Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2010 Week 08 Hansard (Thursday, 19 August 2010) . . Page.. 3737 ..
(b) Disruptive and/or anti-social behaviour (i) 2007-08 = 65.22 days.
Over 30 days = 645 (ii) 2008-09 = 31.45 days. Over 30 days = 407.
(iii) 2009-10 = 23.52 days. Over 30 days = N/A*.
(c) Criminal activity (i) 2007-08 = 66.48 days. Over 30 days = 84.
(ii) 2008-09 = 30.26 days. Over 30 days = 51 (iii) 2009-10 = 21.18 days.
Over 30 days = N/A*.
* The number of complaints which took over 30 days to resolve in 2009-10 is not available at this time. A data migration error occurred in the transition to the new Homenet system which prevented closure of complaints in the system from 27 April 2010 until 30 June 2010. InTACT is working with Housing ACT to resolve this issue.
(3) Housing ACT uses the complaints process to assist in the verification of alleged tenancy breaches. The recording of complaints is not the sole determinator as to whether a matter is referred to the ACT Civil and Administrative Tribunal. Housing ACT does not record data which directly correlates a complaint received by the Complaints Management Unit with breaches of the Residential Tenancies Act 1997.
Courts—jury duty(Question No 1008)
Mr Coe asked the Attorney-General, upon notice, on 1 July 2010:
(1) How many people (a) were called for and (b) presented at the courts for jury duty in 2009.
(2) How many business days or hours were lost due to people attending or being available for jury duty in 2009.
(3) What payments were made to people to compensate them for expenses related to jury duty and what was the average payment per person, per day in 2009.
(4) What payments were made to businesses to compensate them for expenses related to staff attending jury duty and what was the average payment per person, per day in 2009.
(5) Does the Government plan to make any changes to the process for calling people for jury duty.
(6) Has the Government considered proposals to compensate business for staff absent for reasons related to jury duty; if so, what were the conclusions of this consideration.
Mr Corbell: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:
1. (a) In 2009, 2598 people were summoned to attend jury service
(b) Of those summoned 982 attended for jury service.
2. The court does not have information to enable this question to be answered.