The ugly face of the state’s youth crime crises has again reared its head over the weekend with young criminals taking advantage of the bustle of the Goldfield Ashes in Charters Towers.
Another Queensland life has been tragically lost to youth crime, enraging Katter’s Australian Party (KAP) MPs who said the Palaszczuk Labor Government’s perverse apathy towards the crisis has left Queensland communities in a “death spiral”.
Katter’s Australian Party (KAP) Deputy Leader and Hinchinbrook MP Nick Dametto is eagerly awaiting the resumption of State Parliament when it is anticipated the Palaszczuk Government will introduce new legislation labelled as the “most comprehensive response to youth crime in Queensland”.
The unspeakable tragedy that occurred in Brisbane on Boxing Day
The Queensland Youth Justice Minister must immediately commit to a radical overhaul of the State’s youth justice system if she is to retain her position and any semblance of respect from the community, Katter’s Australian Party Leader and Traeger MP Robbie Katter has said.
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