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Actions for Improving Legal and Safe Driving Among Aboriginal People

Improving Legal and Safe Driving Among Aboriginal People

Transport
Finance
Justice
Whole of Government
Management and administration

Government responses to improve legal and safe driving among Aboriginal people have had limited success reducing Aboriginal peoples’ over-representation in road accident fatalities, traffic-related offending and imprisonments.   Parliamentary reference - Report number #238 - released 19 December 2013

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Actions for Volume Six 2013 focusing on Law, Order and Emergency Services

Volume Six 2013 focusing on Law, Order and Emergency Services

Justice
Compliance
Fraud
Project management
Workforce and capability

We issued unqualified audit opinions on the above agencies’ 30 June 2013 financial statements. During the year, The Treasury issued TC 13/01 ‘Mandatory early close procedures for 2013’. As a result, the law and order services agencies were required to perform early close procedures. All law and order service agencies were broadly successful in performing the procedures, which helped them submit financial statements by an earlier due date. This in turn en

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Actions for Cost of Alcohol Abuse to the NSW Government

Cost of Alcohol Abuse to the NSW Government

Treasury
Justice
Health
Premier and Cabinet
Management and administration
Regulation

The NSW Government does not estimate or report the total cost of alcohol abuse. The Audit Office of New South Wales’ sponsored research estimates it costs the government over $1 billion a year, or around $416 from each NSW household.   Parliamentary reference - Report number #235 - released 6 August 2013

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Actions for Managing Drug Exhibits and other High Profile Goods

Managing Drug Exhibits and other High Profile Goods

Justice
Compliance
Information technology
Internal controls and governance
Management and administration
Risk

Some drug exhibits and other high profile goods, such as firearms, ammunition, vehicles and vessels, are held longer than necessary by NSW Police, increasing health and safety risks and storage costs.   Parliamentary reference - Report number #227 - released 28 February 2013

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Actions for Follow-up audits: School accountability and improvement model and Management of Court waiting times

Follow-up audits: School accountability and improvement model and Management of Court waiting times

Justice
Education
Management and administration

Over 96 per cent of the audit recommendations made were accepted by the agencies. And more than half of these recommendations have been implemented. In addition, many of the problems identified in the 1999 audits have been addressed. For over 90 per cent of recommendations there has been some measurable change in practices or performance. In general, the approach taken by the agencies to monitor and report on the progress of implementation could be impr

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Actions for Follow-up audits: Police response to calls for assistance, The levying and collection of Land Tax and Coordination of bushfire fighting activities

Follow-up audits: Police response to calls for assistance, The levying and collection of Land Tax and Coordination of bushfire fighting activities

Justice
Finance
Management and administration
Service delivery

The acceptance of audit recommendations by agencies in the current review was high and represented 96 per cent of the recommendations made. In addition, half of the recommendations in the 1998 audits have been adequately addressed and for over 70 per cent of recommendations there has been some measurable change in practices or performance. But overall, most of these improvements have been incremental. And, for nearly one third of the recommendations, ch

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Actions for NSW Correctional Industries

NSW Correctional Industries

Justice
Management and administration
Service delivery

Correctional Industries (CIs) have come a long way in NSW.  CIs have grown to employ rates of inmates which rank amongst the highest in the world.  This is a commendable achievement by the Department. Whilst there are other notable achievements to date, the Audit Office believes that CIs have developed to a stage where they can, and should, tackle even more challenging issues. The audit is found that to optimise the development of inmates for employabil