Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2017 Week 09 Hansard (Thursday, 24 August 2017) . . Page.. 3463 ..
(3) There is no exact time frame when ACT Policing issue a media release or social media post.
The timing of the media release and/or social media post is based on operational relevance and discussed between investigating officers, ACT Policing Media and when necessary ACT Policing Executive.
(4) At a minimum, operational media releases are approved by Station Sergeants (General Duties) and Crime Managers (Criminal Investigations), and in some instances may require approval by ACT Policing Executive.
An operational social media post will follow the same approval protocols as a media release. A proactive social media post will be approved by the Social Media Manager at a minimum, but more commonly a Station Sergeant.
(5) ACT Policing Social Media has no specific key performance indicators.
However, the team develops content in line with broader ACT Policing priorities, crime trends, whole of government road safety messaging and key performance indicators.
ACT Policing uses its social media platforms (Facebook and Twitter) as a two-way communication tool to assist in investigations, gather intelligence, provide educational and crime reduction advice and share information with the Canberra community and create a human side to the organisation.
Alexander Maconochie Centre—women detainees
(Question No 384)
Mrs Jones asked the Minister for Corrections, upon notice, on 4 August 2017:
Since prisoners were first accepted into the Alexander Maconochie Centre what was the maximum number of women being detained at any given time in (a) 2009, (b) 2010, (c) 2011, (d) 2012, (e) 2013, (f) 2014, (g) 2015 and (h) 2016.
Mr Rattenbury: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:
Below are the maximum number of women detained at the Alexander Maconochie Centre from 2009 -2016:
a) 2009 – 18 women
b) 2010 – 21 women
c) 2011 – 17 women
d) 2012 – 19 women
e) 2013 – 20 women
f) 2014 – 25 women
g) 2015 – 22 women
h) 2016 – 32 women