Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2003 Week 12 Hansard (20 November) . . Page.. 4540 ..
(2) How many ACT prisoners are currently located interstate;
(3) How many of those ACT prisoners located interstate are:
(c) under the age of 18;
(d) under the age of 18 and female; and
(e) under the age of 18 and male.
(4) How many prisoners are held in:
(a) maximum security prisons;
(b) medium security prisons; and
(c) low security prisons;
(5) Are any prisoners serving sentences in prison farms, if so, how many;
(6) How many ACT prisoners currently have:
(a) less than 12 months to serve;
(b) 12 months to 2 years to serve;
(c) 2 to 5 years to serve;
(d) greater than 5 years to serve;
(7) How many prisoners are in protective accommodation and:
(a) what was their offence;
(b) what is the reason for such allocation.
Mr Stanhope: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
(1) The total number of prisoners sentenced in ACT courts serving their sentences in interstate prisons, as at 1 October 2003 is one hundred and fifteen. The total numbers of interstate prisoners, by type of offence, are as follows:
Other sex offences
Unlawful entry offences
Justice procedure offences
(2) There are 115 ACT prisoners located interstate.