Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2015 Week 12 Hansard (29 October) . .
(5) Police Officers performing duties in the 395 general duties roles, work rotating shift patterns in teams to provide a 24/7 police response capacity 365 days per year. The number of officers on shift on a daily or weekly basis fluctuates based on operational peaks on particular days of the week or other operational priorities at any given time. Rostered teams comprise sufficient staff to meet operational demands plus capacity to cover absences for leave and training.
(6) The following table provides a general overview of the salary ranges that apply to different ranks.
AFP Band Level
Annual Salary Range
2 - 4
$52,397 - $83,554
$83,554 - $90,517
6 - 7
$90,517 - $106,963
$106,963 - $116,428
(7) In accordance with the AFP Commissioner's Order on Operational Safety (CO3), all sworn police officers must complete an Operational Safety Assessment (OSA) on an annual basis which includes a firearms handling assessment unless they have been granted an approved exemption (e.g. on medical grounds). Sworn police officers within the AFP are personally issued with an official firearm and must carry their firearm while conducting any operational duties.
(Question No 504)
Mr Wall asked the Chief Minister, upon notice, on 23 September 2015:
(1) What licenses, registrations, invoices or taxes have printed reminder notices or renewal notices issued.
(2) Who is responsible for printing and issuing these notices in part (1).
(3) Are the notices in part (1) printed and issued by a non-government provider.
(4) How are the service providers selected for those notices not printed and issued by the ACT Government.
(5) What is the value of any contract for services identified in part (4).
Mr Barr: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
The ACT Government does not hold this information in this form. Individual business areas are responsible for providing their own reminders and renewals. Responding to this question is not practical due to the significant diversion of directorate resources that would be required.
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