Family breakdown is behind our high prison numbers

I was born in 1951, at a time when New Zealand’s crime and prison numbers were incredibly low, averaging one or two homicides a year until the early 1960s say Garth McVicar.

So what went wrong?

The one common denominator – that Mr Little and his colleagues won’t dare talk about – is the traditional family. Read more

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