|Question On Notice No. 3129 asked in the Legislative Council on 18 August 2020 by Hon Martin Aldridge |
Question Directed to the: Minister for Environment representing the Minister for Police
Minister responding: Hon M.H. Roberts
Parliament: 40 Session: 1
I refer to the Minister's media statement of 12 July 2020 entitled ‘New mini booze
buses to hit the streets’, and I ask:
(a) what was the estimated cost of replacing the full
size ‘Breath and Drug Bus 2’;
(b) how many full size breath and drug buses are in
(c) how many smaller breath and drug vans are in
(d) when are the remaining buses or vans due for
(e) on how many occasions have the buses or vans been
deployed into regional Western Australia?
Answered on 23 September 2020
The Western Australian Police Force advise:
(a) The cost of replacing the full size ‘Breath and Drug Bus 2’ with two smaller Breath and Drug Vans was $0.65 million (excluding GST). The estimated cost for replacing ‘Breath and Drug Bus 2’ with another full size bus is $1.3 million.
(d) Bus 1 (full size): 2020-21
Bus 2 (small van): Subject to small vehicle replacement of 120 000 kilometres.
Bus 3 (full size): 2022-23
Bus 4 (full size): 2022-23 (estimate)
Bus 5 (small van): Subject to small vehicle replacement of 120 000 kilometres.
(e) FY 2019-20: 20 regional deployments.