ACT introduced Three Strikes in 2010 to make sure serious repeat offenders get proper sentences and stay in prison longer.
Labour plans to scrap Three Strikes. That will mean the worst criminals will serve less time in prison and be out on the streets sooner.
Labour's ideological goal to reduce prison numbers puts New Zealanders in danger.
Sign the petition to keep Three Strikes.
The 21 criminals who have received a third strike have 74 convictions each on average. This is the worst of the worst. Prison is the right place for them.
ACT’s priority will always be the victims, not the offenders.
Three Strikes has worked. Repeat violent and sexual offenders have been locked away for longer, keeping New Zealanders safe.
Tell Labour to Keep Our Streets Safe.