Actually none of those offences are particularly serious in the overall scheme of things.
Police opposed bail. It's not their fault.
It's also not the Bail Justice's fault, they are simply working within the confines of a broken system where capacity is at breaking point.
Look. If the community has come to a view that we want all potentially violent offenders remanded in all circumstances then that's fine (and a legitimate view to hold). However if we as a community come to that decision, then we literally need to build 4-5 more prisons.
Well good, "build them" you say? Ok fine. However either your taxes will go up quite a bit to pay for it, or the government will have to borrow significantly to fund it. Either of which the public/opposition/media will complain about incessantly.
And there's also the matter of where to put these four prisons. Do you want one in your suburb? Yeah, didn't think so.
This is why the system is broken and will likely remain broken.