Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2005 Week 4 Hansard (17 March) . . Page.. 1291..
(3) Of those which are not garaged by officers on call,
(a) how many cars are there,
(b) in which suburbs are they garaged; and
(c) in the week commencing 7 March 2005, for each car how many kilometres were driven
(i) to and from work and
(ii) for work purposes.
Mr Stanhope: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
As Minister for the Environment I shall be providing a separate response in relation to Environment ACT.
The remaining branches of Chief Minister's Department use no ACT Government number-plated cars. In this context the answer to the Member's question is as follows:
(Question No 238)
Mrs Dunne asked the Minister for Education and Training, upon notice, on 8 March 2005, (redirected to the Minister for Police and Emergency Services):
How many times in (a) 2002-2003, (b) 2003-2004 and (c) 2004 to date have police been called out to incidents of (i) violence and (ii) property crime at ACT Government schools.
Mr Hargreaves: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
(1) a) b) c) (i) (ii) Table 1: Number of selected confirmed incidents reported in schools in the ACT where patrol attended - 01 July 2002 to 28 February 2005.
Confirmed incident type
Source: PROMIS as at 07 March 2005
Note: 'Promis' cannot differentiate between Government and non Government schools. To do so would require manual extraction and examination of individual incidents.
'Person' incidents include incidents with a confirmed incident type of 'Homicide', 'Assault', 'Sexual Assault', 'Sudden death', 'Suicide', 'Domestic violence incident', 'Breach DVO/RO', 'Drug incident', 'Suspicious/wanted person/vehicle', 'Missing person', 'Abduction/hostages', 'Indecent exposure', and 'Psychiatric incident'.
'Property' incidents include incidents with a confirmed incident type of 'False alarm', 'Alarm', 'Alarm-holdup', 'Property damage', 'Burglary', 'Criminal damage', 'Offenders on