Might be time for Kittles to fence their yard off …

Comment on Hordes of kids rampage: 50 cars hit by Michael Dean.

Might be time for Kittles to fence their yard off for good and throw half a dozen guard dogs in there at night.

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Hordes of kids rampage: 50 cars hit
I’ve said it before, remember 2011 when about 30 extra cops from Darwin were sent down here? We need a quick flood of law and order.
The underlying problem is going to take generations to deal with, if at all.
But the damage is happening now.
It would be good to see the police comment here sometimes, just so we know they are aware of the public mood, but I’m sure they are.


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$10m upgrade instead of new youth detention centre
Did I read that correctly: “Adding an additional offence only adds to the paperwork for frontline police and does not add value to the outcome.”
Where does this elected member live? In fairyland?
If you start doing it for some you have to do it for all. We are all equal under the law.
Letting somebody breach bail and get no offence because they are young is emboldening them to offend more.


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If people think some local language signs are going to make Alice Springs a better place to live and more attractive to tourists, you need your head examined.
Reduction in crime and lower air fares, that’s where you need to start and build from that.


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You only noticed the signs out the front of the Post Office because they were directly opposite your electorate office Conlan.
Ministers should be thinking more about the portfolios they hold rather than infighting.


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Finally. Some hope for long suffering Alice Springs residents. Hope it starts tonight actually. Curious as to why everything stops at 3am though, but it’s a great start.


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How about closing the gap on crime in the NT?


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