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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2006 Week 9 Hansard (21 September) . . Page.. 3056..


MR STANHOPE (continuing):

I ask leave to make a statement in relation to the paper.

Leave granted.

MR STANHOPE: As required by the Financial Management Act, I table an instrument issued under section 18A of the act. The direction and a statement of reasons for the above instrument must be tabled in the Assembly within three sitting days after it is given.

This instrument provides funding of $42,814 to the Chief Minister's Department to meet rental payments for Dytin Pty Ltd for the period 12 August to 30 September 2006. Provision of this funding is consistent with the Narrabundah Long Stay Caravan Park land swap agreement entered into by the government. I commend the instrument to the Assembly.

Papers

Mr Corbell presented the following papers:

Administration of Justice—ACT Criminal Justice—Statistical Profiles—2006—

March quarter.

June quarter.

Education, Training and Young People—Standing Committee

Report 3—government response

MR BARR (Molonglo—Minister for Education and Training, Minister for Tourism, Sport and Recreation and Minister for Industrial Relations): For the information of members, I present the following paper:

Education, Training and Young People—Standing Committee—Report 3—Inquiry into Restorative Justice Principles in Youth Settings—Interim Report—Government response.

The report was presented to the Assembly on 8 June 2006. I ask leave to make a brief statement in relation to the paper.

Leave granted.

MR BARR: In tabling the government's response to the Standing Committee on Education, Training and Young People inquiry into restorative justice principles and youth settings interim report 2006, I advise the Assembly that the committee has made nine recommendations in relation to the application of restorative justice and restorative practices in juvenile settings.

Implications for action around recommendations one through seven fall within the responsibilities of the Department of Education and Training, and recommendations eight and nine fall within the responsibilities of the Department of Justice and Community Safety. The government's response indicates agreement with


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