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Friday, November 15, 2013

NZ Police 'roast busters' Interview questions

 
Interview questions for the Waitemata police in relation to the 'ROAST BUSTERS' gang ("the gang"/"the case")

To be interviewed:

Supt. Bill SEARLE (District Commander, Waitemata Police )
Det Supt. Andy LOVELOCK
Det. Insp. Bruce SCOTT 

Questions:

Do the police have probable cause or reasonable suspicion to suspect any member of the gang, or any participant in the activities of the gang, have committed a criminal offence?
+ When did police form this opinion and upon what evidence?

How many victims of the gang are there, what are their ages, and on what dates did the offences against them occur?

What was the name given to this case? What was the status of this case: enquiry/operation etc.

What plans did the police have to end the gang?

Given the police statement that the gang's facebook page was was open for operational and tactical reasons:
+ How many suspects were able to be identified in this case? - were they interviewed?
+ How many victims were able to be identified in this case? - were they interviewed?
+ was there an intention to keep the website open until there was another suspect? or another victim?
+ How many videos, images or other documents did Det Insp Bruce Scott of the Waitemata police inspect in relation to the case and how many did he determine were evidence of a criminal offence?
+ Did any other officer view these videos, images or documents beside Det Insp Bruce Scott - and what was there determination of criminality?

What measures and what staff resources (including staff hours) have been put into protecting the safety of the victims in this case?

What staff resources (including staff hours) have been put into protecting the safety of the suspects in this case?

Do the police know the whereabouts of the gang?
+ If overseas now, what is the date the suspect left and in which country are they?

Has a draft summary of facts been prepared for the laying of an information/charging document in the case?
 

4 Comments:

At 17/11/13 12:09 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Graham McCready?

 
At 17/11/13 9:06 pm, Anonymous charles kinbote said...


Do the police have probable cause or reasonable suspicion to suspect any member of the gang, or any participant in the activities of the gang, have committed a criminal offence?

Police : No

+ When did police form this opinion and upon what evidence?

Police : On the evidence available to us:

How many victims of the gang are there, what are their ages, and on what dates did the offences against them occur?

Police : We have had some reports , these matters are confidential. If criminal offences had occurred we would prosecute

What was the name given to this case? What was the status of this case: enquiry/operation etc.

Police: Operation Martyn. Status neutral.

What plans did the police have to end the gang?

Police : Free association is a matter of democracy

Police: which gang do you mean
.
Given the police statement that the gang's facebook page was was open for operational and tactical reasons:
+ How many suspects were able to be identified in this case? - were they interviewed?
+ How many victims were able to be identified in this case? - were they interviewed?
+ was there an intention to keep the website open until there was another suspect? or another victim?
+ How many videos, images or other documents did Det Insp Bruce Scott of the Waitemata police inspect in relation to the case and how many did he determine were evidence of a criminal offence?
+ Did any other officer view these videos, images or documents beside Det Insp Bruce Scott - and what was there determination of criminality?

Police : Suspects assumes a crime, and we have not identified any criminal action

What measures and what staff resources (including staff hours) have been put into protecting the safety of the victims in this case?

Police : These are internal matters and not for disclosure. Our interviews with people may not lead us to assume victims

What staff resources (including staff hours) have been put into protecting the safety of the suspects in this case?

Police : These are internal matters and not for disclosure. Our interviews with people may not lead us to assume victims

Do the police know the whereabouts of the gang?

Police : There is no gang in the common meaning of the word. It is all in your head Tim. And your head is not well’

+ If overseas now, what is the date the suspect left and in which country are they?

Police : Where you should be, but we are not sure you would be welcome. Some people say you would be turned back

Has a draft summary of facts been prepared for the laying of an information/charging document in the case?

Police : No

 
At 17/11/13 9:26 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said...


Do the police have probable cause or reasonable suspicion to suspect any member of the gang, or any participant in the activities of the gang, have committed a criminal offence?

Police : No

+ When did police form this opinion and upon what evidence?

Police : On the evidence available to us:

How many victims of the gang are there, what are their ages, and on what dates did the offences against them occur?

Police : We have had some reports , these matters are confidential. If criminal offences had occurred we would prosecute

What was the name given to this case? What was the status of this case: enquiry/operation etc.

Police: Operation Martyn. Status neutral.

What plans did the police have to end the gang?
Police: “ A gang is your word ,


Given the police statement that the gang's facebook page was was open for operational and tactical reasons:
+ How many suspects were able to be identified in this case? - were they interviewed?
+ How many victims were able to be identified in this case? - were they interviewed?
+ was there an intention to keep the website open until there was another suspect? or another victim?
+ How many videos, images or other documents did Det Insp Bruce Scott of the Waitemata police inspect in relation to the case and how many did he determine were evidence of a criminal offence?
+ Did any other officer view these videos, images or documents beside Det Insp Bruce Scott - and what was there determination of criminality?

Police : Suspects assumes a crime, and we have not identified any criminal action. A

What measures and what staff resources (including staff hours) have been put into protecting the safety of the victims in this case?

Police : These are internal matters and not for disclosure. Our interviews with people may not lead us to assume victims

What staff resources (including staff hours) have been put into protecting the safety of the suspects in this case?

Police : These are internal matters and not for disclosure. Our interviews with people may not lead us to assume victims

Do the police know the whereabouts of the gang?

Police : There is no gang in the common meaning of the word. It is all in your head Tim. And your head is not well’

+ If overseas now, what is the date the suspect left and in which country are they?

Police : Where you should be, but we are not sure you would be welcome

Has a draft summary of facts been prepared for the laying of an information/charging document in the case?

Police : No

 
At 26/11/13 3:32 pm, Blogger Tim Selwyn said...

... so nothing, all these under-age girls, alcohol, drugs, the guy is all over the internet saying he's a rapist... and no crimes identified by police. No wonder the sex offending stats are so unreliable.

 

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