Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2010 Week 14 Hansard (9 December) . . Page.. 6228..
Staff are currently in attendance at the city interchange on a daily basis to assist commuters with changes to the new timetables. ACTION staff are also ensuring that hard copy timetables are made available at the interchange and have been refreshing stock regularly.
Bimberi Youth Justice Centre—staff—Wednesday, 8 December 2010
Ms BURCH (in reply to questions by Mr Coe and Mrs Dunne):
During Question Time yesterday, I was asked a series of questions in relation to the Bimberi Youth Justice Centre. In relation to questions that I took on notice from Mr Coe and Mrs Dunne concerning management positions, resignations and extended leave, I would like to inform the Assembly:
There have been no changes made to qualifications and experience or to job descriptions for management positions at Bimberi. There have been no managers transferred from their positions at Bimberi.
In 2009/10, five permanent operational staff separated from the Bimberi Youth Justice Centre.
Since January 2009, five Bimberi Youth workers are recorded as having taken personal leave in a block of 10 days or more. Two Youth Workers have taken Leave Without Pay over 10 days.
Alexander Maconochie Centre—capacity—Wednesday, 8 December 2010
Mr CORBELL (in reply to a question by Mr Seselja):
In 2003 the Department of Treasury, as part of the Proposals for Future ACT Correctional Facilities report (publicly available), modelled prisoner numbers using medium and high forecasts.
� The medium forecast for 2030 is 260.
� The high forecast for 2030 is 274.
In 2003 Treasury's medium forecast projections for June 2010 were 228. This figure is very close to the average number of prisoners in the ACT in June this year, which was 221.