|Question On Notice No. 2395 asked in the Legislative Council on 15 August 2019 by Hon Martin Aldridge |
Question Directed to the: Minister for Environment representing the Minister for Police; Road Safety
Minister responding: Hon M.H. Roberts
Parliament: 40 Session: 1
Tabled Paper No: 3060- View tabled paper
I refer to travel
undertaken by the Minister for Police and the Commissioner for Police between
1/7/18 and 5/7/18 to Broome and I ask:
(a) Please table a
complete and unredacted copy of the itinerary;
(b) Why did the Police
Commissioner’s spouse accompany him during the travel;
(c) Does the State
Government policy for ministerial air charter permit travel on government
aircraft by spouses of public servants; and
(d) If yes to (c) please
table the relevant section of the policy?
Answered on 18 September 2019
(a) Please refer to tabled paper [ ].
(b) The Western Australian Police Force advise the Commissioner’s wife accompanies the Commissioner to policing and community events to support the police and community members.
(c)-(d) The guidelines for travel by non-Government passengers on Government aircraft or charter which are unchanged from those applicable under the previous government include that a non-government passenger forms part of an official party for a government initiated event or function.