From the Victorian Police last year,
“Sudanese youths were vastly over-represented in the 2015 data, responsible for 7.44 per cent of home invasions, 5.65 per cent of car thefts and 13.9 per cent of aggravated robberies, despite Sudanese-born citizens making up about 0.11 per cent of Victoria’s population.”
From The Age today
”A proposal to crack down on African street gangs by deporting offenders as young as 16 would effectively condemn them to “death sentences”, Sudanese community leaders have warned.”
This should be self regulating.
These gang members need to weigh up whether continuing to commit crimes such as armed assault, home invasion, car jackings or break & enter in a country that has generously offered sanctuary is worth the risk of being sent back to the very place they fled.
Australians are compassionate and generous people but we expect our kindness to be reciprocated with respect, assimilation and contribution to society. It shouldn’t be hard given the generous welfare that is provided to help kick start the lives of new migrants