Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2009 Week 8 Hansard (25 June) . . Page.. 3151..
Additional funding for the rego.act system provided in the 2008/09 budget is supporting the development of a range of functionality enhancements to rego.act, including a number which will enhance revenue collection.
Recommendation 9 was that JACS and TAMS consider the benefits of reviewing the veracity of statutory declarations being used to avoid parking and traffic infringement penalties.
TAMS has undertaken a review of more than 54,000 statutory declarations presented to transfer liability of traffic camera infringements to a third party. While the use of false or misleading statutory declarations cannot be ruled out, the review
All supporting evidence is carefully scrutinised by Parking Review before a decision to withdraw is made on a case by case basis.
(8) See response to question 7.
(Copies of the attachments are available at the Chamber Support Office).
Public service—disabled persons
(Question No 76)
Mr Doszpot asked the Minister for Disability and Housing, upon notice, on 25 February 2009 (redirected to the Chief Minister):
(1) How many people with a disability are in (a) permanent full-time, (b) permanent part-time and (c) casual employment in the ACT Government.
(2) What percentage of each category does this represent.
Mr Stanhope: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
(1) The number of employees as at 15 April 2009 who have identified as having a disability is:
(a) permanent full-time - 168;
(b) permanent part-time - 56; and
(c) casual employment - 26.
(2) The percentage of employees identifying with a disability against each category is:
(a) permanent full-time - 1.6%;
(b) permanent part-time - 1.86%; and
(c) casual employment - 1.48%.
Roads—traffic and parking fines
(Question No 100)
Mr Hanson asked the Attorney-General, upon notice, on 26 February 2009:
What action has the Minister's department taken to expedite the collection of all outstanding traffic infringement fines and what is the value of the outstanding fines as at February 2009.