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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2021 Week 11 Hansard (Thursday, 11 November 2021) . . Page.. 3432 ..


Program

Budget funding ‘000

Pre 2018-19

2018-19

2019-20

2020-211

2021-22

Total

Ngurrambai Bail Support Program

2102

160

305

495

482

1,652

Reducing Recidivism

0

0

784

804

824

2,412

Warrumbul Court

0

0

174

179

183

536

Yarrabi Bamirr

0

498

1,019

1,045

1,071

3,633

More support for families/ Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People Liaison Officer

0

138

281

288

296

1,003

Justice Housing Program (including Providing safer alternatives to remand)

0

1,450

11,117

4,700

2,595

19,862

Drug and Alcohol Court (including funding across a range of agencies)

0

1,583

4,271

5,996

03

11,850

Strong Connected Neighbourhoods Program 4

1,2825

285

527

515

578

3,187

Improving access to restorative justice

63

129

132

134

135

593


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1 Figures in this column for Reducing Recidivism, the Justice Housing Program, and Strong Connected Neighbourhoods, reflect original Budget decisions. They differ from the figures given in response to QTON No. 07 from the 19 February 2021 hearing which reflect actual allocations having regard to the impacts of rolled over funding.


The figure in this column for the Drug and Alcohol Court also reflects the original Budget decision. It differs from the figure at given in QTON No. 07 from the 19 February 2021 hearing which reflects the impacts of rolled over funding but not the Health offset.


2 Funds in 2017-18


3 The Drug and Alcohol Court is subject to further budget decisions of Government.


4 The Strong Connected Neighbourhoods Program has operated since 2008 under several titles and modes of program delivery


5 Funds from 2008-09 through to 2018-19.



Roads—roadworks noise(Question No 417)

Ms Castley asked the Minister for Transport and City Services, upon notice, on 17 September 2021:

(1) Can people lodge a complaint with Access Canberra about the noise from trucks.


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