List of offenders awarded compensation F-J

If you‘re a victim of an offender named in a notice of payment into the Victims’ Claims Trust Account, you may be entitled to make a claim against the money awarded to the offender.

Notice of end of process for making and determining victims’ claims

Notice of payment into Victims’ Claims Trust Account

This is the current list of offenders that have been awarded compensation - surnames F-J:

Darron John Fisher

A compensation payment has been made to Darron John Fisher in respect of a specified claim under the Prisoners’ and Victims’ Claims Act 2005 (the Act).

The Act requires that after the Secretary of Justice makes certain deductions from the compensation payment, the surplus remaining goes into the Victims’ Claims Trust Account to enable victims of Darron John Fisher to make claims against it.

Any money left after any victims’ claims have been paid will be paid to Darron John Fisher.

On 15 June 2021, $1,000.00 was paid into the Victims’ Claims Trust Account on behalf of Darron John Fisher.

The money paid into the Victims’ Claims Trust Account is held in trust for Darron John Fisher until it has been paid out in accordance with subpart 2 of Part 2 of the Act.

Any person who has been a victim of Darron John Fisher, in respect of an offence for which Darron John Fisher was convicted in a Court of New Zealand, is entitled to make a claim against the money held in the Trust Account on behalf of Darron John Fisher.

Claims by victims are not limited to the amount available in the Trust Account.

Claim forms, and information on how to make a claim, may be found on the Tribunal’s website (www.justice.govt.nz/tribunals/victims-and-justice/special-claims) or obtained from:

The Secretary
Victims’ Special Claims Tribunal
DX SX 11159
WELLINGTON

Ph: 04 462 6660
Fax: 04 462 6686
Email: PVC@justice.govt.nz

All claims must be filed on or before Thursday 30 December 2021.

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John Gillies

A compensation payment has been made to John Gillies in respect of a specified claim under the Prisoners’ and Victims’ Claims Act 2005 (the Act).

The Act requires that after the Secretary of Justice makes certain deductions from the compensation payment, the surplus remaining goes into the Victims’ Claims Trust Account to enable victims of John Gillies to make claims against it.

Any money left after any victims’ claims have been paid will be paid to John Gillies.

On 17 February 2021, $13,248.00 was paid into the Victims’ Claims Trust Account on behalf of John Gillies.

The money paid into the Victims’ Claims Trust Account is held in trust for John Gillies until it has been paid out in accordance with subpart 2 of Part 2 of the Act.

Any person who has been a victim of John Gillies, in respect of an offence for which John Gillies was convicted in a Court of New Zealand, is entitled to make a claim against the money held in the Trust Account on behalf of John Gillies.

Claims by victims are not limited to the amount available in the Trust Account.

Claim forms, and information on how to make a claim, may be found on the Tribunal’s website (www.justice.govt.nz/tribunals/victims-and-justice/special-claims) or obtained from:

The Secretary
Victims’ Special Claims Tribunal
DX SX 11159
WELLINGTON

Ph: 04 462 6660
Fax: 04 462 6686
Email: PVC@justice.govt.nz

All claims must be filed on or before Wednesday 8 September 2021.

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Jason George Gregory

TAKE NOTICE THAT:

Jason George Gregory has received compensation to which the Prisoners’ and Victims’ Claims Act 2005 (PVCA) applies.

Pursuant to Part 2 of the PVCA, compensation awarded to an offender is paid to the Secretary for Justice and, after certain deductions, is put into the Victims’ Claims Trust Account to be held in trust for the offender to enable victims of the offender to make claims against it.

On 9 November 2020, $3,574.28 was paid into the Victims’ Claims Trust Account on behalf of Jason George Gregory.

This money must be held in the Trust Account until paid out in accordance with the PVCA. Any money left after any victims’ claims have been paid will be paid to Jason George Gregory.

ANY PERSON who has been a victim of Jason George Gregory, in respect of an offence for which Jason George Gregory was convicted in a Court of New Zealand, is entitled to make a claim against the money held in the Trust Account on behalf of Jason George Gregory.

Claims by victims are not limited to the amount available in the Trust Account.

CLAIM FORMS, and information on how to make a claim, may be obtained from:

The Secretary
Victims’ Special Claims Tribunal
DX SX 11159
WELLINGTON 6011
Ph: 04 462 6660
Fax: 04 462 6686

ALL CLAIMS must be filed on or before Monday 31 May 2021.

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Samuel Hanna

 TAKE NOTICE that, pursuant to part 2 of the Prisoners’ and Victims’ Claims Act 2005, compensation awarded to Samuel Hanna is required to be paid to the Secretary for Justice, and the surplus after deductions is to be held in Trust on behalf of Samuel Hanna.

AND THAT on 24 September 2020, $6,102.00 was paid into the Victims’ Claims Trust Account on behalf of Samuel Hanna.  This money must be held in the Trust Account to enable any victims of Samuel Hanna to make claims against it.

ANY PERSON that has been a victim of Samuel Hanna, in respect of an offence for which Samuel Hanna was convicted in a Court of New Zealand, is entitled to make a claim against the money held in the Trust Account on behalf of Samuel Hanna. Claims by victims are not limited to the amount available in the Trust Account.

CLAIM FORMS, and information on how to make a claim, may be obtained from:

The Secretary
Victims’ Special Claims Tribunal
DX SX 11159
WELLINGTON
Ph: 04 462 6660
Fax: 04 462 6686

ALL CLAIMS must be filed on or before Monday 5 April 2021.

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David Ian Hemana

TAKE NOTICE THAT:

David Ian Hemana has received compensation to which the Prisoners’ and Victims’ Claims Act 2005 (PVCA) applies.

Pursuant to Part 2 of the PVCA, compensation awarded to an offender is paid to the Secretary for Justice and, after certain deductions, is put into the Victims’ Claims Trust Account to be held in trust for the offender to enable victims of the offender to make claims against it.

On 27 November 2020, $17,664.00 was paid into the Victims’ Claims Trust Account on behalf of David Ian Hemana.

This money must be held in the Trust Account until paid out in accordance with the PVCA. Any money left after any victims’ claims have been paid will be paid to David Ian Hemana.

ANY PERSON who has been a victim of David Ian Hemana, in respect of an offence for which David Ian Hemana was convicted in a Court of New Zealand, is entitled to make a claim against the money held in the Trust Account on behalf of David Ian Hemana.

Claims by victims are not limited to the amount available in the Trust Account.

CLAIM FORMS, and information on how to make a claim, may be obtained from:

The Secretary
Victims’ Special Claims Tribunal
DX SX 11159
WELLINGTON 6011
Ph: 04 462 6660
Fax: 04 462 6686

ALL CLAIMS must be filed on or before Monday 7 June 2021.

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Rodney Alfred Heta

A compensation payment has been made to Rodney Alfred Heta in respect of a specified claim under the Prisoners’ and Victims’ Claims Act 2005 (the Act).

The Act requires that after the Secretary of Justice makes certain deductions from the compensation payment, the surplus remaining goes into the Victims’ Claims Trust Account to enable victims of Rodney Alfred Heta to make claims against it.

Any money left after any victims’ claims have been paid will be paid to Rodney Alfred Heta.

On 25 March 2021, $8,832.00 was paid into the Victims’ Claims Trust Account on behalf of Rodney Alfred Heta.

The money paid into the Victims’ Claims Trust Account is held in trust for Rodney Alfred Heta until it has been paid out in accordance with subpart 2 of Part 2 of the Act.

Any person who has been a victim of Rodney Alfred Heta, in respect of an offence for which Rodney Alfred Heta was convicted in a Court of New Zealand, is entitled to make a claim against the money held in the Trust Account on behalf of Rodney Alfred Heta.

Claims by victims are not limited to the amount available in the Trust Account.

Claim forms, and information on how to make a claim, may be found on the Tribunal’s website (www.justice.govt.nz/tribunals/victims-and-justice/special-claims) or obtained from:
The Secretary
Victims’ Special Claims Tribunal
DX SX 11159
WELLINGTON

Ph: 04 462 6660
Fax: 04 462 6686
Email: PVC@justice.govt.nz

All claims must be filed on or before 19 October 2021.

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Ian Douglas Johnson

A compensation payment has been made to Ian Douglas Johnson in respect of a specified claim under the Prisoners’ and Victims’ Claims Act 2005 (the Act).

The Act requires that after the Secretary of Justice makes certain deductions from the compensation payment, the surplus remaining goes into the Victims’ Claims Trust Account to enable victims of Ian Douglas Johnson to make claims against it.

Any money left after any victims’ claims have been paid will be paid to Ian Douglas Johnson.

On 16 June 2021, $32,034.00 was paid into the Victims’ Claims Trust Account on behalf of Ian Douglas Johnson.

The money paid into the Victims’ Claims Trust Account is held in trust for Ian Douglas Johnson until it has been paid out in accordance with subpart 2 of Part 2 of the Act.

Any person who has been a victim of Ian Douglas Johnson, in respect of an offence for which Ian Douglas Johnson was convicted in a Court of New Zealand, is entitled to make a claim against the money held in the Trust Account on behalf of Ian Douglas Johnson.

Claims by victims are not limited to the amount available in the Trust Account.

Claim forms, and information on how to make a claim, may be found on the Tribunal’s website (www.justice.govt.nz/tribunals/victims-and-justice/special-claims) or obtained from:

The Secretary
Victims’ Special Claims Tribunal
DX SX 11159
WELLINGTON

Ph: 04 462 6660
Fax: 04 462 6686
Email: PVC@justice.govt.nz

All claims must be filed on or before 30 December 2021.

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