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Youth workers on the streets from 8pm to 3am

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PHOTO: Chris Forbes, co-ordinator of Tangentyere Men's Four Corners Group, talks to the media about their work with the Women's Family Safety Group engaging young people at risk at night in Alice Springs.

Crime statistics horrendous, says Lambley

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The town needs a circuit breaker to stop this crime wave, an emergency youth curfew or the police tactical response unit coming, writes  ROBYN LAMBLEY, Independent Member for Araluen.

Government to spend $67m on youth database

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The NT Government is spending nearly $67m on a "Client Management System Alignment program ... providing a 360 degree view of a child". That is $33,333 per child, using number of children, 2007, whose families received family support casework services in 2026-17. Meanwhile social media posts reflect public frustration. Report by ERWIN CHLANDA.

Problem kids: The whole town must help

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"You can’t stop kids from violent neglected backgrounds with rules, threats of dire consequence or incarceration, an outcome for them that is probably much better than being at home," says Steve Brown (pictured). Report by ERWIN CHLANDA.

 

UPDATE May 26, 5.40pm: Steve Brown will be calling a public meeting. See readers' comment box.

Transport Hall of Fame important for town: Gunner

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Police will be providing protection from criminals and departmental officials assistance with "compliance and governance," says Chief Minister.

 

Council not keen on offer of help to fight crime

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The elite of traditional owners in Alice Springs got the cold shoulder from the town council last night as social initiatives of newly elected members were watered down or delayed in a marathon sitting. ERWIN CHLANDA reports. PHOTO: Senior Arrernte man Phil Alice got little thanks for his offer to fight the juvenile crime explosion shoulder to shoulder with local government.

Crime, vandalism huge worry for business

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Chamber of Commerce survey amplifies distrust in law and order responses. Break-ins and thefts discourage investment. ERWIN CHLANDA reports. PHOTO: A pointed example of vandalism, as reported by the ABC.

Crime stats up in Alice, through the roof in Tennant

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Crime in several categories are up substantially and the recent summer months were worse than a year before, writes Robyn Lambley, Member for Araluen (pictured).

 

Government still mainly in the 'gunna' phase

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Michael Gunner talks in Alice Springs: Seven months into his government, no shortage of enthusiasm but work on problem solutions still have a long way to go. ERWIN CHLANDA reprots.

 

Crime wave laws – no hurry?

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No Parliamentary debate now till next month, writes Lia Finocchiaro, Deputy Opposition Leader (pictured).

 

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