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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2011 Week 2 Hansard (9 March) . . Page.. 689..


the patterns or trends (if any) identified in relation to the deaths of children and young people—

(i) generally; and

(ii) who, within 3 years before their death were, or had a sibling who was, the subject of a report the chief executive decided, under section 360 (5), was a child protection report.

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Clause 4

Proposed new section 727O (2A)

Page 12, line 3—

insert

(2A) However, the CYP death review committee must not include in the report any information that would—

(a) disclose the identity of a child or young person who has died; or

(b) allow the identity of a child or young person who has died to be worked out.

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Clause 4

Proposed new section 727O (5)

Page 12, line 8—

omit

Schedule 3

Children and Young People (Death Review) Amendment Bill 2010

Amendments moved by Ms Hunter to the Minister for Children and Young People's amendments

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Amendment 22

Proposed new section 727P (2A)

insert

(2A) The Minister must present the report to the Legislative Assembly within 6 sitting days after the report is given to the Minister.

2

Amendment 22

Proposed new section 727Q (1) (b) and (c)

omit proposed new section 727Q (1) (b) and (c), substitute

(b) the age and sex of each child or young person who died and whether, within 3 years before his or her death, the child or young person, or a sibling of the child or young person, was the subject of a report the chief executive decided, under section 360 (5), was a child protection report;

(c)


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