Fri, 20 Jul 2012 6:06p.m.
The Department of Corrections says it is doing what it can to protect the Whangarei community from a high risk violent offender who has just left prison.
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28/07/2012 4:49:15 p.m.
And they've closed all our mental institutions which is where someone like this person should be, not only for the safety of the general public, but also for his own safety and well-being.
21/07/2012 8:57:10 a.m.
Who is going to be accountable when he reoffends for surely that will happen one day...There is no accountability anymore for poor management.
20/07/2012 9:10:31 p.m.
So he's been locked him up for 9 years & he's still asessed as dangerous & a high risk of reoffending - Shouldn't everyone be more worried about how that
could happen? instead it's somehow acceptable to create a greater issue stigmatizing him, further hampering his chances of piecing his life back - in the process; making it easier for him to re-offend.
20/07/2012 7:40:14 p.m.
This man will stop taking his meds at some stage. Surely a psyc ward or a staffed home home is best suited for this man. He is a real and present danger to the public and by the looks cannot look after himself.
20/07/2012 7:11:56 p.m.
This is an unfortunate man who would normally be in a high security psych unit.If he stops taking his meds he will get paranoia and potentially attack the source of his imaginary ideas, eg: the neighbours.Very poor management of him.Scary dude.
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