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provides long-term rental for those on low to moderate incomes. In addition, there are a number of Community Housing Providers also offering housing and services. OneLink is the central information and access point for a range of human services including housing, homelessness and child, youth and family services in the Australian Capital Territory. OneLink can talk to community members about housing options, including emergency accommodation, public housing, community housing, private rental and other options, and about what assistance might be available.

(11) I am not aware of any Build-to-Rent-to-Buy schemes currently operating in the ACT.

Dhulwa Mental Health Unit—safety
(Question No 761)

Ms Castley asked the Minister for Mental Health, upon notice, on 6 May 2022:

(1) Does Dhulwa Secure Mental Health Unit (Dhulwa) or the Directorate/Canberra Health Services (CHS) keep information about Australian Federal Police (AFP) staff/ACT Policing visiting Dhulwa; if not, why not; if so, how often have AFP staff visited Dhulwa since it opened including details for the reason for each visit and outcome.

(2) Does Dhulwa or the Directorate/CHS keep information about staff registering complaints to the AFP; if not, why not; if so, how many complaints have been made to the AFP including the reason for the complaint and the outcome.

(3) What action have AFP staff taken in relation to Dhulwa.

(4) Have security arrangements/processes changed since Dhuwla opened; if so, how have they changed.

(5) Have security arrangements/processes been reviewed since Dhulwa opened; if so, can the Minister provide details on (a) what type of review/s, (b) by whom, (c) what were the results of the review/s and (d) any action arising from the review/s.

(6) How many security officers are employed at Dhulwa and how many are rostered for each shift.

(7) Do security officers patrol the facility or remain at the front entrance.

(8) Have security staff made any complaints about working at Dhulwa since it opened.

(9) What is the process for security staff to make complaints including details on the (a) number of complaints, (b) nature of complaints and (c) how it was handled/responded to.

(10) Have any security staff been assaulted (physically/verbally) since Dhulwa opened; if so, can the Minister provide relevant details on these assaults.

(11) What type of specific training are security staff required to have before they are employed at Dhulwa.

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