Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2022 Week 04 Hansard (Thursday, 5 May 2022) . . Page.. 1381 ..
(4) At least $500,000.
(5) Sites for minor improvements at existing playgrounds in Belconnen are identified on the City Services website at www.cityservices.act.gov.au/Infrastructure-Projects/programs/playspace-upgrades.
(6) Refer to 5.
(7) Improvements to Canberra playgrounds are assessed and prioritised annually and considered for future improvements where necessary. This includes considering the provision of community recreational infrastructure on a priority basis, taking account of factors such as demand, demographics, equity, sustainability, co-location, and availability of funding. This process ensures that investments in public spaces are suitably targeted and meet the needs of all Canberrans.
Domestic and family violence—Family Violence Safety Action Pilot
(Question No 691)
Mrs Kikkert asked the Minister for the Prevention of Domestic and Family Violence, upon notice, on 25 March 2022:
(1) Did the Minister state that the Family Violence Safety Action Pilot provides extensive support to women and children victim-survivors; if so, can the Minister detail what this extensive support entails.
(2) What tailored support is available for new migrants and refugees who are escaping domestic violence.
(3) Did the Minister also state that the Family Violence Safety Action Pilot is unique in the ACT in how it responds to those who are perpetrating the violence; if so, can the Minister provide details of these responses and how it is unique to this Territory.
(4) Can the Minister provide a list of perpetrator-focused agencies and services in the ACT.
(5) Can the Minister provide a staffing profile of all staff involved in implementing the Family Violence Safety Action Pilot, including (a) whether they are full time equivalent, full-time/part-time/casual and other type of staffing and (b) employment classification, job title and description.
Ms Berry: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:
(1) The Minister did state that the Family Violence Safety Action Pilot provides extensive support to victim survivors. This support includes an average of 12 weeks intensive case coordination and support. Victim-survivors are contacted at the point of referral, their support needs are discussed and they can opt into the FVSAP. The support offered will depend on the needs of the individual and may include their case being discussed at the collaborative multi-agency meetings. These meetings develop and implement a coordinated service response by multiple government and non-government agencies to provide the individual support to meet the individual needs of each victim-survivor. FVSAP case coordinators use behaviour mapping to