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      http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/news/l...80d6f29f30ab2f

      A SEMAPHORE Park family is living in fear after being attacked in their front yard by a group of thugs they say are part of the so-called Gang of 22.

      Shawn Anderson, 43, partner Denise Smith, 42, and their daughter, Kiara, 17, now want to move out of their home over concerns the gang may return.

      The attack happened after the family confronted three teenagers graffitiing the nearby Bartley Tce bridge about 7.30pm on Tuesday.

      They say the teens told them they knew where the family lived and within five minutes a group of about eight people – comprising teenagers and two adults – arrived at their home, armed with weapons.

      Mr Anderson said he was hit with a 1.5m-long piece of timber, leaving him with a fractured arm and a *^@&!serious head injury that required 13 stitches.

      When a woman with a knife slashed him, his left ear was sliced and left dangling.

      “They jumped the fence and they came into the yard and the old guy had a stick and he hit at me so I put my arm up and I broke my arm,” he said.

      “The girl jumped the fence with a knife and as I saw her doing that I turned and he’s just gone bang, straight on my head and at the same time as he hit me, she’s come over and just sliced my ear with a knife.
      “I felt my ear just dangling.”

      Mr Anderson said he did not want to fight back because one of the attackers was a woman and others were children.

      He said he and other neighbours believed the teens involved were part of Gang of 22 – a group of teens who have been wreaking havoc across Adelaide suburbs.

      “There was a 14-year-old kid saying ‘Go on, go on, hit me – see what happens when you hit me’,” he said.

      Ms Smith said she was dragged over the top of their front fence and repeatedly kicked while Kiara was also assaulted.

      “I’m scared, I just want to get out of here,” Ms Smith said.

      Kiara said a teenage girl assaulted her during the altercation.

      “She tried to gouge my eyes so then I started fighting with her and she tried to fish hook me so then I tried to bite her fingers,” she said.

      Mr Anderson said he yelled at the teenagers to stop daubing graffiti on the bridge because it was the community-minded thing to do.

      He said police were called but did not take the incident seriously.

      “I want to get out of here now. I’m scared for my family now,” he said.

      A police spokesman confirmed officers responded to a “disturbance” at a Semaphore Park property on Tuesday evening and were investigating.

      Got all the hallmarks of an Abo gang. Family getting involved in crime with kids, cops doing nothing about it!

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      And gang of 22 are indeed Boongs!Look at the today tonight article on them!
      https://m.facebook.com/story.php?sto...184007539&_rdr

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      http://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/rea...536bc172756a75


      IT’S heartbreaking to watch.

      A traumatised toddler cries and wails, clinging to his mother.

      “Th-th-the, the bad people, the house,” he chokes. “My car. Th-they took, m-my car.”

      The heartbreaking scene followed a robbery in the north-eastern Queensland city of Townsville, where incidents like this are all too common.

      The boy’s mother, who told news.com.au she did not want to be identified, chose to share the video of her son after the family’s home in the suburb of Rasmussen had been broken into and their car — along with a number of important documents — was stolen.

      It was seeing a picture sent to his father that showed the boy’s car seat lying on the roadside after apparently being thrown from the car, that set him off.

      “I want to reach out to those bastard criminals (and show them) the effect of what they have done to us,” the boy’s mother said. “I’m hoping they can see this and still have even a little conscience.”

      The damaged vehicle was recovered and documents found dumped in the bin of a nearby property, but the thieves haven’t been caught.
      Townsville is a youth crime and vehicle theft hotspot, and it’s getting worse.

      Most of the crime is opportunistic and offenders are largely between the ages of 12 and 25. Drugs, alcohol and domestic violence are significant contributing factors as are mental health issues.

      As of yesterday, the number of break-ins had increased in the city by 33 per cent year on year, and car thefts were up 17 per cent for the same period.

      In the past five days alone a woman was hit in the face with a glass cup and two cars were rammed in a road rage incident involving a stolen car, a group of kids allegedly smashed their way into a bike store causing thousands of dollars in damage, and a trio of teenagers were charged after days of alleged stolen-car joy riding.

      The city’s crime epidemic has left its residents afraid and fearing for their safety. As one resident put it, the toddler’s tears show “how we all feel”.

      Rasmussen resident Linda says she’s had her unit broken into twice, one car stolen, and claims earlier this month the back window of her station wagon was smashed in with a two-by-four.

      Has boong hallmarks allover!

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      http://www.ntnews.com.au/lifestyle/m...e50971e27693b4

      A GROUP of youths (black cunts)smashed up more than 50 brand new cars at Peter Kittle’s car dealership in Alice Springs.

      The NT News understands children as young as eight were involved in the vandalism but so far only a single 14-year-old boy had been charged by police.
      It is also understood the youths attempted to throw pavers through both car windows.

      The incident was captured on CCTV and police want anyone with information to come forward.

      Detective Acting Superintendent Peter Dash said a number of young offenders damaged the cars at 3.30am.
      “Damage to the vehicles included smashed windscreens and windows, and panel damage,” he said.
      If you look at the original you can see the Abos throwing stuff and bouncing on the car bonnets.Any normal parent would supervise the kids.As for boongs, they are too busy drinking or gambling and the do gooders won't allow the cops to do a whole lot to this protected species!

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      http://www.ntnews.com.au/news/northe...9aae7f6e0558c8

      A POLICE officer has been stabbed in the stomach while attempting to arrest a man who threw a rock at a police car in Maningrida.

      Two officers were taking a prisoner to the police Airwing plane at Maningrida Airport when a 19-year-old relative threw the rock.

      Commander Matt Hollamby said the officer was stabbed when they tried to arrest the man at 2.35pm.

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      http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/news/l...09d58b30e18e0a


      HARDENED teenage criminals are assaulting youth detention centre guards to fast-track their “rite of passage” to adult prison, leading to calls for radical measures to halt the alarming spiral of crime and violence.

      Staff at Cavan Youth Training Centre say they also face the risk of suspension or losing their jobs as a result of false allegations, and feel powerless to speak plainly to the troubled inmates.

      Guards have been subjected to a series of assaults by teenagers hellbent on reaching adult prison before they turn 18. Experts have told The Advertiser that confronting and intensive programs such as Operation Flinders — in which recidivist teenagers head bush to learn a life outside crime — must be expanded to slow the revolving door of incarceration.

      Despite their youth, Mr Kitchin said most detainees had been forced to lie, steal and use violence to survive in a world of generational dysfunction that would be incomprehensible to most people.

      “They are very aware of what happens to staff subject to investigation, and it can be very easy for a kid to try and set you up and make it look like you’ve done something wrong.”

      The spate of assaults and blatant defiance of authorities had forced staff to take extreme security measures, including the use of handcuffs when moving detainees between units or to education classes, and protective shields that would avoid injuries to youths or guards.

      Aboriginal boys raised with no positive male role models and who had often suffered physical and sexual abuse and neglect, form more than half of youths in custody in SA.

      While overall youth incarceration rates have fallen in the past five years, the number of Aboriginal children continued to grow.

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      http://www.ntnews.com.au/news/northe...e63fd1e0106679



      MORE children are being locked in the Don Dale Detention Centre’s high security unit now than at any time in the past year. The Department of Territory Families has revealed there were 13 male detainees held in the notorious unit as of last week.

      That number represented almost half of the male detainees held at the centre, with 10 in medium security and six in the low security section.

      Another five female detainees were being held at Don Dale, however the department did not give a breakdown of which sections they were being held in.

      Territory Families provided the numbers to Sky News after the Royal Commission into Child Protection and Detention was told the HSU was now “full”.

      Speaking at a NAIDOC Week rally in Darwin last Friday, Darwin barrister John Lawrence said it was a “f***ing outrage” that children were still being held in the HSU, which used to be the maximum security unit at the old Berrimah adult prison.

      “This is a place where we used to keep our worst serial killers and paedophiles and we’re using it to hold kids,” he said.


      When Sky News toured Don Dale last August in the wake of the Four Corners report into youth detention, just two children were being kept in the HSU.

      Corrections sources said staff had been making a conscious effort to avoid putting children in the unit under former Superintendent Victor Williams.

      Royal Commissioners Margaret White and Mick Gooda raised concerns about the unit with Mr Williams during a visit to Don Dale last December.

      But Mr Williams was sacked and staff were ordered to adhere strictly to classification guidelines following the escape of detainees Josiah Binsaris and Trey Mawson in April.


      Well, put bigger penalties on the coon parents
      That can't control the kids!

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      http://www.ntnews.com.au/lifestyle/n...e5e37442218206

      THE public has given a resounding tick of approval to the idea of a youth curfew in the Territory.

      More than 90 per cent of people who participated in an NT News poll believed there should be a curfew introduced to stop trouble on NT streets.

      The call for a curfew came from CLP opposition leader Gary Higgins after 50 vehicles were vandalised at an Alice Springs car dealer last week.



      He claimed the Labor Government had been “too slow to respond to soaring crime” earlier this year.

      As of Monday afternoon, more than 1000 people had voted in the poll on the NT News’s website, with just eight per cent believing a curfew should not be imposed.

      People also took to social media to voice their opinions, from offering ideas to laughing off the suggestion.

      Tracey Albano said something had to be done to stop rising youth crime.

      “Maybe a night patrol service like the old booze patrol that picks them up and takes them home. And if they’re picked up x amount of times, family services and even Centrelink are notified (if parents are on benefits) the accountability needs to start,” she said.

      “The police shouldn’t be doing it as part of their job, they have enough to do. Or assign one police person/liaison to a patrol service that enforces the curfew.”

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      http://www.ntnews.com.au/news/northe...c25772e0577cb1

      Mr Higgins said a curfew would be a useful tool in the fight against youth crime in the Territory.

      He said the NT’s crime rate is higher than acceptable, and the NT Government needs to do more to protect the community.

      He is disappointed the Gunner Government isn’t willing to consider the curfew proposal, which he said had seen success in other states and territories.

      But Chief Minister Michael Gunner insists curfews don’t work.

      “A curfew will be a false solution,” he said. “There is no evidence to show that a curfew would work.

      “Police have to be able to do their job in a full 24-hour cycle. There are times youth are probably going to be doing the wrong thing at noon, and that’s as bad as it is at midnight.”

      Mr Gunner said although he was unwilling to consider a curfew, something does need to be done to tackle youth crime rates across the Territory.

      “We are concerned about youth crime, we’ve seen the stats that show it is growing, and unfortunately (offenders are) getting younger — we have to have an intervention, we have to break the cycle,” he said.

      “One of my concerns about a curfew is that school hours are as important as after hours — (and) a curfew would stop things like a midnight basketball program ... (or) your kids might get in trouble for going to the late session at the movies.

      “Say you pick 10pm as the magic number, that doesn’t mean that kids on the streets at 9.30pm are actually doing the right thing either.”

      When the curfew was rolled out in Perth, youngsters attending a late-night movie session in the entertainment precinct had to be picked up by an adult from inside the theatre — they could not even wait on the street outside for their parents.
      The NT cops all quit. They can't do a whole lot because the Abos always get away with stuff. If you locked the kid up and the parent too,the UN would come and say that Abos are too over represented in Gaol.

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      http://www.ntnews.com.au/news/opinio...e0d8076cf47c5c

      A FEW weeks ago, the Territory Opposition made a simple suggestion, which was that the Labor Government consider legislation that would provide police with the ability to enforce curfews during times and in locations where youth crime reaches crisis point.

      The Chief Minister flatly refused to do so, despite the fact more than 90 per cent of Territorians who responded to an NT News poll on curfews agreed it should be “on the table” as a tool for cutting youth crime.

      My call for a curfew followed the release of shocking vision of a large group of children as young as eight years old vandalising more than 50 cars at Peter Kittle’s dealership in Alice Springs.

      The incident occurred at 3.30 on a Wednesday morning, in the heart of Alice Springs CBD, just metres from Anzac Hill. It was astonishing to me – and many others who saw this vision – that a group of eight to 10 children would be allowed to roam the streets unsupervised at 3.30am, much less be allowed to spend up to half an hour destroying vehicles that support the jobs and livelihoods of so many.

      Of course, this is not an isolated incident, particularly in Alice Springs.

      As anyone who lives in Alice Springs or visits there regularly (as I do) knows, crime is such a problem that residents are afraid to leave their homes after dark.

      They fear they or their children will be attacked or their lives will be put in danger due to rock-throwing youths or some other violent act.

      The crime statistics in the Territory since the Labor Government came to power are truly appalling, and the problems are not limited to Alice Springs.

      Over the past year, commercial break-ins in Darwin are up 74.1 per cent and house break-ins have increased 53.3 per cent.

      Palmerston has seen a 64.7 per cent jump in house break-ins and a 35 per cent surge in alcohol-related assault.

      Katherine is in crisis, with an 81 per cent spike in house break-ins and a 56 per cent rise in sexual assaults.

      Tennant Creek has recorded a 425 per cent increase in sexual assaults in the past year.

      When I talk to Territorians, the number one concern on people’s minds is the impact crime is having on their families, businesses and quality of life.

      The Labor Government spends a great deal of time reassuring Territorians with words to the effect that “every Territorian has the right to live in safe and vibrant communities and to ensure their homes and business are secure”, but we have seen very little real, concrete action to prevent crime or hold criminals to account.

      The Labor Government told us that electronic monitoring for youth placed on Police bail would help reduce crime, but despite passing legislation on urgency in March, to my knowledge not a single youth offender has been fitted with a bracelet under the new legislation.

      Similarly, they have spent millions on Youth Outreach Officers, yet they haven’t figured out their role and can’t even properly screen them – as one was caught driving under the influence of ice, while on a 12-month suspended sentence for a previous offence.

      Since last year, Deputy Opposition Leader Lia Finocchiaro and I have repeatedly called on the Labor Government to implement constructive solutions to the crime crisis we are experiencing.

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