Budget 2012-2013 Budget Paper No.3 The Budget
Tabled paper 1785
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Tabled By Delia Lawrie
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47 Northern Territory Police, Fire and Emergency Services Key Deliverables 2011-12 Budget 2011-12 Estimate 2012-13 Budget Hours of frontline police time delivered to the community 668 000 669 000 699 000 Community programs, meetings and forums delivered1 5 000 5 000 5 000 An environment where the proportion of people surveyed felt safe or very safe at home alone during the day2,3 national average national average national average An environment where the proportion of people surveyed felt safe or very safe at home alone during the night2,4 national average national average national average An environment where the proportion of people surveyed said they were satisfied or very satisfied with police services2,5 national average national average national average 1 Programs delivered include community advisory committees, forums, meetings and public events attended. Also includes exercises conducted, or participated in, relating to threats, emergencies and disasters. 2 Source: National Survey of Community Satisfaction with Policing commissioned by the Australian and New Zealand Police Advisory Agency (ANZPAA) and conducted by the Social Research Centre. Data is based on responses from people 15years and over. 3 The national average for 2010-11 was 95.1 per cent. 4 The national average for 2010-11 was 87.1 per cent. 5 The national average for 2010-11 was 74.7 per cent. Output Group: General Policing, Crime Detection, Investigation and Prosecution Outcome: Effective and efficient response, investigation and prosecution services. Output Group/Output 2011-12 Budget 2011-12 Estimate 2012-13 Budget $000 $000 $000 General Policing, Crime Detection, Investigation and Prosecution 170 946 174 531 179 792 Response and Recovery Services 54 900 56 051 57 741 Investigations 74 764 76 332 78 633 Services to Judicial Process 41 282 42 148 43 418 Key Variations The increase in 2012-13 is largely the result of additional Commonwealth funding, under the MOU with DIAC, for the provision of police services to immigration detention facilities. Response and Recovery Services Provides the capacity to respond to requests for assistance from the community, including: call centre operations; response tasking; incident attendance; search and rescue operations; and incident recovery services.
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