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      http://www.ntnews.com.au/lifestyle/d...5b1d87872f97ca

      DAY patrols targeting itinerants causing a nuisance in the Darwin CBD will soon be back on our city streets for at least five years.

      The NT News can reveal the patrols will be part of a comprehensive suite of measures Chief Minister Michael Gunner plans to introduce to reduce anti-social behaviour and get itinerants off the street and into Darwin support services.

      He confirmed he would make an announcement next week detailing his full plans which were the result of weeks of discussions with key stakeholders. Key measures in the Chief Minister’s plan are:

      THE reintroduction of a much-needed Day Patrol service to complement the existing federally funded night patrol run by Larrakia Nation.

      A FIVE -YEAR $1.5 million funding agreement for the existing Return to Country program to continue to be delivered by Larrakia Nation.

      Mr Gunner said he had listened and taken decisive action by bringing back a Day Patrol. “The $1.5 million will give certainty for the Return to Country program as well,” the Chief Minister said. “I know many Territorians are frustrated with anti-social itinerant behaviour, which has been a longstanding issue over many years.

      “It’s one of the biggest issues affecting local business.

      “The government will partner with Darwin City Council to deliver a day patrol service.

      “It will go to tender and be a five-year contract so they also have long-term certainty.”

      Mr Gunner said a returning day patrol would provide transport services and link people to homelessness and health services, such as the provision of meals and hygiene services, a pathway to rehabilitation and short term accommodation. “Addressing anti-social behaviour is one of the reasons we brought back the Banned Drinker Register which blocks the sale of alcohol to problem drinkers,” he said.


      “A five-year funding agreement of $300,000 per year for Larrakia Nation Aboriginal Corporation (LNAC) will provide certainly and allow them to continue to operate the Territory Connect (Return to Country) program.”

      The NT News floated the idea of funding for day patrols last week when a shopkeeper was accused of hosing an itinerant sitting on the footpath near the business he works for.

      Lord Mayor Kon Vatskalis said Darwin council rangers should have the power to move problem itinerants along.

      Mr Vatskalis met with the Chief Minister to discuss reinstating CBD patrols.

      Mr Vatskalis said itinerants around the city were an issue that council should have more power to do something about.

      “Currently we don’t have the power to move people on and that’s something I want,” Mr Vatskalis said.

      Mr Vatskalis met with the Chief Minister to discuss reinstating CBD patrols.

      Mr Vatskalis said itinerants around the city were an issue that council should have more power to do something about.

      “Currently we don’t have the power to move people on and that’s something I want,” Mr Vatskalis said.


      No matter where these Coons are they cost the tax payer big money and make trouble! About time they got these"dog catchers" for Abos though.

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      http://www.ntnews.com.au/news/northe...bc18e60d79f9a4

      POLICE are unsure what sparked an alleged violent outburst involving spears and machetes by a 29-year-old Groote Eylandt man.

      The man, who late Sunday was still on the run from police, is alleged to have thrown a spear at a female Remote Jobs and Community Program worker before carrying on his rampage at another location and fleeing into the bush. The female was not injured.

      The man has been on the run since Friday. Police have been working with the man’s family but will intensify search efforts as early as today if he fails to hand himself in.

      A police spokesman said the man was not known to police, had no known priors and was not the subject of monitoring.

      “The man has turned up to the Remote Jobs and Community Program office with a spear,” the spokesman said. “He smashed a car window and then headed inside where he threw a fire extinguisher before throwing the spear at a female worker which luckily missed her.

      “He then left the building and armed himself with two machetes, going to the construction site of the new cultural centre where he smashed a car window.

      “Workers on the construction site heard the noise and went to investigate. They confronted him but he was well-armed with the two machetes so they backed off.”

      No workers were injured in the second incident.

      The NT News understands the Probuild workers have since been removed from Groote Eylandt by the company, however, it is unclear if this is linked to the incident.


      “Police are working closely with the family in order to locate the man,” the spokesman said.

      “He fled into the bush after the second incident and that was on Friday.

      “We are hoping he hands himself in but we will have to intensify search resources if he doesn’t. We are unsure what has sparked this. He wasn’t known to police. There were no alerts regarding him and it appears he has no priors.”

      In June, a man who killed another in a spear fight between rival clans on Groote was sentenced to eight years and eight months in prison.

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      DAY patrols will be back on the beat in Darwin under a new plan by the Labor Government to address anti-social *boongs*behaviour in the city.

      Chief Minister Michael Gunner today announced a raft of measures, including shifting the sobering up shelter from Coconut Grove to Berrimah and handing more cash to Larrakia Nation to run its Return to Country program, which he said would complement the reintroduction of the Banned Drinker Register.

      “I know many Territorians are frustrated with anti-social itinerant behaviour, which has been a longstanding issue over many years. It’s one of the biggest issues affecting local business,” he said.

      “I share people’s frustration and today we are announcing our plans. I have listened and taken decisive action.”

      A tender to run the day patrol will go out to tender in the next few weeks.


      The new sobering up shelter will run seven days a week.

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      http://www.ntnews.com.au/lifestyle/d...3cd58a2b7f4451

      SMITH St hostel Malabar Lodge *Coon pig sty/dump with walls*continues to drain police resources with officers called to the address 500 times in the past 12 months.

      The calls peaked in the middle of the wet season with 75 calls made to police in January – more than two a day.

      The latest statistics between August 2016 and this year come after the NT News revealed the long-term anti-social behaviour problem Smith St residents were facing.

      Up to May, police received 700 phone calls relating to Malabar Lodge in the previous two years.

      The property, owned by George Calvi, has attracted the attention of police and government departments due to its previously dilapidated state and the behaviour of some of its tenants.

      Prior to its renovations Malabar Lodge had stained ceilings, which reeked of cigarette smoke, along the second floor’s corridor with external windows boarded up and secured with pool fencing.

      The NT News understands tenants pay up to $200 a week to rent one of the hostel’s 20 rooms. A long-time owner of a property adjacent to Malabar Lodge said the behaviour around the hotel made it difficult to keep rental tenants in neighbouring buildings.

      “This property continues to be the usual hub of trouble and disruption that it has been for many years now, (but) in some aspects (it has grown) to a higher degree,” the owner said.

      Metropolitan Social Order Engagement Unit Senior Sergeant Crispin Gargan said Smith St, along with other known anti-social behaviour locations, was on their radar.

      “Northern Territory Police and in particular, the Metropolitan Social Order Engagement Unit, continue efforts to tackle homelessness, and reduce anti-social behaviour and crime across the CBD and northern suburbs through responding not only to incidents as they occur, but also targeted actions,” he said.

      “These include regular proactive patrols, close liaison with the Assertive Outreach Team and the rangers of the City of Darwin Council, along with joint operations with Transit Security and Public Housing, Licensing and a host of other government and non-government agencies.”

      He said police gathered intelligence, engaged with the community and conducted regular patrols.

      Mr Calvi declined to comment when contacted on Thursday.

      Just why the hell has nobody made a reality show of Abo dwellings yet?Even Better,we round all up along with Gypsies from Europe and dump them all in Antarctica and make a TV show of what happens next! Make an international competition of this to find who is the dumbest race!A"Big brother house" or in this case "Big Brudda"?
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      http://www.ntnews.com.au/news/northe...7beccc4cc168d1

      A HARDENED judge has described a drunk, stoned teenager who twice bit a taxi driver on the face as having committed an “animal act” on his victim.

      Kingsley Martin, 19, was yesterday jailed for two years and six months after he last week pleaded guilty to an aggravated assault on a cab driver at Casuarina in February, as well as related property damage charges.

      A drunk, stoned Martin set on the driver after a dispute over a pre-paid fare, leaving his victim permanently scarred.

      Supreme Court Justice Peter Barr last week said of the attack: “Why on earth did he bite him and then bite him a second time?”

      He yesterday reiterated his shock at Martin’s attack.

      “The assault was ... one of the more disgusting acts I’ve encountered in the last seven years (as a judge),” he said.

      “The victim still bears the scars ... of the animal act you committed on him.”

      The court heard Martin twice bit his victim on the left cheek, with each bite lasting two or three seconds, leaving deep teeth marks.

      In a victim impact statement, part of which was read in court, the driver said he “doesn’t have the words to explain” how painful the attack was.

      Justice Barr said the attack was made worse because it was on a “vulnerable victim, a taxi driver acting in the course of his employment at night time”.

      Martin’s guilty plea came in the face of DNA evidence, eyewitness identification and *^@&!security camera footage linking him the attack.

      His offending made headlines when it emerged a bystander, who had left a fancy dress party, was dressed as 1990s sitcom character Steve Urkel. Martin also pleaded guilty to property damage charges, in which he ripped out the taxi’s on-board security camera and smashed another cab’s windscreen when its driver stopped to help.

      He also pleaded guilty to a separate property damage charge in which he used a baseball bat to smash the windows of a bobcat at Dripstone Middle School in December last year. Justice Barr declined to order Martin pay off the construction company’s $4000 bill for the smashed bobcat windows, which he said may simply give the company “false hope” of getting their money back.

      The court has previously heard Martin had not had a job since dropping out of school in year 11, from which point his life revolved largely around drinking and smoking cannabis.

      Martin will be released from jail in May next year on a partially suspended sentence after 14 months served.


      Who else ,other than an Abo or nigger would dress like this and go around doing such insane crimes?

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      http://www.ntnews.com.au/business/po...0965081f1bb57b

      http://www.ntnews.com.au/business/po...0965081f1bb57b

      NT POLICE have executed search warrants on Territory companies accused of rorting millions from an Aboriginal employment scheme.

      Police would not reveal what businesses have been searched or how many.

      “Police are investigating the Indigenous Employment Provisional Sum after receiving a referral from (the Department of Infrastructure),” a spokeswoman said.

      “Search warrants have been executed on Northern Territory businesses as part of this investigation.”


      It remains unknown how widespread the alleged fraud was, but government sources have indicated concern over the number of potential companies and amount of money involved.

      It remains unknown how widespread the alleged fraud was, but government sources have indicated concern over the number of potential companies and amount of money involved.

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      http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/nat...c6f6d6e6faaeba

      THE national $5.4 billion Remote Housing Strategy, meant to improve the indigenous housing crisis, has received a bleak review assessment, which says outcomes have been affected by “poor governance and constantly changing policy settings”.

      A study into the scheme, led by the former head of Northern Territory Health Robert Griew, reveals the housing program has not fostered indigenous homeownership or business growth.

      A News Corp report says the study predicted the 10-year scheme, that began under Labor in 2008, would succeed in delivering about 4000 new homes and 7500 refurbished homes by the time it ends next year.

      But even then, the study warned the national Remote Housing Strategy would have cut overcrowding only from 52 per cent in 2008 to 37 per cent next year.

      The report said that while an original goal of the scheme was to increase indigenous home ownership, this had “not been a big success”.


      It said only 15 remote homeowners were identified in the NT, 16 in NSW and 37 in Queensland. It said short deadlines and political pressure had led to missed opportunities for Indigenous employment. In the NT, only about 100 Aboriginal people were employed for repairs, maintenance and tenancy management.

      The report said a minimum of 5500 additional new homes would be required by 2028 just to reduce overcrowding to the “acceptable level” of 25 to 30 per cent, still 10 per cent above the average elsewhere. The NT alone would account for half of those homes. The next 10-year agreement is likely to cost about $3 billion.

      Originally published as $5.4bn remote housing strategy slammed
      It said only 15 remote homeowners were identified in the NT, 16 in NSW and 37 in Queensland. It said short deadlines and political pressure had led to missed opportunities for Indigenous employment. In the NT, only about 100 Aboriginal people were employed for repairs, maintenance and tenancy management.

      The report said a minimum of 5500 additional new homes would be required by 2028 just to reduce overcrowding to the “acceptable level” of 25 to 30 per cent, still 10 per cent above the average elsewhere. The NT alone would account for half of those homes. The next 10-year agreement is likely to cost about $3 billion.

      They really don't deserve so
      Much in funding for accomodation as they destroy and neglect their homes.Why is it a joke how many own their own places? Because most are lazy and don't work to buy them, all the money in royalties and stuff gets wasted!

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      http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/news/s...ab720a8442d4f7

      THE victim of a terrifying gunpoint carjacking early Tuesday heard “two or three pops” before he was told to get on the ground and hand over his keys and wallet.

      A manhunt was on Tuesday night continuing for two men wanted over the incident.

      The victim was in his Toyota Prado at the corner of St Georges Place and Port Rd at Alberton when approached by two men in a white RAV4 about 6.50am.

      Detective Senior Sergeant Damian Minchenberg said it had been a terrifying experience for the victim.

      “He heard two or three pops which he believed to be gun shots,” he said.

      “His attention was drawn towards a white SUV driving towards him. A passenger of the SUV got out with a rifle, which had a scope attached, and demanded that the victim get on the ground and give them his wallet and his keys.”

      The man handed over his possessions and was not physically injured. His car was found dumped at Cardinal St, St Clair, soon after and police divers searched a nearby pond for the rifle and other evidence.

      The white RAV4 used in the robbery, which was reported stolen from Mile End earlier this month, was found dumped in the driveway of an apartment complex of Bond Crt, Woodville North.

      Police believe it was the same car involved in a high-speed chase on Tuesday.
      An adjustable wrench, paint brush and backpack was left in the dumped car.

      A scrunched up Bunnings Warehouse receipt — possibly for the new-looking brush — was left on the front passengers side.

      One person told The Advertiser that a stolen car had been dumped in the same driveway of units a few months ago.

      Both vehicles were being forensically examined.

      One of the offenders was described as being of Aboriginal appearance, aged about 30, with brown eyes, 178cm tall, 75kg and wearing a bandana. Anyone with information can contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 One person told The Advertiser that a stolen car had been dumped in the same driveway of units a few months ago.

      Both vehicles were being forensically examined.

      One of the offenders was described as being of Aboriginal appearance, aged about 30, with brown eyes, 178cm tall, 75kg and wearing a bandana. Anyone with information can contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000..

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      http://mobile.abc.net.au/news/2017-1...-crime/9193520

      The Northern Territory's Police Commissioner has revealed plans to send a unit of camouflaged, specialised police with military-grade assault weapons to patrol Darwin and Alice Springs at night.

      Key points:
      Police say deploying TRG is necessary to allay community concerns during Christmas
      Royal commission report states police are over-arresting, over-charging children and youth
      Police say decision to deploy TRG not based "strictly on pure evidence"
      The Territory Response Group (TRG) is part of the Australian Government's national counter-terrorism taskforce.

      Commissioner Reece Kershaw said deploying the TRG was necessary to allay community concerns during the Christmas period, when crime was known to spike.

      He said youth offenders were responsible for around 50 per cent of property break-ins, and the TRG would have equipment, such as night vision goggles, to monitor people "acting suspiciously".

      "We've had information around Alice Springs of kids jumping onto roofs of hotels and stealing people's wallets and all sorts of things," Mr Kershaw said.

      "[The TRG] will be there to act as surveillance, and what we call the night-time assessment team".

      The announcement came a week to the day since a royal commission delivered its report on youth detention and child protection systems in the Northern Territory.

      The report published damning findings about police over-arresting and over-charging children and youth.

      A recommendation to raise the age of criminal responsibility from 10 to 12 years of age has so far been accepted by the NT Government "in principle".

      Legal groups have called for an immediate moratorium on child arrests, but so far the Government has not provided a timeframe on when the recommendation would come into effect.

      Decision to deploy TRG not based 'strictly on pure evidence'
      Mr Kershaw said the core responsibility of police was to uphold law and order, and the royal commission's report had not changed that.

      How did the system break so badly?

      Growing detainee numbers, failing infrastructure, poor management, poor staff recruitment, a lack of training, a lack of oversight: By 2014 youth detention in the NT was in crisis.
      He confirmed no procedural changes to police conduct had been made.

      Another of the royal commission's findings was that public perceptions of youth crime in particular were not supported by data.

      Mr Kershaw agreed his decision to deploy the TRG was not based "strictly on pure evidence".

      "It's [based] on intelligence and information that the community give us," he said.

      "For example, if someone says there's been a group of youths hanging around in an area — we may not have seen them — but we've got to validate that information.

      "We know that our activity over this period in general does go up."

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      PHOTO Reece Kershaw says his decision to deploy the TRG is based on "intelligence and information that the community give us".

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      Some kids on street because of domestic violence
      Mr Kershaw said some children and young people were out on the streets at night because they were fleeing unsafe homes.

      "We'd rather prevent crime before it occurs, and some of these kids are out on the streets because of things like domestic violence," he said.
      "We know that because of studies of repeat young offenders and some of their history.

      "We're going to be working with Territory Families and other agencies and NGOs to answer how do we provide that safe place for these kids to go to, and keep them on the right path."

      Asked whether TRG officers would be approaching children as young as 10 while camouflaged and carrying assault weapons, Mr Kershaw said it was up the response group to determine how they conducted their operation.

      "At the moment, we're bringing these children and youth before the courts, and nothing has come to me to say we're breaking the law — we're here to uphold and maintain social order," he said.

      "We give them the task, and how they deliver that is up to them.

      "They're there, making sure they identify those offenders."

      A TRG officer during an operation
      PHOTO The TRG is part of the Australian Government's national counter-terrorism taskforce.
      He confirmed no procedural changes to police conduct had been made.

      Another of the royal commission's findings was that public perceptions of youth crime in particular were not supported by data.

      Mr Kershaw agreed his decision to deploy the TRG was not based "strictly on pure evidence".

      "It's [based] on intelligence and information that the community give us," he said.

      "For example, if someone says there's been a group of youths hanging around in an area — we may not have seen them — but we've got to validate that information.

      "We know that our activity over this period in general does go up."
      "We'd rather prevent crime before it occurs, and some of these kids are out on the streets because of things like domestic violence," he said.
      "We know that because of studies of repeat young offenders and some of their history.

      "We're going to be working with Territory Families and other agencies and NGOs to answer how do we provide that safe place for these kids to go to, and keep them on the right path."

      Asked whether TRG officers would be approaching children as young as 10 while camouflaged and carrying assault weapons, Mr Kershaw said it was up the response group to determine how they conducted their operation.

      "At the moment, we're bringing these children and youth before the courts, and nothing has come to me to say we're breaking the law — we're here to uphold and maintain social order," he said.

      "We give them the task, and how they deliver that is up to them.

      "They're there, making sure they identify those offenders."

      Something tells me the Government aren't deploying these crack military teams to chase the local English kids around.

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      http://www.ntnews.com.au/news/darwin...96f5986e3b37cc

      FRUSTRATED business owners believe control of the streets has been lost and regaining it will be a massive challenge.

      Businessmen John Anictomatis and Jason Hanna both said they have had enough of the crime which has plagued them this year while Opposition Leader Gary Higgins blamed the Gunner Government for “failing to manage law and order.”

      “Territorians and businesses are sick of being the target of crime, with no end in sight,” Mr Higgins said. “It is crystal clear that this government is incapable of keeping Territorians safe.

      “This government has failed to drive down crime rates, failed to increase the amount of police officers in the Northern Territory, and failed to deliver a solution to worsening crime which directly attacks Territorians and their properties, day after day.

      “The summer crime wave, which should be resolved proactively with a whole of government and inter-agency approach has clearly stumped the government, just as it did last year.”

      Mr Anictomatis, who spends $50,000 a year on security at his $18 million Palmerston mixed development, said in 62 years in Darwin he never thought he would give up on the city.

      “We have to start holding the parents accountable,” he said. “Most of the problems in my area are children aged 12 and 13 and now they want to increase the age for crime to 14.”

      Mr Hanna, whose parents’ home was broken into last Wednesday and his own businesses have been broken into more than a dozen times this year racking up a $150,000 damages bill, said the community leaders had to stand up and take action.

      *Due to:-crooks who are:-Rotten,stinking Abos*

      “We’ve lost control and we are losing more and more of it,” he said. “We will be damned if we do try to fix it and damned if we don’t.”

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