Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2016 Week 01 Hansard (Thursday, 11 February 2016) . . Page.. 302 ..
Mr Corbell: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:
ACT Policing does not collate data in a format that can respond to this request. To provide the member with this information would require ACT Policing to interrogate each police incident recorded in the Police Real-time On-line Management Information System (PROMIS) and the individual records of each criminal offender, placing an unreasonable time and resource impost on ACT Policing.
I can advise the member that on 1 August 2014 the Chief Police Officer for the ACT and I announced ACT Policing Taskforce Nemesis.
Taskforce Nemesis is a dedicated team within ACT Policing’s Criminal Investigations to track, disrupt and prosecute those members of Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs (OMCG) involved in criminal activities such as drug trafficking, illegal firearms, money laundering, extortion and serious assaults.
I can advise that since April 2014, ACT Policing’s Taskforce Nemesis:
• Has executed 87 search warrants across Canberra, seizing firearms, weapons, cash, and drugs.
• Put 44 OMCG members/nominees/associates before the court, or have received court dates, together facing a total of 127 charges.
• 19 of these persons remain before the court with hearings or trials pending.
• Of the finalised prosecutions, 85% have resulted in findings of guilt.
(Question No 544)
Mr Smyth asked the Treasurer, upon notice, on 18 November 2015:
(1) What was the number of residential property transactions that paid stamp duty in (a) 2012-2013, (b) 2013-2014 and (c) 2014-2015.
(2) What was the total revenue received from residential property stamp duty in (a) 2012-2013, (b) 2013-2014 and (c) 2014-2015.
(3) What is the projected number of residential property transactions to pay stamp duty in (a) 2015-2016, (b) 2016-2017, (c) 2017-2018 and (d) 2018 2019.
(4) What is the projected revenue for residential property stamp duty to be received for (a) 2015-2016, (b) 2016-2017, (c) 2017-2018 and (d) 2018 2019.
(5) How many residential property transactions paying stamp duty were for properties for the (a) 2012-2013, (b) 2013-2014 and (c) 2014-2015 financial years were valued in the range of (i) $300 000 to $400 000, (ii) $400 001 to $500 000, (iii) $500 001 to $600 000, (iv) $600 001 to $700 000, (v) $700 001 to $800 000, (vi) $800 001 to $900 000 and (vii) above $900 001.