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Australian Bureau of Statistics:

(2) What policies is the Government implementing to reduce crime in Yerrabi?

Within the Agreement between the ACT Minister for Police and Emergency Services, Australian Federal Police Commissioner, and the Chief Police Officer for the ACT for the provision of policing services to the Australian Capital Territory 2017-2021, it is an agreement to reduce crime within the ACT.

Through the Police Services Model, ACT Policing was allocated funding for an additional ten Full Time Employee (FTE) positions at Gungahlin Police Station. The additional FTE positions will be filled within the 2022-23 financial year and increase the resourcing and capabilities of the station.

(3) What are the most common crimes in Yerrabi for 2021-22?

Please see resources listed above.

(4) What crimes are increasing in Yerrabi for 2021-22?

Please see resources listed above.

(5) What is the budget for ACT Policing in Gungahlin and how much has been spent for the year 2021-22?

The budget for direct costs for Gungahlin Police Station is $5.28m. ACT Policing spent $5.33m of this budget between 1 July 2021 and 31 May 2022. This budget does not include other centrally held costs such as fleet and property, nor does it include services delivered by other ACT Policing Units including Criminal Investigations or Enabling Services for example.

(6) How many crimes have been reported in Ngunnawal and what categories have they been, for each month since May 2021?

Please see resources listed above.

(7) Have there been any specific programs, policies or initiatives to reduce or investigate crimes in Ngunnawal?

Crime reduction strategies are regularly implemented for all areas within Yerrabi, including Ngunnawal. These strategies are developed in response to intelligence trends relating to crime rates and types. Resourcing from other investigative areas such as Criminal Investigations teams are also engaged to assist in addressing reoccurring offences.

Some examples of routine crime reduction strategies include:

high visibility patrols;

plain clothes covert operations;

targeted traffic operations and enforcement; and,

social media messaging.

National Arboretum Canberra—pay parking
(Question No 839)

Ms Lawder asked the Minister for Transport and City Services, upon notice, on 10 June 2022:

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