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Goldfields police have dismissed a report which claims that alcohol-fuelled violence among Western Australia's fly-in fly-out miners is the worst in the country. The Queensland University of Technology report found Australia's mining industry was home to a dark underbelly of alcohol-fuelled violence, prostitution and mental health issues. The university's head of justice studies, Professor Kerry Carrington, claims one mining community in WA had a violence rate 2. Police in the Goldfields-Esperance district, which counts eight mining campsites in its catchment, area slammed the report, saying Professor Carrington's figured did not stack up.
Inspector Craig Parkin said non-domestic assaults in the district had gone down 12 per cent from last year and threatening behaviour had also dropped by 17 per cent. He said the strict conditions set by the bigger companies, such as BHP Billiton, Rio or Fortescue, meant that workers could be sacked for breaching any liquor restraints, which wouldn't normally occur in everyday society.
There are very strict constraints in place - more stringent than those in society," Inspector Parkin said. Pilbara police also agreed that violence from fly-in fly-out miners was not an issue in the region, with statistics across regional WA showing an Inspector Parkin said he was curious about how the university came to their conclusions. The full report is expected to be released later this week. The report also claimed one WA community was plagued by miners soliciting sex from prostitutes who operated out the back of limousines.
Langtrees' Kalgoorlie brothel madam, Leigh Varis Beswick, said because miners didn't have women in the camps, they had to find them in either brothels in Kalgoorlie or Perth. She said none of her girls had experienced any problems with drunken lout behaviour from mine workers. Mining community dismisses 'underbelly' report. Professor Carrington refused to name the towns the referred to. License this article.