|Question On Notice No. 2110 asked in the Legislative Council on 7 May 2019 by Hon Nick Goiran |
Question Directed to the: Leader of the House representing the Attorney General
Minister responding: Hon J.R. Quigley
Parliament: 40 Session: 1
I refer to the Ministers for Police’s response to my question on notice 1960 in relation to offenders that had charges preferred arising from Operation Fledermaus and the Pilbara Joint Response Team, and I ask:
(a) what is the total number of offenders who have had charges preferred;
(b) of that number, how many are:
(i) in custody serving a sentence arising from one of the charges;
(ii) otherwise in custody; and
(iii) not in custody;
(c) further to (b)(iii), of those not in custody, how many have an order on bail or otherwise prohibiting contact with the relevant victim; and
(d) further to (c), of that number, how many also have an order prohibiting contact with the family of the relevant victim?
Answered on 26 June 2019
(b) (i) 9
(d) This should referred to the Ministers for Police and Corrective Services.