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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2021 Week 13 Hansard (Thursday, 2 December 2021) . . Page.. 4148 ..


(4) Did any of these incidents, referred to in part (3) end in the death of the patient; if so, what was the cause of the death.

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

(1) The Hawker Tennis Court burnt down on 25 October 2018. ACT Policing recorded 27 incidents between 24 April 2018 (6 months prior to it burning down) and 23 April 2021 in the immediate vicinity of ‘’Hawker Tennis Club’’ and ‘’Hawker Oval’’.

(2) ACT Policing has reviewed the incidents and of the 27, four related to hooning and three related to vandalism. None of the 27 incidents were drug-related.

24 April 2018– 25 Oct 2018

26 Oct 2018 – 25 Oct 2019

26 Oct 2019 – 25 Oct 2020

26 Oct 2020 – 23 April 2021

Hooning

0

0

2

2

Vandalism

1

0

2

0

(3) The ACT Ambulance Service (ACTAS) has reviewed its records and there is no evidence to indicate that ACTAS attended any ‘drug related incidents’ in the area of Hawker Tennis Courts and Hawker District Playing Fields between 1 January 2020 and 23 April 2021.

(4) Refer to the response to question 3.


ACT public service—workers compensation premiums(Question No 449)

Mrs Jones asked the Treasurer, upon notice, on 17 September 2021 (redirected to the Minister for Industrial Relations and Workplace Safety):

(1) For the period 1 March 2019 to 30 June 2019, what (a) was the total workers compensation premium charged to each ACT directorate and agency, (b) was the workers compensation premium charged to each ACT directorate and agency as a percentage of total salaries and wages expense incurred by each ACT directorate and (c) were the total number of claims opened by the Public Sector Workers Compensation Fund in relation to each ACT directorate or agency.

(2) For the period 1 July 2019 to 30 June 2020, what (a) was the total workers compensation premium charged to each ACT directorate and agency, (b) was the workers compensation premium charged to each ACT directorate and agency as a percentage of total salaries and wages expense incurred by each ACT directorate and (c) were the total number of claims opened by the Public Sector Workers Compensation Fund in relation to each ACT directorate or agency.

(3) For the period 1 July 2020 to 30 June 2021, what (a) was the total workers compensation premium charged to each ACT directorate and agency, (b) was the workers compensation premium charged to each ACT directorate and agency as a percentage of total salaries and wages expense incurred by each ACT Directorate and (c) were the total number of claims opened by the Public Sector Workers Compensation Fund in relation to each ACT directorate or agency.


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