Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2018 Week 4 Hansard (12 April) . .
As at 6 April 2018, my advice is that there is no intelligence to suggest another criminal gang is establishing a chapter within the ACT.
The criminal gang's environment can be highly dynamic, with individual members or even entire chapters changing allegiances and joining other criminal gangs at short notice.
ACT Policing actively targets the criminal activities of any criminal gangs, and their members, who are based in Canberra or who come to the ACT with the intention of conducting or planning criminal activity.
ACT Policing works closely with state and territory police sharing intelligence and working together to combat this crime type.
The ACT is not immune to the presence of criminal gangs. ACT Policing actively monitors the activities of criminal gangs formally established in the ACT as well as individuals linked to criminal gangs interstate.
Ms Berry (in reply to a supplementary question by Ms Lee on Tuesday, 20 March 2018):
The information used was consistent with sources listed in QON 895.
Projections are prepared as a part of advice to the government are not "reports". These documents are internal working documents prepared by the Directorate for the purpose of advising the Minister and Cabinet about matters relevant to school infrastructure investment.
Ms Fitzharris (in reply to a question by Ms Le Couteur on Tuesday, 20 March 2018):
The approximate wait time for this procedure in the public system is currently three months.
Mr Barr (in reply to a supplementary question by Mr Coe on Tuesday, 20 March 2018):
I have asked the relevant Directorate to check the record, which it has done.
I was not advised of the Economic Development Directorate's intention to purchase, on behalf of the Government, Block 6 Section 72 in Dickson.
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