New Zealand Ministry of Justice

The 2006 New Zealand Crime and Safety Survey (NZCASS) is the first to enable a detailed analysis of the Maori experience of crime victimisation. Because the NZCASS focuses on victims […]

This is an evaluation of the implementation of Rangatahi Courts, which are culturally specific youth courts in New Zealand informed by Koori courts. The evaluation found that cultural relevance and […]

The Mahi Tahi Trust works with prison inmates and their whanau (family), helping them to discover and recover traditional Maori principles, values and disciplines. The work is centred on four […]

The Rotorua Second Chance Restorative Justice Programme was selected for re-evaluation by the New Zealand Ministry of Justice so that best practice principles for community-based restorative justice programmes utilising tikanga-based […]

This evaluation assesses the extent to which the Wanganui Community-Managed Restorative Justice Programme (NZ) met the objectives it had set for itself in its 1999 implementation plan. The evaluation was […]

This report identifies the key trends in the New Zealand Ministry of Justice’s Child and Youth Prosecution Statistics 2011. The report focuses on the characteristics and outcomes for children and […]