Lockdowns, shackles, strip searches - How Barnett’s tough law and order regime in WA leaves kids with few options but more crime
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The kids call it a sneak and it's as easy as choosing a house, then kicking in the front door.
Last summer three Aboriginal boys well known to police did nine sneaks in less than 48 hours in Perth's north east. It was 41.5C on the first day and they were riding in a stolen Holden Commodore with the air conditioning turned up. The two youngest, aged 14 and 15, were off their heads on...
"Police just took our kids at the point of their guns"
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