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Police Association president Chris Cahill said that given the events of Christchurch on March the 15th, nothing could be considered an overreaction.
Police Association president Chris Cahill said the idea was worth exploring but it was probably not viable, as the risks were too great.
In his oral submission, Chris Cahill warned politicians it is time to start cracking down on the increasing risk of criminals and gangs with guns.
Chris Cahill said 25 percent of Police Association members said bullying was a serious problem in the latest survey, up from 20 percent a year ago.
Chris Cahill told reporter Ben Strang the shooting at a police officer's home was a worrying escalation of tensions in the town.
Chris Cahill said the association supported more treatment being available in prison but had concerns about the sentencing bar being lowered.
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