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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2019 Week 07 Hansard (Thursday, 1 August 2019) . . Page.. 2659 ..


(3) In relation to part (2), can the Minister advise why (a) priority one; (b) priority two, (c) priority three incidents or crimes, were not attended to within the target time frames.

(4) In relation to part (2) can the Minister advise why (a) incidents or crimes were attended to by police officers after 48 hours and (b) incidents or crimes were not attended to by police officers at all, and how are these reported incidents or crimes handled by ACT Policing.

(5) What is the (a) national benchmark and (b) ACT target for response times for each (i) type and (ii) priority of incident or crime for each financial year since 2015-16 to date.

(6) In relation to part 5, what was the (a) minimum, (b) median, (c) average and (d) maximum amount of time it took for ACT Policing to attend reported incidents or crimes broken down by (i) type, (ii) suburb and (iii) priority each financial year since 2015-16 to date.

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

(A copy of the answer is available at the Chamber Support Office).


Education—staff welfare(Question No 2491)

Mr Coe asked the Minister for Education and Early Childhood Development, upon notice, on 5 April 2019:

(1) In relation to questions on notice Nos 2200-2237, for each year since 2013-14 to date what is the number of (a) occupational violence, (b) bullying and harassment and (c) mental stress incidents reported by (i) teachers, (ii) principals, (iii) school administrative staff, (iv) support workers or aids, (v) volunteers, (vi) Education Directorate public servants and (vii) any other relevant category of person.

(2) In relation to questions on notice Nos 2200-2237, for each year since 2013-14 to date what is the number of (a) occupational violence, (b) bullying and harassment and (c) mental stress incidents which have been perpetrated or caused by (i) students, (ii) teachers, (iii) principals, (iv) school administrative staff, (v) support workers or aids, (vi) volunteers, (vii) Education Directorate public servants and (viii) any other relevant category of person.

(3) In relation to questions on notice Nos 2200-2237, for each financial year since 2013-14 to date what is the number of (a) occupational violence, (b) bullying and harassment and (c) mental stress incidents reported broken down by region.

(4) In relation to questions on notice Nos 2200-2237, why has the number of (a) occupational violence, (b) bullying and harassment and (c) mental stress incidents increased in the Education Directorate at a higher rate than other directorates.

(5) In relation to part (4), what trends have been identified from the (a) occupational violence, (b) bullying and harassment and (c) mental stress incidents reported from 2013-14 to date and (i) when was each trend first identified, (ii) what tracking or monitoring has been undertaken on these trends and (iii) what future tracking or monitoring will be undertaken on these trends.


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