Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2003 Week 2 Hansard (6 March) . . Page.. 796 ..
These allocations were provided in accordance with the Business Plan submitted by the Manuka Oval Management Company in December 2001 identifying an operating subsidy far in excess of the $150,000 would be required. According to the Business Plan an additional $162,000 in 2002/3 and $90,000 in 2003/4 and 2004/5 would be required to meet the government's obligation under the agreement. It is understood that the reason for the sought funding drop in the out years is due to alternative revenue streams becoming available at that time.
Detainees and remandees
(Question No 458)
Mr Smyth asked the Attorney General, upon notice, on 11 March 2003.
In relation to the number of detainees and remandees in the ACT:
(1) Can the Minister provide figures showing the number of remandees at (a) Belconnen Remand Centre, (b) Quamby and (c) the Temporary Remand Centre at Symonston, for each month from November 2002 to February 2003;
(2) How many prisoners have been transferred interstate each month from
November 2002 to February 2003;
(3) What has been the cost each month from November 2002 to February 2003 of transporting prisoners interstate;
(4) What has been the cost each month from November 2002 to February 2003 of transporting detainees in the ACT;
(5) What was the monthly cost of holding prisoners interstate for November and December 2002 and January and February 2003;
(6) What is the operational cost to date of the Temporary Remand Centre at Symonston and how many staff are currently employed to work there;
(7) On how many occasions between 1 November 2002 and 28 February 2003 have the cells at the Court House been used to house remandees overnight.
Mr Stanhope: The answer to the Member's question is as follows:
a) For each month from 1 November 2002 to 28 February 2003, the average daily number of remandees accommodated at the Belconnen Remand Centre was:
69 in November 2002
56 in December 2002
51 in January 2003
53 in February 2003