Toni resides in Christchurch East with her husband. Together they have run their own business which operates in Christchurch and Wellington. Before this, Toni was a Qualified Lab Technician at Christchurch District Health Board for 14-years.
Toni is a licensed firearms owner, she understands the impact the gun law reforms have had on law-abiding citizens in New Zealand, which the Government implemented last year.
She holds strong values of self-responsibility, less government interference, freedom of choice. She lived through the devastating Canterbury earthquakes as the community came together to rebuild businesses and homes.
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The right people on electronic bail? We hear ya!
”The numbers of violent and sexual offenders being released on electronic bail has increased dramatically under Labour and it’s time we reviewed who is eligible,” says ACT’s Corrections spokesperson Toni Severin.
More rehab for prisoners? We hear ya!
“Prisoners will have a better chance of reintegrating into society and building a better life as a result of a law proposed by ACT,” says ACT’s Corrections spokesperson Toni Severin.
Prisoner rehabilitation falling by the wayside
“Labour wants to have less people in New Zealand prisons, but according to inmates’ literacy and numeracy enrolment numbers, they don’t seem to care about equipping them for the outside world,” says ACT’s Corrections spokesperson Toni Severin.
Corrections Minister must address staffing crisis
“Corrections staff attrition has doubled under Labour, while recruitment is down 35 per cent. When Kelvin Davis said he wanted less people in prison we didn’t think he meant the staff,” says ACT’s Corrections spokesperson Toni Severin.
Child sex offender case shows need for urgent review
“The horrific case of a repeat child sex offender cutting off his ankle bracelet and sexually assaulting a toddler shows the urgent need for a review of electronic monitoring,” says ACT’s Correction spokesperson Toni Severin.