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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2018 Week 13 Hansard (29 November) . . Page.. 5270 ..


(1) What was the total number of Attraction and Retention Incentives for each directorate, agency or entity for which the Minister is responsible broken down by (a) FTE, (b) headcount and (c) classification during (i) 2015-16, (ii) 2016-17, (iii) 2017-18 and (iv) 2018-19 to date.

(2) What was the (a) total average remuneration rates and (b) average value of Attraction and Retention Incentive payments or entitlements in addition to salary for each classification identified in part (1).

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

The answers to questions (1) and (2) are provided in the spreadsheet at Attachment A. The spreadsheet data represents staff who received Attraction and Retention Incentives (ARIns) at the end of each financial year for each Directorate, agency or entity. The remuneration rates are based on annualised salary and all allowance entitlements received by staff in the classification. The Minister for Health and Wellbeing and the Minister for Mental Health were not asked these questions as a response to similar questions (Questions No's 1859-1860) were provided by each Minister on 23 October 2018 which included information about ARIns for ACT Health and Canberra Health Services. In reading this data it should be noted that the staff headcount of agencies across the ACT Public Service varies significantly by agency.

(A copy of the attachment is available at the Chamber Support Office).

Crime—motorcycle gangs (Question No 1966)

Mr Coe asked the Attorney-General, upon notice, on 26 October 2018:

What is the breakdown of the number of (a) successful and (b) unsuccessful prosecutions by the Director of Public Prosecutions in relation to or suspected to be related to outlaw motorcycle gang related membership, crimes or offences broken down by category or type of offence during (i) 2007-08, (ii) 2008-09, (iii) 2009-10, (iv) 2010-11, (v) 2011-12, (vi) 2012-13, (vii) 2013-14, (viii) 2014-15, (ix) 2015-16, (x) 2017-18 and (xi) 2018-19 to date.

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

The Director of Public Prosecutions does not keep statistics of prosecutions according to types of gang membership. All crimes are prosecuted based on the facts of each case in line with the DPP's guidelines.

ACT Judicial Council—complaints (Question No 1967)

Mr Coe asked the Attorney-General, upon notice, on 26 October 2018:

Can the Attorney-General provide for each complaint received by the ACT Judicial Council since its commencement to date (a) when the complaint was received, (b) the nature or type of complaint, (c) whether the complaint was referred to another entity; if


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