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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2007 Week 04 Hansard (Thursday, 3 May 2007) . . Page.. 1023 ..


The table below outlines the number of programs staff in the Rehabilitation Programs Unit and Custodial Operations from 2002–2006. Additional external facilitators are employed as required:

Table 1: Number of programs staff in the Rehabilitation Programs Unit and Custodial Operations from 2002–2006

Year

Number of staff

Staff Designations in Rehabilitation Programs Unit

Staff Designations in Remand Centres

2002

7.5

SOG B x 0.5 (Full-time, but responsible for other areas in addition to Rehabilitation Programs); SOG C x 1; PO2 x 2; ASO 6 x 1; ASO 5 x 2

ASO 5 x 1

2003

9

SOG B x 0.5 (‘see comment above’); SOG C x 1; SPOG C x 1; PO2 x 2; ASO 6 x 3.5

ASO 6 x 1

2004

11.5

SOG B x 0.5 (‘see comment above’); SOG C x 1; SPOG C x 1; PO2 x 2; ASO 6 x 5

ASO 6 x 2

2005

10.5

SOG B x 0.5 (‘see comment above’); SOG C x 1; SPOG C x 1; PO2 x 2; ASO 6 x 4

ASO 6 x 2

2006

10.3

SOG B x 0.5 (‘see comment above’); SOG C x 1; SPOG C x 1; PO2 x 2; ASO 6 x 3.8.

ASO 6 x 2

Ten staff members are projected to be employed in 2007 – two x SOG C, five x ASO 6 and one x PO2 in community-based programs and two x ASO 6 in Remand Centre programs. Additional external facilitators are employed as required.

An officer commenced employment in April 2003 as a Senior Professional Officer C. Among other duties, the position was required to provide professional supervision to program coordinators and facilitators.

Not applicable. Please see response to part 5.

The Manager, Rehabilitation Programs Unit, provided this supervision.

There is no designated position requiring the provision of clinical supervision of the Rehabilitation Programs Unit as indicated in response to part 5.

Not applicable. Please see response to part 8.

The Manager, Offender Intervention Programs, provides this supervision.

2001-2002 was the first financial year where the budget allocation for programs was separate to funding for Probation and Parole.


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