Here's The Australian today:
African-Australian crime figures blamed on Labor, weak courts
Crime statistics showing Sudanese-born people are 57 times more likely to be charged with aggravated robbery in Victoria than their Australian-born counterparts have sparked renewed calls for a law-and-order crackdown by the Andrews government.
Figures from the Victorian Crime Statistics Agency, to the end of March, also show Sudanese-born people are 33 times more likely to be charged with riot and affray compared with Australian-born counterparts.
Despite just 0.15 per cent of the state’s population having been born in Sudan and modern-day South Sudan, figures for the past five years show the African country has consistently been among the top two or three places of birth for offenders charged with crimes including aggravated burglary, serious assault, motor vehicle theft, aggravated robbery, and riot and affray.