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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2005 Week 04 Hansard (Thursday, 17 March 2005 2005) . . Page.. 1292 ..


premises', 'Property found', 'Recovered stolen motor vehicle', 'SMV - stolen ACT recovered ACT', 'SMV stolen interstate recovered ACT', 'Stolen motor vehicle', 'Cash transaction referrals',' Armed robbery', 'Evade taxi fare', 'Fraud', 'Robbery', 'Shop stealing', and 'Theft'.


Schools—police calls(Question No 239)

Mrs Dunne asked the Minister for Police and Emergency Services, upon notice, on 8 March 2005:

How many times in (a) 2002-2003, (b) 2003-2004 and (c) 2004 to date have police been called out to incidents of (i) violence and (ii) property crime at ACT Government schools.

Mr Hargreaves: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:

(1) a) b) c) (i) (ii) Table 1: Number of selected confirmed incidents reported in schools in the ACT where patrol attended - 01 July 2002 to 28 February 2005.

Confirmed incident type

2002-03

2003-04

1 July 2004 – 28 February 2005

Property

837

725

462

Person

138

92

54

Source: PROMIS as at 07 March 2005

Note: ‘Promis’ cannot differentiate between Government and non Government schools. To do so would require manual extraction and examination of individual incidents.

'Person' incidents include incidents with a confirmed incident type of 'Homicide', 'Assault', 'Sexual Assault', 'Sudden death', 'Suicide', 'Domestic violence incident', 'Breach DVO/RO', 'Drug incident', 'Suspicious/wanted person/vehicle', 'Missing person', 'Abduction/hostages', 'Indecent exposure', and 'Psychiatric incident'.

'Property' incidents include incidents with a confirmed incident type of 'False alarm', 'Alarm', 'Alarm-holdup', 'Property damage', 'Burglary', 'Criminal damage', 'Offenders on premises', 'Property found', 'Recovered stolen motor vehicle', 'SMV - stolen ACT recovered ACT', 'SMV stolen interstate recovered ACT', 'Stolen motor vehicle', 'Cash transaction referrals',' Armed robbery', 'Evade taxi fare', 'Fraud', 'Robbery', 'Shop stealing', and 'Theft'.


Housing—assistance(Question No 253)

Mrs Burke asked the Minister for Disability, Housing and Community Services, upon notice, on 9 March 2005:

What outreach programs does Housing ACT implement to assist tenants who have a mental illness;

If a program does not exist in Housing ACT, how are tenants referred to the correct form of counselling service best matched to individual needs.

Mr Hargreaves: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:


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