Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2010 Week 6 Hansard (24 June) . . Page.. 2573..
� 1 Office of Regulatory Service vehicle is garaged by the rostered on-call officer.
� 3 Corrective Services vehicles are garaged by the rostered on-call dog squad officers.
� 2 Infrastructure and Security Management vehicles are infrequently garaged over the weekend.
(4) On average each vehicle travels 19, 341 per annum.
(5) Third Party insurance costs for category 2WD commercial, 4WD passenger and commercial vehicle, van and bus are $448.60 per vehicle per annum equalling $26.018.80 (total).
Comprehensive insurance costs for large passenger vehicles is $772.20 per vehicle per annum equalling $14,671.80 (total).
Third Party insurance costs for category small passenger sedan, medium passenger vehicle and large passenger vehicle are $511.30 per vehicle per annum equalling $12,271.20 (total).
Comprehensive insurance costs for large passenger vehicles is $534.60 per vehicle per annum equalling $33,679.80 (total).
(All insurance costs include GST.)
(Question No 812)
Mrs Dunne asked the Attorney-General, upon notice, on 24 March 2010:
(1) What output costing methodology is used to allocate costs across the Minister's department and each agency within the Department of Justice and Community Safety, including ACT Courts and the Director of Public Prosecutions.
(2) What are the top ten individual depreciation costs and which assets do these refer to.
(3) What was the initial cost of the assets referred to in part (2).
Mr Corbell: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
1. The Department of Justice and Community Safety allocates costs to outputs as follows:
a. directly incurred costs of each business unit relevant to the output (eg for output 1.6 this would be ACT Electoral Commission); plus
b. an allocation of corporate and centrally held costs.
2. The top ten individual depreciation costs for the Department of Justice and Community Safety, including assets relating to the Minister for Police and Emergency Services, are as follows: