|Level of crime||50.59||Moderate|
|Crime increasing in the past 3 years||68.24||High|
|Worries home broken and things stolen||49.61||Moderate|
|Worries being mugged or robbed||43.58||Moderate|
|Worries car stolen||46.40||Moderate|
|Worries things from car stolen||53.75||Moderate|
|Worries being insulted||48.07||Moderate|
|Worries being subject to a physical attack because of your skin color, ethnic origin, gender or religion||35.42||Low|
|Problem people using or dealing drugs||59.36||Moderate|
|Problem property crimes such as vandalism and theft||57.18||Moderate|
|Problem violent crimes such as assault and armed robbery||47.74||Moderate|
|Problem corruption and bribery||27.89||Low|
|Safety walking alone during daylight||69.96||High|
|Safety walking alone during night||40.44||Moderate|
Last update: March 2023
These data are based on perceptions of visitors of this website in the past 3 years.
If the value is 0, it means it is perceived as very low, and if the value is 100, it means it is perceived as very high.
|Crime in North Shore||6.10 miles|
|Crime in Manukau||14.42 miles|
|Crime in Hamilton||78.04 miles|
|Crime in Cambridge||90.92 miles|
|Crime in Whangarei||98.49 miles|
|Crime in Tauranga||126.40 miles|
|Crime in Rotorua||141.68 miles|
|Crime in Taupo||172.85 miles|
|Crime in New Plymouth||223.66 miles|
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If cops cant catch an ex-prisoner attacking in prime CBD location with complete video footage and numerous CCTVs, it is absolutely evident that they are too busy with self welfare and not crime. Third world countries (as perceived) have a justice system. Not New Zealand. Soon Govt will announce Criminal welfare funds scheme when they run out of our tax money!
Short message BE A CRIMINAL AND LIVE A HAPPY LIFE IN NEW ZEALAND.
Homeless and beggars have sure increased.
Only problems I have had it with two people in a hostel and backpackers.
Onen was a player and started competing with me because he liked all the attention from women.
The other threatened to kill me and was prosecuted for it and is now in a psychiatric unit, he was a narcissist bully and like to threaten people..
Its very costly to live alone, but woth it if you can find a suitable place,
I now rent a cosy studio apartment on my own.
I have not been a victim of crime on the street.
Dont make eye contact, or general comments and you wont be challenged.
Carry bags in front of you.
- Racism is a big problem with Maori. If a Maori commits a transgression against you (e.g. backs into your car, knocks over your drink, their children pull the middle at you, they play the same song on repeat at full volume at 3am) then any sort of blame directed at them will generally result in them reminding you, that, they are “Tangata whenua” (Maori word for people of the land) and that, you should, f**k off and go back to your own country.
- Never walk down Queen street alone at night, a cesspool of human filth populate this stretch and may approach you, yell at you, cars full of primitive islanders may drive by and yell things out the window at you, Indians will hit on you and it’s very hard to shake them off.
- South Auckland is made up of mainly state houses, provided to uneducated, low intelligence people incapable of integrating into society, mainly Maori and Islanders. Very few social programs help these people because their low IQ hinders education, it is extremely racist to mention this, however, no eye brows are raised when the inhabitants call you a “honky” or “palangi”. As a result of this high human garage concentration, crime is very rampant in South Auckland.
- The only reason most people visit South Island is the abundance of “tinny houses” - state houses which discretely sell marijuana if you know which door/window to knock on.
- Gangs are a very prevalent in New Zealand. Due to the unforgiving nature of the criminal justice system, coupled with the lower intelligence of native peoples, joining a gang provides many people an escape from the demands of society and focus on working together to enrich their lives with proceeds of crime, namely, selling hard drugs.
- When a Maori/Islander attempts to communicate with you, if you struggle to comprehend what they are trying to say, NEVER respond with the word “WHAT”. Responding with “what” triggers an almost uncontrollable escalating melt down which has a high probability of resulting in serious injury to yourself via a frenzied assault. Your best course of action is to avoid eye-contact, concentrate on escape routes and attempt to distance yourself as quickly away from the situation.
- A sign of trouble while at the beach or park is the arrival or sighting of a “people mover” - these are usually vans or mini-vans (generally exceeding laws on window tinting) which disregard capacity and road safety regulations to transport large units of Islanders. Their presence increases the risk of crime and is greatly multiplied by multiple “people movers” parked together.
- Do not leave your car parked on the side of the road at night, you are at extreme risk of it being broken into or stolen. This has occurred 6 times to myself in different suburbs around Auckland.
- Police in Auckland are generally very good, if you approach them in a humble manner they will treat you very well.
Multiple murders in different parts of the city. South Auckland is notorious for crime, FEW examples being areas such as Otara and Mangere. Don't go to secluded and empty parks in South Auckland alone, even during day time. There are prying criminal eyes who wait for opportunities to strike. I myself narrowly evaded an attack at a South Auckland park (infact, it was the park ,from memory, either on or off Massey road in Mangere) during broad daylight.
Islanders are a huge problem here and contribute to most of the crimes. A lot of them are uneducated,uncivilised, aggressive and criminally inclined. While islanders bare dispersed in many areas, be especially careful in South Auckland.