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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2021 Week 08 Hansard (Thursday, 5 August 2021) . . Page.. 2481 ..


(3) See table below.

Financial years

Company

Project deliverables

Contract price (excluding GST)

Across

2016-2017 and

2017-2018

ThinkPlace

Family Safety Hub development

$173,778.10

2017-2018

Danny O’Neill

Family Safety Hub development

$3,600.00

2017-2018

Reason Group

Initial planning for the Family Safety Hub

$22,000 .00

Across 2017-2018 and 2018-2019

Reason Group

Design of the Family Safety Hub architecture

$180,454.54

Across 2017-2018 and 2018-2019

Reason Group

Projects and research service

$90,890.00

Across 2017-2018 and 2018-2019

ThinkPlace

Reponses for pregnant women and new parents at risk of domestic and family violence

$77,417.27

2018-2019

Reason Group

Family Safety Hub evaluation framework

$158,181.82

2018-2019

Health Justice Australia

Reponses for pregnant women and new parents at risk of domestic and family violence

$20,930.10

2018-2019

ThinkPlace

Reponses for pregnant women and new parents at risk of domestic and family violence

$22,690.91

2018-2019

Mentally Friendly (now Future Friendly)

Prevention of housing and financial crisis

$25,809.09

2018-2019

Mentally Friendly (now Future Friendly)

Prevention of housing and financial crisis

$73,253.91

2018-2019

Misha Kaur

Research and other support for the Family Safety Hub

$26,131.15

Across 2018-2019 And 2019-2020

Cinden Lester

Communications support for the Family Safety Hub

$17,920.00

2019-2020

Mentally Friendly (now Future Friendly)

Prevention of housing and financial crisis

$51,040.29


Domestic and family violence—government employee training(Question No 326)

Mrs Kikkert asked the Minister for the Prevention of Domestic and Family Violence, upon notice, on 4 June 2021:

(1) How many ACT government staff in the Chief Minister, Treasury and Economic Development Directorate (CMTEDD) have received training in responding to family violence.

(2) How many received the (a) tier one and (b) tier two training.

(3) What percentage of CMTEDD staff have received either tier one or two training.

(4) Which organisation is taking charge of providing the training and workshops to CMTEDD.

(5) How many ACT government staff in the Community Services Directorate (CSD) have received training in responding to family violence.

(6) How many received the (a) tier one and (b) tier two training.


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