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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2005 Week 6 Hansard (6 May) . . Page.. 2039..


The AFP will maintain a consultative process and outcomes of the trial will be shared with the key stakeholder group.

(5) The guidelines for the use of the Taser X26 are contained within AFP Commissioners Order 3 and the Taser X26 training package.

(6) Commissioner's Order 3 is classified as "Security-in-confidence". As such, it may be disseminated upon request to AFP Professional Standards.

(7) Commissioner's Order 3 is not routinely available to members of the public, as it contains internal working procedures and discloses police methodology.

(8) I have not given any directions to the AFP in relation to the use of the Taser X26 or the parameters of the trail. Only SRS will have access to the Taser during the trial.

(9) The Operational Safety Committee is the primary body in this regard. Through the mandatory reporting measures such as the AFP Use of Force report and an ongoing investment in the trial, the Operational Safety Committee is able to monitor the trial's progress. At the conclusion of the trial, all findings will be presented to the Operational Safety Committee for review and determination.

(10) The AFP Operational Safety Committee.

(11) AFP Commissioner's Order 3.

(12) Commissioner's Order 3 is classified as "Security-in-confidence". As such, it may be disseminated upon request to AFP Professional Standards.

(13) Commissioner's Order 3 is not routinely available to members of the public, as it contains internal working procedures and discloses police methodology.

(14) 163 occasions.

(15) It is too resource intensive to obtain data identifying how many complaints have been made about the use of pepper spray in the last two years as this would involve manual data extraction and examination of individual case records.

(16) Commissioner's Order 3.

(17) Commissioner's Order 3 is classified as "Security-in-confidence". As such, it may be disseminated upon request to AFP Professional Standards.

(18) Commissioner's Order 3 is not routinely available to members of the public, as it contains internal working procedures and discloses police methodology.

Kangaroos-culling

(Question No 375)

Dr Foskey asked the Minister for the Environment, upon notice, on 7 April 2005:

(1) Further to my question without notice of 18 February in relation to kangaroo culling, was any scientific advice provided to the Government that supported the Government's


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