DanCandice showbanner sponsored

Australia's Most Criminal Names Have Been Revealed

ivan.JPG

Law firm Go To Court has researched 90 years of Australia's criminal history and determined our top offending names. 25,000 different crimes were researched and cross-referenced with first names.

If you name is Leon, we're sorry, for every 100,000 Leons, more than 3000 had committed a crime. Ivans weren’t far behind with 2000 per 100,000 having a criminal record, many of those for drug offences. Ali, Gerald and Roy rounded out the top five male names. Women were far less likely to commit crimes. For every 100,000 Robins, 934 had committed a crime with fraud the being the number 1 crime.

Ivans had 2000 per 100,000 having a criminal record, many for drug offences. Ali, Gerald and Roy rounded out the top five male names.

For every 100,000 Robins, 934 had committed a crime with fraud the biggest misdemeanour.

Ali, Gerald and Roy rounded out the top five male names. Women were far less likely to commit crimes. For every 100,000 Robins, 934 had committed a crime with fraud the biggest misdemeanour.

Women were far less likely to commit crimes. For every 100,000 Robins, 934 had committed a crime with fraud the biggest misdemeanour. Second-placed

Second-placed Kym's were mostly into burglary, Nicoles had dabbled in drugs. And you shouldn’t trust Jean. Around 300 in every 100,000 Jeans are criminal and they’re likely to be murderers. 

Most criminal male names1. Leon2. Ivan3. Ali4. Gerald5. Roy6. Terrance7. Albert8. Danny9. Frank10. Frederik.png

 

 

 

 

You may also like...

  • Easter Family Fun Day
    Easter Family Fun DayWhere: Invermay Park behind the UTAS StadiumWhen: Saturday, 15th April from 10:00am until 2:00pm Details: Hop to it….. Bring...
  • Disabled man's restraint scrutiny
    A difference of opinion has opened up over the case of a disabled Devonport man, Theo Langmaid who suffered a brain injury as a baby. It's...
  • Robert Downey Jnr to Play Famous Doctor
    Description: Robert Downey Jnr arriving at the UK Premiere of Due Date, Empire Cinema, Leicester Square, London. Copyright Doug Peters EMPICS...
  • 21st March is Harmony Day
    21 March is Harmony Day Our diversity makes Australia a great place to live. Harmony Day is a celebration of our cultural diversity – a day...