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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2003 Week 3 Hansard (23 October) . . Page.. 4090..


Financial year ending 30 June 2001 (source: ACT Policing Annual Report 2000-01);

Incident Response Times

Average Response Time

Priority One

9 min 24 seconds

Priority Two

32 min 55 seconds

Priority Three

2 hours 29 minutes

Financial year ending 30 June 2002 (source: ACT Policing Annual Report 2001-02);

Incident Response Times

Average Response Time

Priority One

8 min 15 seconds

Priority Two

22 min 31 seconds

Priority Three

3 hours 55 minutes

Financial year ending30 June 2003 (source: ACT Policing Annual

Report 2002-03);

Incident Response Times

Average Response Time

Priority One

7 min 19 seconds

Priority Two

17 min 43 seconds

Priority Three

1 hour 3 seconds

Priority Four

6 hours 8 mins 19 secs

See the response to question 1 above.

Yes.

The priority response model is not based on an offence classification but on incident types which are broader than offences, for example, motor vehicle accidents and includes all probable incidents. The current four level model prioritises incidents as follows:

Priority One incidents - life threatening or time critical situations.

Priority Two incidents - situations where the information provided indicates that time is important but not critical.

Priority Three incidents - situations where there is no immediate danger to safety and property but where police attendance is needed without undue delay.

Priority Four incidents - situations requiring police attendance but where time is not important.

See answer to question 4.

WorkCover

(Question No 937)

Mr Pratt

asked the Minister for Industrial Relations, upon notice, on 23 September 2003:

In relation to recent reports:

How many reports have been prepared by ACT Workcover over the past three months;


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