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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2005 Week 2 Hansard (17 February) . . Page.. 638..


ACT Community Care

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-

-

4

Land Development Agency

3

2

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-

Planning & Land Authority

5

4

-

-

Emergency Services Authority

7

-

-

-

Department of Economic Development

5

-

-

-

Auditor General's Office

2

2

2

2

Government Business Enterprises

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-

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4

Canberra Institute of Technology

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1

# Table reflects changes to administrative arrangements and reporting methodologies, in particular:

The Office of Children, Youth and Family Support now incorporated with the Department of Disability, Housing and Community Services.

InTACT now shown with Department of Treasury.

The Canberra Hospital has been incorporated with ACT Health.

ACT Community Care has been incorporated with ACT Health.

Government Business Enterprises includes a number of Executives now shown in the Department of Treasury and Department of Economic Development.

Canberra Institute of Technology now included as part of Department of Education and Training

(3) Males and females holding an Executive position for financial years (a) 2003-04, (b) 2002-03 and (c) 2001-02 and (d) to date this financial year:

At 10 Dec 2004

2003-04

2002-03

2001-02

Males

92

91

84

74

Females

50

48

43

36

Crime-domestic violence

(Question No 5)

Mrs Burke asked the Attorney-General, upon notice, on 7 December 2004:

(1) What is the current process in regard to lodging domestic violence claims for (a) men and (b) women;

(2) Do children have power to defend their own essential interests in regard to being removed from Domestic Violence Protection Orders; if so, (a) what is the process and (b) who acts for the child, excluding third party representation by the Family Court; if not, why is this not possible.

Mr Stanhope: The answer to the member's question is as follows:

(1) An aggrieved person (man or woman), or a police officer may apply for a Domestic Violence Protection Order. If the aggrieved person is under a legal disability they may


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