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(6) Did the TIN Exemption Board withdraw any of the notices due to police officers ignoring road rules as it was deemed necessary or appropriate to do so in the course of their duty on that day;

(7) Of the 83 TINs issued to police officers on duty in 2004-05, how many of those TINs not withdrawn through the TIN Exemption Board were then appealed through the normal avenue of correspondence to Traffic Representations;

(8) Of those that then requested withdrawal of the notice through Traffic Representations how many were successful;

(9) On how many occasions in (a) 2003-04 and (b) 2004-05 to date have police officers on duty been served with a traffic infringement notice that attracts a penalty involving the loss of six or more demerit points;

(10) What action is taken when a police officer does attract a penalty involving the loss of six or more demerit points.

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

(1) 54

(2) Yes

(3) This information is not recorded

(4) To answer this question would be resource intensive and requires manual data extraction and the examination of individual records. However, if a request meets the required criteria, the same as any member of the public, then it can be withdrawn.

(5) 33

(6) Yes

(7) This information is not recorded.

(8) To answer this question would be resource intensive and requires manual data extraction and the examination of individual records. However, if a request meets the required criteria, the same as any member of the public, then it can be withdrawn.

(9) a) two infringements notices were issued, and b) one infringement notice was issued.

(10) Members are required to report in writing to their Co-ordinator that they have incurred a TIN with six or more demerit points. The Co-ordinator shall consider the report and determine whether to withdraw any authorisation to drive official vehicles. The Co-ordinator will advise the member and Professional Standards of their decision.

Prisons and prisoners-Quamby

(Question No 370)

Mrs Burke asked the Minister for Children, Youth and Family Support, upon notice, on 7 April 2005:


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