5 Oct 2016

Will scrapping New Year's events make teens less safe?

From Nine To Noon, 9:09 am on 5 October 2016

Rape Crisis has called it one of the worst hot spots for sexual assault and violence on New Year's Eve, now the Tauranga City Council has announced it will scrap it's celebrations at Mount Maunganui beach. But Kylie McKee from the Bay of Plenty Sexual Assault Support Services says cancelling the party will only move the problem further down the coast - potentially with less monitoring by police and other services. Nine to Noon also speaks to Bay of Plenty Area Commander - Inspector Clifford Paxton.

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