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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2011 Week 4 Hansard (7 April) . . Page.. 1643..


Alexander Maconcochie Centre—prisoners (Question No 1584)

Mr Hanson asked the Attorney-General, upon notice, on 8 March 2011:

(1) What was the total number of prisoners held on remand at the Alexander Maconcochie Centre (AMC) as at 24 February 2011.

(2) Of the total number of prisoners referred to in part (1), what is the total number who have identified as an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander.

(3) For each of the prisoners referred to in part (2), what is the total number of days each prisoner has spent on remand at the AMC.

Mr Corbell: The answer to the member's question is as follows:

(1) 93

(2) 20

(3) For each of the prisoners referred to in part (2) i.e. prisoners held on remand as at 24 February 2011, the total number of days each prisoner has spent on remand at the AMC is shown in the table below.

Prisoner 1 697 days Prisoner 11 79 days Prisoner 2 519 days Prisoner 12 78 days Prisoner 3 312 days Prisoner 13 65 days Prisoner 4 310 days Prisoner 14 38 days Prisoner 5 263 days Prisoner 15 28 days Prisoner 6 241 days Prisoner 16 22 days Prisoner 7 221 days Prisoner 17 22 days Prisoner 8 123 days Prisoner 18 17 days Prisoner 9 106 days Prisoner 19 11 days Prisoner 10 79 days Prisoner 20 8 days

Housing ACT—properties (Question No 1586)

Ms Bresnan asked the Minister for Disability, Housing and Community Services, upon notice, on 9 March 2011:

(1) How many properties does Housing ACT currently own.

(2) What is the number of properties that have had energy efficiency improvements in (a) 2007-08, (b) 2008-09, (c) 2009-10 and (d) 2010-11 to date and expected for the financial year, and what was the total cost to Government in each year.

(3) What is the total number of properties that have been identified as still requiring energy efficiency improvements.

(4) How does Housing ACT prioritise which houses to make improvements to.

(5)


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