Branch Activity - Prisoner Transport Easter Long-Weekend

Friday, 30 March 2018

Western Region  Police transported a court bail refused prisoner in a half way run with Broken Hill Police. First Response Police utilised and gone for 3 hours from 12pm - 3pm

Western Region  transported a court bail refused prisoner in half way run with Dareton Police. I believe non first response Police used and gone for 3 hours from 12pm - 3pm.

Western Region  Police transported a court bail refused prisoner to Bathurst Gaol. First response Police utilised and gone for 2 hours from 10.45am - 12.45pm.

Western Region  Police transported a court bail refused prisoner to Wellington Gaol. Non first response Police utilised and gone for 2.5 hours from 11am - 1.30pm.

Northern Region - Byron Bay PS to Lismore Corrective Services Court Security - 50km - 2 hours return

South West Metro Region  1 car crew completed 5 hours 10 minutes of time off the road during convey to hospital and correctional facilities.

Sunday, 1 April 2018

Western Region  Police transported a court bail refused juvenile to Dubbo. First response Police utilised and gone for 8.5 hours from 12.30pm - 9pm.

Western Region  Police transported a court bail refused prisoner to Dubbo. First response Police utilised and gone for 4 hours 300 km trip. http://www.parkeschampionpost.com.au/story/5319651/transporting-prisoners-is-not-police-work/?cs=1496

Monday, 2 April 2018

Western Region  Police transported a court bail refused prisoner to Dubbo. First response Police utilised and gone for 9 hours from 11am - 8pm.

Western Region  transported a court bail refused prisoner in a half way run with Broken Hill. First response Police utilised and gone for 3 hours from 12pm - 3pm.

Western Region  Police transported a court bail refused prisoner in a half way run with Dareton. Not sure if first response Police utilised and gone for 3 hours from 12pm - 3pm

Western Region  Police had to travel 110 km round trip to Bathurst CC to convey prisoner to gaol. At the time Police had to utilise the custody officer as escorting officer disrupting first response for 2 hours without a custody officer over the long weekend

South West Metro Region  Police were called to Burwood Court Cell complex to convey a prisoner for assessment. This was done under S33 (1) and (1A) of the Mental Health (Forensic Provisions) Act 1990. This action caused a Campsie General Duties afternoon crew to be unnecessarily tied up from 1630-1910 (2hrs 40 min) at Concord Hospital.