Follow South Auckland's finest as they go after the gangsters, dealers and thieves with the latest in crime science, intelligence gathering and crime prevention strategies.
The mission: to drive down crime and make New Zealand's meanest streets safer.
Narrated by Jesse Mulligan, Crime Exposed is the first New Zealand series to look beyond the thin, blue frontline of policing and delve deep into the inner workings of our police force, to discover the strategies, technologies, men and women that are the new wave of law enforcement.
Crime Exposed is a new kind of cop show for a new kind of policing. Our cameras follow a diverse range of crime fighting tales including a massive drug seizure operation and the intelligence behind it, we see how cutting edge surveillance technology is used to take down members of a prolific street gang and how the latest in crime prevention strategies leads to a colourful night amongst rowdy partygoers.
With unprecedented access to police officers and procedures, Crime Exposed tells the real story of how New Zealand police are waging the war on crime.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Crime Exposed - Crime in South Africa - Netflix
South Africa has a notably high rate of murders, assaults, rapes and other violent crimes, compared with most countries.
Crime Exposed - Financial crimes - Netflix
PricewaterhouseCoopers's fourth biennial Global Economic Crime Survey reported a 110% increase in fraud reports from South African companies in 2005. 83% of South African companies reported being affected by white collar crime in 2005, and 72% of South African companies reported being affected in 2007. 64% of the South African companies surveyed stated that they pressed forward with criminal charges upon detection of fraud. 3% of companies said that they each lost more than 10,000,000 South African rand in two years due to fraud. Louis Strydom, the head of PricewaterhouseCooper's forensic auditing division, said that the increase in fraud reports originates from “an increased focus on fraud risk management and embedding a culture of whistle-blowing.” According to the survey 45% of cases involved a perpetrator between the ages of 31 and 40: 64% of con men held a high school education or less.
Crime Exposed - References - Netflix