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(3) The number of those ACT prisoners who are located interstate are:
(c) under the age of 18
(d) under the age of 18 and female
(e) under the age of 18 and male
The number of ACT interstate prisoners held in:
(a) maximum security prisons
(b) medium security prisons
(c) low security prisons
(5) The total number of prisoners serving sentences in prison farms is nineteen and the breakdown is as follows:
Brewarrina prison farm
Ivanhoe prison farm
Kirkconnell prison farm
Mannus prison farm
(6) The number of ACT interstate prisoners who currently have:
less than 12 months to serve
12 months to 2 years to serve
2 to 5 years to serve
greater than 5 years to serve
28 (including 5 with life sentences)
(7) The number of ACT interstate prisoners in protective accommodation is one.
(a) The prisoner's offence was murder.
(b) The reason for such allocation is that the prisoner is a protected witness who has provided evidence against another prisoner.
Work and family policy
(Question No 1045)
Mrs Burke asked the Minister for Economic Development, Business and Tourism, upon notice, on 22 October 2003:
In relation to 'work and family' policy:
(1) How many private businesses or organisations in the ACT (that you are aware of) have 'work and family' policies in place;
(2) How many ACT Government Departments and agencies have 'work and family' policies in place;