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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2002 Week 9 Hansard (21 August) . . Page.. 2742..


- increased international student numbers (+$0.8m);

- increased sales from the restaurants and cafes administered by the Faculty of Tourism and Hotel Management (+$0.36m):

- increased revenue from sales of products produced from class activities (+$0.1 5m):

- unanticipated revenue from copyright sales relating to publications sold in previous years (+0.13m); and

- minor increases in revenue from various other activities including property and equipment leases, and printing services (+$0.17m).

The other major component of User Charges - Non ACT Government is increased enrolments of local students in courses offered by the Institute (+$0.65m).

(2) The commercial activities are likely to continue as reflected in the Institute's 2002-03 Budget and forward estimates. However, these activities will be carefully monitored by the Institute to ensure they continue to have a positive net financial impact.

(3) No new enterprises will result from these activities.

(4) Not applicable.

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Crime prevention funds

(Question No 221)

Ms Tucker a sked the Minister for Police, Emergency Services and Corrections, upon notice, on 25 June 2002:

In relation to the expenditure of crime prevention funds:

(1) In regard to the year 2001-2002:

(a) How much, and what proportion of crime prevention funds available to the Australian Federal Police (AFP) in the ACT were not expended.

(b) What was the basis for the failure to fully expend the available funds.

(c) How have these unexpended funds been disposed of.

(2) In regard to the year 2002-2003:

(a) What is the total crime prevention allocation.

(b) What projects are expected to be funded at this stage.

(c) What evidence of the effectiveness of these programs can be provided.

(d) What scope is offered for collaborative projects with community based organisations.

(3) In regard to 'Kenny Koala':

(a) What was the total cost of running the project over the last three years.

(b) What is the expected cost for Kenny Koala in 2002-2003.

(c) What research and evaluation have been conducted on the impact and effectiveness of Kenny Koala activities.

(d) How does the Kenny Koala program sit in the AFP's annual Crime Prevention Strategy.


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