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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2012 Week 5 Hansard (3 May) . . Page.. 2042..

KPI Description 2010 Audit 2010/11 Audit 1 The number of incidents where CCTV has been utilised 485 incidents 1,032 incidents 2 The annual number of video clips provided to Police investigations 109 video clips 233 video clips 3 Percentage of CCTV camera hours recording 97.85% 98.13% 4 Annual cost per CCTV camera per operational hour $3.36 $2.75 5 Average rectification time per systems failure. 2.85 days 4.29 days 6 Number of complaints of the CCTV Code of Practice related to the ACT CCTV safety project reported, as per the Australia Federal Police Professional Standards and the Public Sector Management Act 1994 0 0 7 The percentage of members of the public surveyed in areas covered by CCTV safety systems who feel safer because of the presence of CCTV N/A (No survey was conducted) 59% of people surveyed felt safer

(3) The upgrade and relocation of six (6) CCTV cameras in Civic is part of an ACT Government initiative 'Revitalising Canberra City.' The six (6) cameras in Civic are part of the original installation in 2001 that still use copper wiring. The planned capital works aim to move the cameras from old camera poles to newly installed, multi-purpose Fyntrim poles.

The capital works will allow for the installation of fibre optic cables to replace the current copper wiring. Fibre optic cables are faster at transmitting data, use less power and provide less signal degradation. The upgrade and relocation of the six (6) CCTV cameras in Civic will have a positive impact on KPIs 3, 4, and 5.

(4) The CCTV systems in the Jolimont Centre, Canberra Stadium, EPIC and Manuka Oval are measured as part of the whole JACS CCTV network. They are defined as 'Tier 2' cameras, which are audited annually by the JACS auditor and CCTV Audit Review Committee, and by the Auditor-General randomly on a 3-5 year rotating basis.

WorkSafe ACT—Ombudsman's recommendations (Question No 2174)

Ms Bresnan asked the Attorney-General, upon notice, on 22 March 2012:

(1) How many times has the Ombudsman made a recommendation for improvement to WorkSafe ACT.

(2) What was each of these recommendations referred to in part (1).

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