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Canberra Times
Melbourne's African community 'hammered' by media, meeting tolddisengaged young people creating havoc and creating significant problems," he s
Canberra Times / Posted 9 days ago
disengaged young people creating havoc and creating significant problems," he said. Victoria Police deputy commissioner Andrew Crisp on Friday attempted to ease tensions and said Victoria was not facing a crime crisis. "There is not a crisis in... Read more
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The Age
Melbourne's African community 'hammered' by media, meeting tolddisengaged young people creating havoc and creating significant problems," he s
The Age / Posted 9 days ago
disengaged young people creating havoc and creating significant problems," he said. Victoria Police deputy commissioner Andrew Crisp on Friday attempted to ease tensions and said Victoria was not facing a crime crisis. "There is not a crisis in... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Melbourne's African community 'hammered' by media, meeting tolddisengaged young people creating havoc and creating significant problems," he s
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 days ago
disengaged young people creating havoc and creating significant problems," he said. Victoria Police deputy commissioner Andrew Crisp on Friday attempted to ease tensions and said Victoria was not facing a crime crisis. "There is not a crisis in... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Vic African community ‘hammered’ by mediadisengaged young people creating havoc and creating significant problems," he s
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 9 days ago
disengaged young people creating havoc and creating significant problems," he said. Victoria Police Deputy Commissioner Andrew Crisp on Friday attempted to ease tensions and said Victoria was not facing a crime crisis. "There is not a crisis in... Read more
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News.com.au
Vic African community ‘hammered’ by mediadisengaged young people creating havoc and creating significant problems," he s
News.com.au / Posted 9 days ago
disengaged young people creating havoc and creating significant problems," he said. Victoria Police Deputy Commissioner Andrew Crisp on Friday attempted to ease tensions and said Victoria was not facing a crime crisis. "There is not a crisis in... Read more
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10d
Canberra Times
'About 3000' criminals deported by federal government: Duttonin Melbourne is unknown, so it is unclear whether any could potentially be depo
Canberra Times / Posted 10 days ago
in Melbourne is unknown, so it is unclear whether any could potentially be deported. Victoria Police Deputy Commissioner Andrew Crisp said talk of a "crisis" among the state's African community was wrong. "There is not a crisis in this state in... Read more
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10d
Sydney Morning Herald
'About 3000' criminals deported by federal government: Duttonin Melbourne is unknown, so it is unclear whether any could potentially be depo
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 10 days ago
in Melbourne is unknown, so it is unclear whether any could potentially be deported. Victoria Police Deputy Commissioner Andrew Crisp said talk of a "crisis" among the state's African community was wrong. "There is not a crisis in this state in... Read more
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10d
The Age
'About 3000' criminals deported by federal government: Duttonin Melbourne is unknown, so it is unclear whether any could potentially be depo
The Age / Posted 10 days ago
in Melbourne is unknown, so it is unclear whether any could potentially be deported. Victoria Police Deputy Commissioner Andrew Crisp said talk of a "crisis" among the state's African community was wrong. "There is not a crisis in this state in... Read more
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11d
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Judges reject Dutton's 'sledging' of courts as 'gangs' debate escalatesto the African communities and particularly the Sudanese and Somali communities
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 11 days ago
to the African communities and particularly the Sudanese and Somali communities," Victoria Police Deputy Commissioner Andrew Crisp said. "This is not a crisis. There is not a crisis in this state in relation to crime. The behaviour we're... Read more
11d
Canberra Times
Andrews and Dutton trade blows over youth violence" Mr Andrews said he had termed recent criminal activity as "gang crime". How
Canberra Times / Posted 11 days ago
" Mr Andrews said he had termed recent criminal activity as "gang crime". However, he said Deputy Commissioner Andrew Crisp had expressed concern that some people might be "fuelled or pushed on" by being called a gang. "I do have some... Read more
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11d
The Border Mail
Andrews and Dutton trade blows over youth violence" Mr Andrews said he had termed recent criminal activity as "gang crime". How
The Border Mail / Posted 11 days ago
" Mr Andrews said he had termed recent criminal activity as "gang crime". However, he said Deputy Commissioner Andrew Crisp had expressed concern that some people might be "fuelled or pushed on" by being called a gang. "I do have some... Read more
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11d
The Courier
Andrews and Dutton trade blows over youth violence" Mr Andrews said he had termed recent criminal activity as "gang crime". How
The Courier / Posted 11 days ago
" Mr Andrews said he had termed recent criminal activity as "gang crime". However, he said Deputy Commissioner Andrew Crisp had expressed concern that some people might be "fuelled or pushed on" by being called a gang. "I do have some... Read more
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11d
Sydney Morning Herald
Andrews and Dutton trade blows over youth violence" Mr Andrews said he had termed recent criminal activity as "gang crime". How
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 11 days ago
" Mr Andrews said he had termed recent criminal activity as "gang crime". However, he said Deputy Commissioner Andrew Crisp had expressed concern that some people might be "fuelled or pushed on" by being called a gang. "I do have some... Read more
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11d
The Age
Andrews and Dutton trade blows over youth violence" Mr Andrews said he had termed recent criminal activity as "gang crime". How
The Age / Posted 11 days ago
" Mr Andrews said he had termed recent criminal activity as "gang crime". However, he said Deputy Commissioner Andrew Crisp had expressed concern that some people might be "fuelled or pushed on" by being called a gang. "I do have some... Read more
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12d
Canberra Times
Daniel Andrews hits back at Peter Dutton comments, then invites him to dinnerAndrews said he had referred to recent criminal activity as "gang crime". Howe
Canberra Times / Posted 12 days ago
Andrews said he had referred to recent criminal activity as "gang crime". However, he said Deputy Commissioner Andrew Crisp had expressed concern that some people might be "fuelled or pushed on" by being called a gang. "I do have some... Read more
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13d
Canberra Times
Andrews government vows to 'throw the book' at violent youthsoverall have declined but the government insists that more still needed to be d
Canberra Times / Posted 13 days ago
overall have declined but the government insists that more still needed to be done. Victoria Police Deputy Commissioner Andrew Crisp said there was a problem with some "mainly young men of African background" engaging in antisocial behaviour on... Read more
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13d
Sydney Morning Herald
Andrews government vows to 'throw the book' at violent youthsoverall have declined but the government insists that more still needed to be d
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 13 days ago
overall have declined but the government insists that more still needed to be done. Victoria Police Deputy Commissioner Andrew Crisp said there was a problem with some "mainly young men of African background" engaging in antisocial behaviour on... Read more
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13d
The Age
Andrews government vows to 'throw the book' at violent youthsoverall have declined but the government insists that more still needed to be d
The Age / Posted 13 days ago
overall have declined but the government insists that more still needed to be done. Victoria Police Deputy Commissioner Andrew Crisp said there was a problem with some "mainly young men of African background" engaging in antisocial behaviour on... Read more
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15d
The Courier Mail
Top cop Ashton returns to work after sick leavework in his absence, particularly those who worked through the busy Christmas a
The Courier Mail / Posted 15 days ago
work in his absence, particularly those who worked through the busy Christmas and New Year period. Deputy Commissioner Andrew Crisp and Shane Patton shared the top post during Mr Ashton’s absence. In June, Mr Ashton announced he will only... Read more
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15d
Geelong Advertiser
Vic’s top cop returns from fatigue leavewalk the talk, and now take the necessary time to deal with my fatigue issues."
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 15 days ago
walk the talk, and now take the necessary time to deal with my fatigue issues." During his absence, deputy commissioners Andrew Crisp and Shane Patton have managed major incidents including the Flinders Street attack and African youth crime... Read more
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Herald Sun
Top cop Ashton returns to work after sick leavework in his absence, particularly those who worked through the busy Christmas a
Herald Sun / Posted 15 days ago
work in his absence, particularly those who worked through the busy Christmas and New Year period. Deputy Commissioner Andrew Crisp and Shane Patton shared the top post during Mr Ashton’s absence. In June, Mr Ashton announced he will only... Read more
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15d
News.com.au
Vic’s top cop returns from fatigue leavewalk the talk, and now take the necessary time to deal with my fatigue issues."
News.com.au / Posted 15 days ago
walk the talk, and now take the necessary time to deal with my fatigue issues." During his absence, deputy commissioners Andrew Crisp and Shane Patton have managed major incidents including the Flinders Street attack and African youth crime... Read more
15d
News.com.au
Top cop Ashton returns to work after sick leavework in his absence, particularly those who worked through the busy Christmas a
News.com.au / Posted 15 days ago
work in his absence, particularly those who worked through the busy Christmas and New Year period. Deputy Commissioner Andrew Crisp and Shane Patton shared the top post during Mr Ashton’s absence. In June, Mr Ashton announced he will only... Read more
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15d
Geelong Advertiser
Top cop Ashton returns to work after sick leavework in his absence, particularly those who worked through the busy Christmas a
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 15 days ago
work in his absence, particularly those who worked through the busy Christmas and New Year period. Deputy Commissioner Andrew Crisp and Shane Patton shared the top post during Mr Ashton’s absence. In June, Mr Ashton announced he will only... Read more
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17d
Canberra Times
African youth crime: 'How can you respect someone who doesn't respect you?'burglaries or carjackings or you know someone who has been a victim, I can thin
Canberra Times / Posted 17 days ago
burglaries or carjackings or you know someone who has been a victim, I can think of nothing worse," Deputy Commissioner Andrew Crisp said last year. This week's series of high-profile offences came several months after police felt the worst was... Read more
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17d
The Border Mail
African youth crime: 'How can you respect someone who doesn't respect you?'burglaries or carjackings or you know someone who has been a victim, I can thin
The Border Mail / Posted 17 days ago
burglaries or carjackings or you know someone who has been a victim, I can think of nothing worse," Deputy Commissioner Andrew Crisp said last year. This week's series of high-profile offences came several months after police felt the worst was... Read more
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The Courier
African youth crime: 'How can you respect someone who doesn't respect you?'burglaries or carjackings or you know someone who has been a victim, I can thin
The Courier / Posted 17 days ago
burglaries or carjackings or you know someone who has been a victim, I can think of nothing worse," Deputy Commissioner Andrew Crisp said last year. This week's series of high-profile offences came several months after police felt the worst was... Read more
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The Age
African youth crime: 'How can you respect someone who doesn't respect you?'burglaries or carjackings or you know someone who has been a victim, I can thin
The Age / Posted 17 days ago
burglaries or carjackings or you know someone who has been a victim, I can think of nothing worse," Deputy Commissioner Andrew Crisp said last year. This week's series of high-profile offences came several months after police felt the worst was... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
African youth crime: 'How can you respect someone who doesn't respect you?'burglaries or carjackings or you know someone who has been a victim, I can thin
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 17 days ago
burglaries or carjackings or you know someone who has been a victim, I can think of nothing worse," Deputy Commissioner Andrew Crisp said last year. This week's series of high-profile offences came several months after police felt the worst was... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Police admit Melbourne has gang problem, Government defends strategydifferent side of Melbourne and St Kilda tonight. Bit crazy out there. Just da
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 21 days ago
different side of Melbourne and St Kilda tonight. Bit crazy out there. Just days after Victoria Police Deputy Commissioner Andrew Crisp said he did "not accept for a minute that we do have gangs", Acting Chief Commissioner Shane Patton said there... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Vic defends efforts to curb youth crimeharbourside home. "We will take our instructions and advice from Victoria Poli
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 21 days ago
harbourside home. "We will take our instructions and advice from Victoria Police," Mr Dalidakis said. Deputy Commissioner Andrew Crisp said he was "very confident" about how the force was tacking youth crime. He said while recent statistics... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Vic defends efforts to curb youth crimeharbourside home. "We will take our instructions and advice from Victoria Poli
The Courier Mail / Posted 21 days ago
harbourside home. "We will take our instructions and advice from Victoria Police," Mr Dalidakis said. Deputy Commissioner Andrew Crisp said he was "very confident" about how the force was tacking youth crime. He said while recent statistics... Read more
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News.com.au
Vic defends efforts to curb youth crimeharbourside home. "We will take our instructions and advice from Victoria Poli
News.com.au / Posted 21 days ago
harbourside home. "We will take our instructions and advice from Victoria Police," Mr Dalidakis said. Deputy Commissioner Andrew Crisp said he was "very confident" about how the force was tacking youth crime. He said while recent statistics... Read more
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Canberra Times
Victoria hits back at Malcolm Turnbull over youth crime commentsyouth crime. "I'm very confident where we're going and how we're tackling yout
Canberra Times / Posted 21 days ago
youth crime. "I'm very confident where we're going and how we're tackling youth crime in this state," Deputy Commissioner Andrew Crisp said. Mr Crisp said that while recent crime statistics showed police were locking up more people, they were... Read more
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21d
Canberra Times
Police seize knives as New Year's Eve arrests in Melbourne surge 25 per centarrested on New Year's Eve in 2016 - police praised Melburnians for their behav
Canberra Times / Posted 21 days ago
arrested on New Year's Eve in 2016 - police praised Melburnians for their behaviour on Sunday night. Deputy commissioner Andrew Crisp said there was "a lot of love in the air" and paid particular tribute to Melbourne's multicultural communities... Read more
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21d
Canberra Times
African youth crime fuels government spat, community fears - repeat offenders to blamefrom a smaller group of repeat offenders, as suspected by the community leaders
Canberra Times / Posted 21 days ago
from a smaller group of repeat offenders, as suspected by the community leaders. But Victoria Police Deputy Commissioner Andrew Crisp said on Monday that while the number of youth offenders in the state had fallen, those offenders were committing... Read more
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The Border Mail
African youth crime fuels government spat, community fears - repeat offenders to blamefrom a smaller group of repeat offenders, as suspected by the community leaders
The Border Mail / Posted 21 days ago
from a smaller group of repeat offenders, as suspected by the community leaders. But Victoria Police Deputy Commissioner Andrew Crisp said on Monday that while the number of youth offenders in the state had fallen, those offenders were committing... Read more
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The Courier
African youth crime fuels government spat, community fears - repeat offenders to blamefrom a smaller group of repeat offenders, as suspected by the community leaders
The Courier / Posted 21 days ago
from a smaller group of repeat offenders, as suspected by the community leaders. But Victoria Police Deputy Commissioner Andrew Crisp said on Monday that while the number of youth offenders in the state had fallen, those offenders were committing... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
African youth crime fuels government spat, community fears - repeat offenders to blamefrom a smaller group of repeat offenders, as suspected by the community leaders
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 21 days ago
from a smaller group of repeat offenders, as suspected by the community leaders. But Victoria Police Deputy Commissioner Andrew Crisp said on Monday that while the number of youth offenders in the state had fallen, those offenders were committing... Read more
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The Age
African youth crime fuels government spat, community fears - repeat offenders to blamefrom a smaller group of repeat offenders, as suspected by the community leaders
The Age / Posted 21 days ago
from a smaller group of repeat offenders, as suspected by the community leaders. But Victoria Police Deputy Commissioner Andrew Crisp said on Monday that while the number of youth offenders in the state had fallen, those offenders were committing... Read more
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The Age
There's no denying it: Melbourne does have a problem with youth violencehis government to deploying "the full force of the law" against such offenders.
The Age / Posted 21 days ago
his government to deploying "the full force of the law" against such offenders. At the same time, Deputy Commissioner Andrew Crisp revealed police were already using the dog squad and mounted branch in Tarneit and the wider western suburbs to... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Victoria hits back at Malcolm Turnbull over youth crime commentsyouth crime. "I'm very confident where we're going and how we're tackling yout
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 21 days ago
youth crime. "I'm very confident where we're going and how we're tackling youth crime in this state," Deputy Commissioner Andrew Crisp said. Mr Crisp said that while recent crime statistics showed police were locking up more people, they were... Read more
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The Age
Victoria hits back at Malcolm Turnbull over youth crime commentsyouth crime. "I'm very confident where we're going and how we're tackling yout
The Age / Posted 21 days ago
youth crime. "I'm very confident where we're going and how we're tackling youth crime in this state," Deputy Commissioner Andrew Crisp said. Mr Crisp said that while recent crime statistics showed police were locking up more people, they were... Read more
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Herald Sun
Youth crime, gang violence a ‘failure’ of Andrews: PMrefused to say whether Victoria had a problem with youth crime but said that “n
Herald Sun / Posted 21 days ago
refused to say whether Victoria had a problem with youth crime but said that “no society was perfect”. Deputy Commissioner Andrew Crisp said Victoria Police was committed to tackling youth offending but would not be engaging in the “politics”... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Police seize knives as New Year's Eve arrests in Melbourne surge 25 per centarrested on New Year's Eve in 2016 - police praised Melburnians for their behav
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 21 days ago
arrested on New Year's Eve in 2016 - police praised Melburnians for their behaviour on Sunday night. Deputy commissioner Andrew Crisp said there was "a lot of love in the air" and paid particular tribute to Melbourne's multicultural communities... Read more
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The Age
Police seize knives as New Year's Eve arrests in Melbourne surge 25 per centarrested on New Year's Eve in 2016 - police praised Melburnians for their behav
The Age / Posted 21 days ago
arrested on New Year's Eve in 2016 - police praised Melburnians for their behaviour on Sunday night. Deputy commissioner Andrew Crisp said there was "a lot of love in the air" and paid particular tribute to Melbourne's multicultural communities... Read more
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News.com.au
Youth crime, gang violence a ‘failure’ of Andrews: PMsaid. Labor Minister Philip Dalidakis accused the Prime Minister of “playing g
News.com.au / Posted 22 days ago
said. Labor Minister Philip Dalidakis accused the Prime Minister of “playing games”.Source:Supplied Deputy Commissioner Andrew Crisp says he will not be engaging in the “politics” surrounding youth offending. Picture: Alison WyndSource:News Corp... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
African gang crime 'out of control' in Melbourne: Greg Huntappearance, also prompted debate about gang crime. However, as recently as las
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 22 days ago
appearance, also prompted debate about gang crime. However, as recently as last week, Victoria Police Deputy Commissioner Andrew Crisp said Melbourne did not have a gang problem, and urged the media not to label groups of young thugs as... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Firework explodes in Melbourne man's face in illegal New Year's Eve celebrationto last year. "Generally, we saw great behaviour by the crowds overnight, whic
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 22 days ago
to last year. "Generally, we saw great behaviour by the crowds overnight, which was encouraging," Deputy Commissioner Andrew Crisp said in a statement. "There were a small number of people who did the wrong thing but they were dealt with by... Read more
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The Border Mail
Stay out of the CBD for the best view of Melbourne's NYE fireworksno evidence of an immediate terror threat but have urged Victorians to remain a
The Border Mail / Posted 23 days ago
no evidence of an immediate terror threat but have urged Victorians to remain alert. Victoria Police Deputy Commissioner Andrew Crisp said on Friday major CBD thoroughfares would be shut down and a record number of police would be on patrol. "We... Read more
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