Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2006 Week 10 Hansard (17 October) . . Page.. 3152..
Territory-owned corporations—statements of corporate intent
Papers and statement by minister
MR STANHOPE (Ginninderra-Chief Minister, Treasurer, Minister for Business and Economic Development, Minister for Indigenous Affairs and Minister for the Arts): For the information of members, I present the following papers:
Territory Owned Corporations Act, pursuant to subsection 19 (3)—Statements of Corporate Intent—
ACTEW Corporation Ltd—2006/07 to 2009/10.
Rhodium Asset Solutions.
I ask for leave to make a statement in relation to the papers.
MR STANHOPE: As required by the Territory-owned Corporations Act, I have tabled statements of corporate intent for Actew Corporation Ltd and Rhodium Asset Solutions Ltd. I am required under section 19 (3) of the act to table the statements of corporate intent for those two entities within 15 sitting days. A copy of the statements has been issued to all members of the Assembly and, as such, I draw members' attention to the detail in the respective statements. I commend the papers to the Assembly.
Restorative justice-first phase review
Paper and statement by minister
MR CORBELL (Molonglo—Attorney-General, Minister for Police and Emergency Services and Minister for Planning): For the information of members, I present the following paper:
Crimes (Restorative Justice) Act, pursuant to section 75—Restorative justice—First phase review.
I ask for leave to make a statement in relation to the paper.
MR CORBELL: Today, I have presented a report on the first phase review of restorative justice. In 2004, the Stanhope government introduced legislation that saw the expansion of restorative justice options for the criminal justice system in the ACT. This was the fulfilment of a promise the Labor Party had made to the community as part of its 2001 election platform. It was also a key crime prevention and sentencing strategy of the ACT criminal justice strategic plan 2002-05.
The model of restorative justice adopted in the ACT was formed after extensive consultation with all relevant government and justice sector agencies as well as agencies in the community sector. Experts in the field of restorative justice also assisted my department to finalise the model.