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The Police Minister has announced the signing of another ACT Policing Purchase Agreement and it seems behaviour on the road is the big focus for the next year, along with response times:
“The amount of priority one (within eight minutes) and two (within 20 minutes) incidents responded to within national benchmarks, have been increased by 15 per cent and 10 per cent respectively, to revised targets of 75 per cent and 70 per cent of calls received,” he said.
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Mr Corbell said the government was also acting on the Canberra community’s concerns about anti-social behaviour on the Territory’s roads.
“The ministerial direction I have signed today specifically addresses this concern with a requirement for ACT Policing to focus operations on anti-social and dangerous driving behaviours on Canberra roads,” he said.
“Another continuing key focus for ACT Policing will be to improve on great results in the fight against property crime.
[Photo Courtesy Simon Corbell’s office]