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Those gifts from the gab
MILES "Mile High" Mehta had a taste for the finer things in life.
Newcastle Herald 04/05/2013
Robbery figures surge
THE re-emergence of cheap heroin and copycat bandits remain the two chief suspects for a massive spike in armed robberies across the Hunter last year.
Newcastle Herald 18/04/2013
Car theft rise bucks long-term crime fall
SEX crimes, fraud and car break-ins in the Illawarra have been on the rise in the past 12 months but rates of assault and property damage have dropped significantly, according to crime statistics released yesterday.
Illawarra Mercury 18/04/2013
Complaints under scrutiny
People whose complaints to the Queensland Crime and Misconduct Commission are found to be baseless could be prosecuted under recommendations of an inquiry into the watchdog. The findings of the Callinan and Aroney inquiry into the commission also recommended the Right to Information Act be amended so government departments could refuse to produce documents without having to give a reason for nine months.
Sydney Morning Herald 04/04/2013
Criminal element taking root in growth corridors
About 35 kilometres separate Ardeer and Warrandyte, and the two postcodes could not be any further apart when it comes to crime.
The Age 01/04/2013
CHART A COURSE
Course Bachelor of arts (criminal justice administration).
Sydney Morning Herald 29/03/2013
Thieves target small breeds
Police are concerned that dogs stolen in towns west of Melbourne are being used as bait in illegal dog fights.
The Age 21/03/2013
Police hit with 661 criminal charges
Victorian police officers have been charged more than 600 times with criminal offences including drug trafficking, rape and possession and production of child pornography since 2006.
The Sunday Age 17/03/2013
Defiant Berlusconi sentenced to jail
Rome: Silvio Berlusconi's supporters threatened "a full-blown rebellion" on Thursday after the former Italian prime minister was found guilty of publishing illegally obtained wiretaps and given a one-year jail sentence.
Sydney Morning Herald 09/03/2013
Playing the John Wayne card
NO POLITICIAN ever won an election by being soft on crime.
The Age 01/03/2013
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