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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2015 Week 7 Hansard (4 June) . .

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

The answer to the first part of the member's question is as follows:

a) 2012 - 2013; three Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islanders offenders were released on to the program (all male);

b) 2013 - 2014; 42 Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islanders offenders were released to Throughcare, comprising 30 males and 12 females; and

c) 1 July 2014 - 1 April 2015; 40 Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islanders offenders released to Throughcare, 26 males and 14 females.

The answer to the second part of the member's question is as follows:

a) 2012 - 2013; 14 sentenced offenders were released on to the program (all male);

b) 2013 - 2014; 229 offenders released to Throughcare, 196 males and 33 females; and

c) July 1 -1 April 2015; 194 offenders released to Throughcare, 163 males and 31 females.

In the context of the member's question, it should be noted that the Throughcare program is a voluntary program available to all female offenders, whether sentenced or on remand, and all sentenced males upon release from the Alexander Maconochie Centre (AMC).

While the member has asked his question in the context of sentenced offenders, given the program is available to all female detainees, the figure provided for female detainees is not separated into sentence or remand.

Additionally, as the Throughcare program has only been in place since 1 June 2013, there is limited data available for the 2012-13 financial year.

In relation to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander offender numbers, all those eligible have participated in the program since its inception.

Capital Metro Agency—staff and contracts (Question No 419)

Mr Coe asked the Minister for Territory and Municipal Services, upon notice, on 7 May 2015 (redirected to the Minister for Capital Metro):

(1) What is the current staffing profile at the Capital Metro Agency, according to the employment categories of; (a) Permanent full-time staff; (b) Permanent part-time staff; (c) Temporary full-time staff; (d) Temporary part-time staff; and (e) Casual staff.

(2) What are the total weekly wages, including superannuation, for the staff identified in part (1), (a); (b); (c); (d); and (e).

(3) How many contracts has the Capital Metro Agency entered into which are currently ongoing;


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