Budget 2013/14 Budget Paper No.3 Agency Budget Statements
Tabled paper 292
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Tabled by David Tollner
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134 Department of the Attorney-General and Justice Crime Victims Services Unit Assist the rehabilitation of victims of violent crime through the provision of financial assistance, counselling and other support including management of the Victims Register. Key Deliverables 2012-13 Mini Budget 2012-13 Estimate 2013-14 Budget Victims of Crime Assistance Act (VOCA) applications 525 525 525 Number of people on Victims Register 90 90 90 Legal Policy Develop, review and implement legislative change, and advise the Attorney-General and the government on law and justice measures. Key Deliverables 2012-13 Mini Budget 2012-13 Estimate 2013-14 Budget Bills introduced into Parliament 20 20 20 Cabinet comments completed within 5 working days 90% 90% 90% Ministers satisfaction with:1 strategic policy and program advice 5 5 5 agreed timeframes and milestones met 5 5 5 1 Measures range from rating of 1 = extremely dissatisfied through to 6 = extremely satisfied. Output Group: Court Support Services Outcome: Effective judicial support and penalty recovery services to enable delivery of justice to the community by the courts and tribunals of the Territory. Output Group/Output 2012-13 Mini Budget 2012-13 Estimate 2013-14 Budget $000 $000 $000 Court Support Services 49 013 47 605 43 853 Higher Courts 13 312 14 140 13 774 Lower Courts and Tribunals 25 785 23 365 23 171 Fines Recovery Unit 1 922 1 959 2 044 Integrated Justice Information System 7 994 8 141 4 864 Key Variation The variation in the Higher Courts output relates to one-off funding for Acting Judges and retiring judiciary in 2012-13. The variation in the Lower Courts and Tribunals output reflects savings measures across government, offset by increased funding to meet the costs of criminal matters and jury days and additional funding for replacement of the ageing Katherine Courthouses airconditioning system. The decrease in the Integrated Justice Information System (IJIS) output in 2013-14 relates to funding carried forward into 2012-13 for the modernisation of IJIS.
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