Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2022 Week 07 Hansard (Monday, 15 August 2022) . . Page.. 2544 ..
could reveal an individual’s responses. CHS staff are assured complete anonymity when completing workplace surveys and releasing the analysis would breach this assurance.
However, results from the 2021 CHS Workplace Culture Survey at the Division and Unit level have been made available to teams on the CHS intranet. A Freedom of Information application that was responded to on 8 July 2022 includes detailed results, which also include a summary level analysis from Best Practice Australia Analytics.
b) Engagement with teams has been ongoing to outline the activities and actions recommended from the analysis to inform team-based plans. Priority areas have agreed to undertake culture improvement activities as recommended from the analysis. Action plans are currently under development, and in some cases being implemented, and are not appropriate for release for the same reasons noted in response to question 15(a).
(A copy of the attachment is available at the Chamber Support Office).
(Question No 838)
Ms Castley asked the Minister for Police and Emergency Services, upon notice, on 10 June 2022:
(1) Can the Minister provide a breakdown of all (a) reported crimes and (b) crimes that have been charged by ACT Policing, for each suburb in Yerrabi each year since 2020.
(2) What policies is the Government implementing to reduce crime in Yerrabi.
(3) What are the most common crimes in Yerrabi for 2021-22.
(4) What crimes are increasing in Yerrabi for 2021-22.
(5) What is the budget for ACT Policing in Gungahlin and how much has been spent for the year 2021-22.
(6) How many crimes have been reported in Ngunnawal and what categories have they been, for each month since May 2021.
(7) Have there been any specific programs, policies or initiatives to reduce or investigate crimes in Ngunnawal.
Mr Gentleman: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:
(1)(a)(b) Reported crimes broken down by suburb are readily and publicly available on the ACT Policing website. For ACT Policing to provide an accurate breakdown of offences charged per suburb within the electorate of Yerrabi, would be an onerous task that would unreasonably divert resources. However, resources are available to review related information via the following websites:
• ACT Policing Crime Statistics: https://www.policenews.act.gov.au/crime-statistics-and-data.
• ACT Policing Annual Reports: https://www.police.act.gov.au/about-us/publications/annual-reports#annual-report.