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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43 Northern Territory Police, Fire and Emergency Services Output Group/Output 2012-13 Estimate 2013-14 Budget $000 $000 Community Safety and Crime Prevention 107 997 114 070 Community Safety and Crime Prevention 107 997 114 070 General Policing, Crime Detection, Investigation and Prosecution 193 684 208 590 Response and Recovery Services 62 202 67 384 Investigations 84 709 91 833 Services to the Judicial Process 46 773 49 373 Road Safety Services 27 352 29 647 Road Safety Services 27 352 29 647 Fire Prevention and Response Management 37 320 37 862 Fire Prevention and Response Management 37 320 37 862 Emergency Services 5 253 3 998 Emergency Services 5 253 3 998 Total Expenses 371 606 394 167 Appropriation Output 286 865 306 521 Capital 8 781 10 843 Commonwealth 7 604 23 120 2013-14 Staffing: 2019 Agency Profile The Northern Territory Police, Fire and Emergency Services is a tri-service comprising the Northern Territory Police Force, the Northern Territory Fire and Rescue Service and the Northern Territory Emergency Service. The Commissioner of Police exercises chief executive officer authority over all three entities. Strategic Issues for 2013-14 Ensuring the effective and efficient allocation and use of resources and progressing innovative solutions. Demonstrating integrity and accountability across the agency. Keeping the community safe through focusing on operational excellence and: delivering highly visible frontline police services; implementing crime reduction initiatives focusing on preventing and reducing the level of victim-based crime; preventing and reducing the level of re-offending; targeting alcohol-related crime and public order issues; and working with key stakeholders, including other government agencies, non-government organisations, the private sector and the community to enhance public safety. Improving safety on Territory roads through education and enforcement. Providing responsive and professional customer service that enhances community perceptions of safety.
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