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 ‘Don’t call them gangs’ | Police.
Michael.W
 Posted: Jan 9 2018, 08:57 PM
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Who said the government was running the State. ???
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Time for talk is finished I call them enemy very good about useing resources for ssm for a minority millions Or 11 million for lawyers because politicians can not do simple paperwork As i thought a do nothing talkfest while the victims still climb

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What statistics can and can't tell us about Melbourne's African crime issue.

Sudanese-born people over-represented in crime stats.

People born in Sudan make up just 0.1 per cent of Victoria's total population, or about 6,000 people.

Most of those live in Melbourne, mainly in the western and south-eastern suburbs.


Recent data from Victoria's Crime Statistics Agency shows that 0.1 per cent of the population made up 1.4 per cent of all alleged offenders in Victoria — that is, people that police have linked to crimes although they may not necessarily have been found guilty or been charged.

So there clearly is an over-representation, right?

Criminologist Rebecca Wickes believes that comparison is unfair.

"We have a very skewed age distribution within the Sudanese population," Dr Wickes said.

"Fifty per cent of the Sudanese population is under the age of 25, and that's compared with 33 per cent of the Australian general population. So you're not comparing like with like."


http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-01-17/what-statistics-tell-us-about-melbournes-african-crime-issue/9336604

Why have they not included those born here?

Could it be that the numbers would look a hell of a lot worse??





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