Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2013 Week 14 Hansard (28 November) . . Page.. 4441..
I thank people for the work that they do, also understanding that this is a big plan, a 10-year plan, and will succeed by work with government and non-government organisations to change the lives of many of our young folk.
Ms Gallagher: I ask that all further questions be placed on the notice paper.
Supplementary answers to questions without notice
Alexander Maconochie Centre—lockdowns
MR RATTENBURY: Earlier in question time today I was asked about the level of assaults at the Alexander Maconochie Centre and at the time I could not recall exactly the figures. I can further inform the Assembly that we do at this point have raw data, as I indicated in my earlier answer. It still needs to be provided to the federal government through the report on government services process. I can inform the Assembly that in 2011-12 the number of assaults on prisoners in the ACT classified for ROGS reporting as serious assaults and assaults was 45, and in 2012-13 that number was 17. So it has fallen from 45 to 17 between the two years.
Emergency Services Agency—management
MR CORBELL: Yesterday in question time Mr Smyth, I think it was, asked me how much of overpayments of leave entitlements to ACT ambulance officers had been recovered to date. The amount repaid or offset against other leave types is at the level of $92,381.45.
Papers and statement by minister
MS GALLAGHER (Molonglo—Chief Minister, Minister for Regional Development, Minister for Health and Minister for Higher Education): For the information of members I present the following papers:
Public Sector Management Act, pursuant to sections 31A and 79—Copies of executive contracts or instruments—
David Matthews, dated 18 November 2013.
Amanda Nuttall, dated 21 November 2013.
Bruce Fitzgerald, dated 4 and 13 November 2013.
Carolyn O'Neill, dated 13 November 2013.
Charmaine Murfet, dated 18 November 2013.
Daniel Childs, dated 5 and 11 November 2013.
David Parkinson, dated 22 and 31 October 2013.
Gary Byles, dated 22 November 2013.