|Question On Notice No. 2074 asked in the Legislative Council on 9 April 2019 by Hon Alison Xamon |
Question Directed to the: Minister for Environment representing the Minister for Corrective Services
Minister responding: Hon F.M. Logan
Parliament: 40 Session: 1
refer to my question on notice 441, answered on 6 December 2017, and I ask:
a new security and classification tool now been implemented;
yes to (a), will the Minister please provide information about the tool,
the security classifications of individual young people are determined;
different security classifications available;
often each young person’s security classification is reviewed;
numbers of young people currently accommodated at Banksia Hill Detention in
each security classification;
the security classification is used to determine where young people will be
young people with different security classifications are accommodated together;
there is now an established minimum-security regime;
(viii) if yes to (vii), please describe this regime;
no to (vii), why not;
yes to (a), has the tool been evaluated;
yes to (c), will the Minister please table a copy of the evaluation;
no to (c), why not;
(f) if no to (d), why not; and
no to (a), why not?
Answered on 4 June 2019
(b- f) Not applicable.
(g) A security classification tool has not been implemented to date due to the focus being on the stabilisation of the Centre. Banksia Hill Detention Centre utilise a Multi-Disciplinary Team approach which informs the level of intervention and care for a young person and the most appropriate accommodation placement based on their needs.
Work is continuing on the development and implementation of a new security and assessment tool.