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Note that these are the young persons under 18 who have received the country’s very significant finite (fixed) sentences.
We estimate that there may be another two youth offenders in New Zealand that we have not been able to list as yet, and that we may not be able to add them because they have name suppression if they were under 17.
Journalist Christy Todd is assigned to cover Squad 51's rescues, and has an immediate dislike to John's (and many of the other firemen/male doctors') chauvinistic demeanor toward her, after Dixie recognizes most of John's rude personality.
The offenders listed here were young persons convicted of serious violent offences or sexual offences who were all under 18 at time the offence(s) were committed.
They are listed in order by the offender with the longest head sentence.
If anyone could, Dixie might have been able to give Christy a better perspective of the people she was supposed to be writing about (paramedics, firefighters, doctors), all of whom just happen to be men. I suppose firefighting can be a real "boy's club;" it's still dominated by men and I'm sure a fire station can probably have an atmosphere like a sports locker room, but still, this woman was judging every firefighter by whatever preconceptions she had, whether true or not, without giving them the benefit of the doubt. Here she is a journalist, and she's five feet away from a man who's been sought by the police for blowing up buildings...
Secondly, it was commented on more than once that whatever article this woman writes could have an impact on the public's opinion of the paramedic program (and firefighting in general), but not once do we hear what she actually ends up writing about for her article.