

Ministerial Services

Police National Headquarters

PO Box 3017

Wellington

Ext 44069, DDI 04 474 9469

 

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