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• Robbery with Actual Violence Armed/In Company/Wounded/Use Personal Violence and Contravene Family Violence Order. This offender is still at large, being a total of 98 days as at 9 May 2022.
3. Upon a further review of the data, the SAB makes a correction, that one of the offenders at time of the 18 February 2022 hearings, their warrant for imprisonment had been executed. One offender who was at large at time of the 18 February 2022 hearings, was subject to a parole order and he was charged in NSW with the following additional offences:
• Enter Dwelling with intent to steal
• Custody of a knife in public place
• Steal property in dwelling-house
• Destroy/damage property
This offender has since had their parole order cancelled and is in custody at the Alexander Maconochie Centre (AMC). The following two offenders who were at large on 18 February 2022 were charged for Assault Occasioning actual Bodily Harm and Stalk/Intimidate Intend Fear Physical Harm (Personal) and Enter Enclosed Land. The commission of these offences occurred in NSW.
4. All of the offenders were subject to a form of custodial sentence, but were serving their sentence in the community under various sentencing options. Three offenders originally reported as being at large were serving their sentence by way of Intensive Corrections Order (ICO) in the community, and the other two offenders were subject to a parole order, serving the rest of their sentence in the community. While offenders are subject to serving their sentence in the community, they may have these revoked for breaches and are liable to serve the remainder of their sentence in the AMC.
5. Offenders who have their community based sentence order cancelled are liable to serve the remainder of their sentence in custody. However, they may apply for and be granted a new parole order, or have their ICO reinstated. In considering whether they should be released back into the community, the SAB considers previous orders which have been cancelled due to non-compliance, failure to comply with a warrant for imprisonment and the commission of new offences while in the community, if any.
Schools—Mental Illness Education ACT programs
(Question No 788)
Mrs Kikkert asked the Minister for Education and Youth Affairs, upon notice, on 6 May 2022:
(1) How much government funding has been granted to Mental Illness Education ACT (MIEACT) to implement programs in schools, for each year since funding was first granted.
(2) Can the Minister list all schools that are currently running MIEACT programs, detailing the name of the program/s being run, program duration and frequency per year.