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NSW Government Report to Inquiry into issues relating to Redfern Waterloo

The NSW Government Report to the Legislative Council Standing Committee on Social Issues "Inquiry into issues relating to Redfern and Waterloo" provided the only comprehensive report on the Government's activities in Redfern Waterloo. In the absence of the draft RED Strategy this report provided some indication of the NSW Government thinking about the area.
File PART 1: BACKGROUND INFORMATION
1 INTRODUCTION 1 / 1.1 Committee Terms of Reference and submission approach 1 / 1.2 Structure 2 / 1.3 Recent key achievements 3 / 2 DESCRIPTION OF AREA 9 / 2.1 A Snapshot of Redfern and Waterloo 10 / 2.2 Complexity of issues in Redfern and Waterloo 12 / 2.3 2004 amalgamation of South Sydney City Council and the City of Sydney Council 13 / 3 DEMOGRAPHIC PROFILE: REDFERN AND WATERLOO 15 / 3.1 Introduction 15 / 3.2 Population - basic demographics 15 / 3.2.1 Total population 15 / 3.2.2 Indigenous population 16 / 3.2.3 Overseas born population 16 / 3.2.3.1 Selected characteristics of overseas born population 17 / 3.2.3.1.1 Year of arrival 17 / 3.2.3.1.2 Language spoken at home 18 / 3.2.3.1.3 Proficiency in English 18 / 3.3 Gender profile 19 / 3.3.1 Total population 19 / 3.3.2 Indigenous population 19 / 3.3.3 Overseas born population 19 / 3.4 Size and composition of households 20 / 3.4.1 Total households 20 / 3.4.2 Indigenous households 21 / 3.5 Family type23 / 3.5.1 Total population23 / 3.5.2 Indigenous population24 / 3.6 Age profile 24 / 3.6.1 Profile for total population 24 / 3.6.2 Profile for Indigenous population 25 / 3.6.3 Profile of children 27 / 3.6.3.1 Total population 27 / 3.6.3.2 Profile of Indigenous children in Redfern and Waterloo 27/ 3.6.4 Profile of young people in Redfern and Waterloo 28 / 3.6.4.1 Total population 28 / 3.6.4.2 Indigenous population 28 / 3.6.5 Current education attendance profile 29 / 3.6.5.1 Data for total population 29 / 3.6.5.2 Indigenous population 30 / 4 SOCIO-ECONOMIC INDICATORS FROM THE CENSUS COMMUNITY PROFILES FOR REDFERN AND WATERLOO 33 / 4.1 Educational attainment 33 / 4.1.1 Level of schooling completed 33 / 4.1.1.1 Total population 33 / 4.1.1.2 Indigenous population 34 / 4.1.2 Tertiary Qualifications 34 / 4.1.2.1 Total population 34 / 4.1.2.2 Indigenous population 34 / 4.2 Employment status 35 / 4.2.1 Labour force status 35 / 4.2.1.1 Total population 35 / 4.2.1.2 Indigenous population 36 / 4.2.2 Labour force profile of younger people 36 / 4.2.2.1 Young people in the total population of Redfern and Waterloo 36 / 4.2.2.2 Indigenous young people in Redfern and Waterloo 36 / 4.3 Occupational profile 37 / 4.3.1 Total population 37 / 4.3.2 Indigenous population 38 / 4.4 Income 38 / 4.4.1 Median incomes 38 / 4.4.1.1 Weekly individual income-total population 39 / 4.4.1.2 Weekly household income-total population 39 / 4.4.1.3 Weekly family income-total population 40 / 4.4.2 Infrastructure 41 / 4.4.2.1 Accommodation by tenure type 41 / 4.4.2.2 Accommodation by dwelling type 42 / 4.4.2.3 Public housing profile 42 / 4.4.2.4 Rent 43 / 4.4.2.5 Housing loans 43 / 4.4.2.6 Monthly loan repayments 44 / 4.4.2.7 Motor vehicles 44 / 4.4.2.8 Internet use 44 / 4.5 Other measures of disadvantage 44 / 4.6 SEIFA 2001 analysis 45 / 4.6.1 Indexes and rankings for Redfern and Waterloo 45 / 4.6.2 Indexes explained 46 / 4.6.3 Analysis of scores and rankings for Redfern and Waterloo 47 / 4.6.4 The CAR study 48 / 4.6.5 Indicators used to measure disadvantage 48 / 4.6.6 Analysis of indicators for Redfern and Waterloo 49 / 4.6.7 Factor of disadvantage 50 / 5 OVERVIEW OF SERVICES IN REDFERN AND WATERLOO 51 / 5.1 Meeting of community needs 51 / 5.2 Overview of the Human Service System 51 / Table 1: Total population of Redfern and Waterloo 16 / Table 2: Languages spoken in Redfern and Waterloo 18 / Table 3: Population of Redfern, Waterloo and Sydney by gender 19 / Table 4: Composition of households in Redfern and Waterloo 20 / Table 5: Types of Indigenous households in Redfern and Waterloo 22 / Table 6: Profile of Indigenous families in Redfern and Waterloo and all families in Redfern and Waterloo, by family type 24 / Table 7: Age profile of children under 15, Redfern and Waterloo 27 / Table 8: Age profile of Indigenous children in Redfern and Waterloo 28 / Table 9: Education institutions attended by Redfern and Waterloo residents 29 / Table 10: Education institutions attended by Redfern and Waterloo Indigenous residents 30 / Table 11: Highest level of schooling completed - person over 15 33 / Table 12: Comparison of tertiary qualifications for the Indigenous population and the total population of Redfern and Waterloo 34 / Table 13: Labour force status for Indigenous population of Redfern and Waterloo - persons over 15 36 / Table 14: Labour force status total Redfern and Waterloo population aged 15-24 years 36 / Table 15: Occupational profile of all employed persons in Redfern, Waterloo and Sydney 37 / Table 16: Occupational profile of employed Indigenous persons in Redfern and Waterloo 38 / Table 17: Median Incomes - Total population 38 / Table 18: Median Incomes - Indigenous population 39 / Table 19: Tenure types for Redfern, Waterloo and Sydney 41 / Table 20: Dwelling type 42 / Table 21: Types of public housing for Redfern, Waterloo and Sydney 42 / Table 22: Comparison of rents for total population and Indigenous population 43 / Table 23: Median monthly housing loan repayment 43 / Table 24: Monthly loan repayment 44 / Table 25: SEIFA 2001 scores and rankings for Redfern and Waterloo 45 / Table 26: Indicators of disadvantage 48 / Table 27: Quintile rankings for disadvantage indicators 49 / Graph 1: Redfern - Indigenous and overseas born people as a proportion of total population 16 / Graph 2: Waterloo - Indigenous and overseas born people as a proportion of total population 17 / Graph 3: Sydney - Indigenous and overseas born people as a proportion of population 17 / Graph 4: Proficiency in English for people born overseas 18 / Graph 5: Profile of family types in Redfern, Waterloo and Sydney 23 / Graph 6: Age groupings, proportions of total population, Redfern, Waterloo and Sydney 25 / Graph 7: Age groupings, proportions of Indigenous population in Redfern and Waterloo 26 / Graph 8: Labour force status for Redfern and Waterloo - persons over 15 35 / Graph 9: Weekly individual income - Redfern and Waterloo, compared to Sydney 39 / Graph 10: Weekly household income for Redfern and Waterloo, compared to Sydney 39 / Graph 11: Total weekly family income 41 / Graph 12: Tenure type by location 42 / Figure 1: Area covered in surrounding linked communities 9 / Figure 2: Facilities in Redfern and Waterloo 10 /
File PART 2: THE NEED TO WORK TOGETHER
6 WHOLE OF GOVERNMENT/COMMUNITY APPROACH 53 / 6.1 NSW Government's commitment to strengthening communities 53 / 6.2 Why a whole of government approach? 54 / 6.3 International responses to disadvantaged communities 55 / 6.3.1 Ireland 55 / 6.3.2 United Kingdom 58 / 6.4 Overview of place focused approaches in Australia 59 / 7 FRAMEWORK FOR APPROACH TO REDFERN AND WATERLOO 61 / 7.1 The Redfern and Waterloo approach 61 / 8 ROLE OF THE REDFERN/WATERLOO PARTNERSHIP PROJECT 65 / 8.1 Rationale for the approach 65 / 8.2 Redfern/Waterloo Partnership Team 66 / 8.2.1 Examples of responses 67 / 8.2.1.1 Crisis management responses 67 / 8.2.1.2 Mid term programs 67 / 8.2.1.3 Longer term approaches 68 / Figure 3: Scope and purpose of whole of government approach 61 /
File PART 5: PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT
18 INFRASTRUCTURE 183 / 16.1 Overview 183 / 16.2 RED Strategy 183 / 16.2.1 Principles of the RED Strategy 188 / 16.3 Proposed infrastructure developments 190 / 16.3.1 The upgrading of Redfern Station 191 / 16.3.2 The redevelopment of the TNT Towers 192 / 16.3.3 The redevelopment of The Block 192 / 16.3.4 The Australian Technology Park 192 / 17 PUBLIC DOMAIN 195 / 17.1 Revitalising Redfern shopping precinct 195 / 17.1.1 Increasing the working and living population 195 / 17.1.2 Reducing the impact of regional traffic 196 / 17.1.3 Redevelopment of Redfern Station 196 / 17.1.4 Increasing safety and security 196 / 17.1.5 Improving the urban environment 196 / 17.2 RED cultural precinct 197 / 17.3 Open spaces 198 / 17.3.1 Redfern Oval 201 / 18 TRAFFIC AND TRANSPORT 205 / 18.1 Overview 205 / 18.2 Regional traffic impacts 205 / 18.2.1 Road safety enhancements 207 / 18.3 Public transport 207 / 18.3.1 Rail services 207 / 18.3.2 Bus services 207 / 19 HOUSING 209 / 19.1 Outline 209 / 19.2 Affordable housing 209 / 19.2.1 Affordable housing and the RED Strategy 210 / 19.3 Public housing 211 / 19.3.1 Services provided to residents 212 / 19.3.2 Residents' views 213 / 19.3.3 Future infrastructure plans 213 / 19.4 Aboriginal housing 214 / 19.4.1 The Aboriginal Housing Office 214 / 19.4.2 The Block 217 / 19.4.2.1 Current environment 217 / 19.4.2.2 Redevelopment options 219 / 19.4.3 The Aboriginal Housing Company 221 / 19.4.3.1 Government funding 221 / 19.4.3.2 Strengthening the capacity of the AHC 222 / 19.4.4 Other Aboriginal land 225 / 19.5 Supported accommodation 225 / 19.5.1 The Mercy Arms/South West Inner Sydney Housing Co-operative Transitional Housing Project 225 / 19.5.2 The Women's Housing Company 226 / 19.5.3 Bondi Youth Accommodation Services 226 / 19.5.4 South Sydney Youth Services 226 / 19.5.5 Bennelong Housing Company 226 / 19.5.6 Guidelines for intervention 227 / 19.6 Homelessness 227 / 19.6.1 The Partnership Against Homelessness 228 / 19.6.1.1 Homelessness Action Team Support and Outreach Service 228 / 19.6.1.2 Inner City Sydney Aboriginal Homelessness Project 229 / Table 31: Profile of tenants in public housing in Redfern and Waterloo 212 / Figure 6: Area covered by the RED Strategy 184 / Figure 7: Major land owners in the RED area 185 / Figure 8: RED Strategy process 187 / Figure 9: Open space 199 / Figure 10: Proximity to open spaces outside of the area 200 / Figure 11: Redfern Oval Options 203 / Figure 12: Road structure 206 / Figure 13: Bus routes 208 / Figure 14: Land ownership in and around The Block 218 / Figure 15: Concept plans for redevelopment of The Block by the AHC 220 /
File PART 3: COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT AND COMMUNITY RELATIONS
9 COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT 69 / 9.1 Overview 69 / 9.2 Governance structure for whole of government/community approach 70 / 9.3 Continuing community engagement 72 / 9.3.1 Redfern/Waterloo Partnership Project Team 72 / 9.3.2 Redfern/Waterloo Community Council 73 / 9.3.3 Taskforces 75 / 9.3.4 Linking to existing structures 75 / 9.3.5 Neighbourhood Advisory Boards 76 / 9.3.6 Aboriginal Community Liaison Officers (ACLOs) 76 / 9.4 Community consultations 76 / 9.4.1 Human Services Review 77 / 9.4.2 Community consultation on the RED Strategy 79 / 9.4.2.1 Findings and/or recommendations 79 / 9.4.3 Community engagement consultancy 81 / 9.4.3.1 Findings and/or recommendations 82 / 9.4.3.1.1 Community well being 82 / 9.4.3.1.2 Community safety and justice 88 / 9.4.3.1.3 Physical environment 90 / 9.4.4 Building a Better Future for our Children 95 / 9.4.4.1 Findings and/or recommendations 96 / 9.4.5 Redfern-Waterloo Pathways to Prevention project 99 / 9.4.5.1 Findings and/or recommendations 99 / 9.4.6 Youth consultation report 100 / 9.4.6.1 Findings and/or recommendations 100 / 9.4.7 Redfern/Waterloo Youth Services Review 101 / 10 COMMUNITY RELATIONS AND CAPACITY BUILDING 103 / 10.1 Community relations strategies by Police in Redfern and Waterloo 103 / 10.1.1 RailCorp Aboriginal Network Committee 104 / 10.1.2 Community greening program 104 / 10.1.3 Redfern Estate Neighbourhood Centre 105 / 10.1.4 WorkVentures Connect Neighbourhood Technology Centre 105 / 10.1.5 Housing Communities Assistance Program 106 / 10.1.6 Licensing sessions 106 / 10.1.7 Learner driver programs 106 / 10.1.8 Elsa Dixon Aboriginal Employment Program 107 / 10.1.9 Memorandum of Understanding between the NSW Premier's Department and BP Australia 107 / 10.1.10 Redfern/Waterloo Community Development Project 107 / 10.1.11 Framework for doing business with Aboriginal communities 107 / 10.1.12 Energy Accounts Payment Assistance Scheme 108 / Figure 4: Governance model 71 /
File PART 4B: COMMUNITY WELL-BEING
13 EMPLOYMENT 139 / 13.1 Outline 139 / 13.2 Employment statistics 139 / 13.3 Employment and Training Taskforce 140 / 13.4 The Skilling and Employment Strategy and Business Plan 142 / 13.5 The RED Strategy 143 / 13.5.1 Increasing supply of employment land 143 / 13.5.2 Matching the unemployed to employment opportunities 144 / 13.5.3 Delivering employment outcomes through government contracts 144 / 13.5.4 Brokering employment partnerships between Sydney University and the community 145 / 13.6 Employment and training opportunities for social housing residents 145 / 13.6.1 Handyperson Program 145 / 13.6.2 WorkiT Employment and Training Program 145 / 13.6.3 Tenant employment initiatives 145 / 14 FAMILIES AND CHILDREN 147 / 14.1 Strengthening service delivery 147 / 14.1.1 Family support enhancements 148 / 14.1.2 Youth services 148 / 14.2 Family and child assistance 149 / 14.2.1 Statewide initiatives 150 / 14.2.1.1 Families First 150 / 14.2.1.2 Better Futures 151 / 14.2.1.3 Aboriginal child, youth and family strategy 151 / 14.2.2 Kidspeak 152 / 14.2.3 Arts initiatives 152 / 14.2.4 Holiday program 153 / 14.2.5 Pathways to Prevention 154 / 14.2.6 Police work with families and children 156 / 14.2.6.1 Police and Community Youth Clubs 156 / 14.2.6.2 Police and Redfern Kids Camp 157 / 14.2.7 Streetbeat bus project 158 / 14.2.8 Redfern/Waterloo Street Team 159 / 14.2.9 Aboriginal women's spiritual healing project 160 / 14.2.10 Gambling issues for Aboriginal women 161 / 14.3 Intensive and specialised family support 161 / 14.3.1 Intensive Family Support Service 163 / 14.3.2 Yallamundi Intensive Family Based Service 163 / 14.3.3 In-Home Support for Aboriginal Families Service 166 / 14.3.4 Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) Family Counselling Service 166 / 14.3.5 Child protection and out-of-home care 167 / 14.3.5.1 Child protection reports 168 / 14.3.5.1.1 Level 3 reports 173 / 14.3.5.1.2 Kinship care 174 / 14.3.5.2 Additional services provided by non-government organisations 175 / 14.4 Young offenders 176 / 14.5 Case coordination and brokerage of services 176 / 14.6 Aboriginal family violence 177 / 14.6.1 Research on violence 177 / 14.6.2 Aboriginal family violence initiative 178 / 15 OLDER PEOPLE AND PEOPLE WITH A DISABILITY 179 / 15.1 Statistical profile 179 / 15.2 Overview of Government service provision 179 / 15.3 Programs for Aboriginal people 180 / 15.4 Programs for people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds 181 / 15.5 Programs for homeless people 181 / Table 28 Perceived barriers to employment 141 / Table 29: Child Protection Reports July 2002 - June 2003 169 / Table 30: Out of Home Care - Redfern and Waterloo 175 / Figure 5: Police camp group 157 /
File PART 4A: COMMUNITY WELL-BEING
11 HEALTH AND WELL-BEING 109 / 11.1 Area Health Services 109 / 11.2 Early years 110 / 11.3 Youth strategies 112 / 11.4 Women's services 114 / 11.5 Aboriginal health 114 / 11.5.1 Overview 114 / 11.5.2 Health strategies 117 / 11.6 Co-morbidity 118 / 11.7 Drug and alcohol issues 119 / 11.7.1 Aboriginal community views 119 / 11.7.2 Anti-Drug Strategy 119 / 11.7.2.1 Harm minimisation approach 119 / 11.7.3 Drugs and community action 121 / 11.7.4 Drug crime diversion 122 / 11.7.5 Disability and mental health 122 / 11.7.6 Homeless and intoxicated persons 124 / 11.8 Injury prevention 124 / 11.8.1 Road safety for children 124 / 11.8.2 Aboriginal road safety program 124 / 11.9 Sport and recreation 125 / 12 EDUCATION 127 / 12.1 Schools servicing Redfern and Waterloo 127 / 12.1.1 School interventions 128 / 12.1.2 Connect Redfern 130 / 12.1.3 Links to Learning 130 / 12.1.4 Aboriginal Studies Access Scheme 132 / 12.1.5 Students from low socio-economic status backgrounds 133 / 12.2 TAFE 135 / 12.2.1 Programs for young people at risk 135 / 12.2.2 Programs for disadvantaged groups 136 / 12.3 Aboriginal staffing 136 / 12.4 Commonwealth strategies 138 / 12.5 Additional education programs 138 /
File PART 6: COMMUNITY SAFETY AND JUSTICE
20 CRIME PREVENTION 231 / 20.1 Overview 231 / 20.1.1 Redfern and Waterloo community views 231 / 20.1.2 Crime statistics 234 / 20.2 Fear of crime 236 / 20.3 Urban design 237 / 20.4 Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) 237 / 20.4.1 The NSW Government and CPTED 238 / 20.4.2 Redfern, Waterloo, Eveleigh, Darlington (RED) Strategy 239 / 20.4.3 Maintenance and immediate improvements 239 / 20.5 Interventions with families at crucial transition points 241 / 20.5.1 Police youth strategies 243 / 20.5.2 Case coordination and brokerage of services 244 / 20.6 Redfern/Waterloo Anti-Drug Strategy 246 / 20.6.1 Background 246 / 20.6.2 Strategy implementation 246 / 20.6.3 Achievements of the RWADS 248 / 20.6.4 Liquor Licensing Accord 251 / 20.6.5 Demolition and closure of drug houses 252 / 20.6.6 Mobile Needle and Syringe Service 253 / 20.6.6.1 History 253 / 20.6.6.2 Health views 254 / 20.6.6.3 NSW Police views 254 / 20.6.6.4 Community views 255 / 20.6.6.5 Issues 256 / 20.6.6.6 Further Government actions 256 / 20.7 Community Safety Plan 258 / 20.8 Police community safety strategies 259 / 20.9 Fact Tree relocation 260 / 21 POLICING 263 / 21.1 Overview 263 / 21.2 Key challenges 264 / 21.2.1 Robbery 264 / 21.2.1.1 Incidents in Redfern 264 / 21.2.1.2 Incidents in Waterloo 265 / 21.2.2 Steal from motor vehicle 265 / 21.2.3 Break, enter and steal, and steal offences 266 / 21.2.4 Assaults 266 / 21.2.5 Drug offences 266 / 21.3 Police enforcement and intervention strategies 266 / 21.3.1 High Visibility Policing (HVP) 267 / 21.3.1.1 Operation Vikings 267 / 21.3.1.2 Operation Concertinas 268 / 21.3.2 Policing drug offences and related crime 268 / 21.3.3 Other operational policing strategies 269 / 21.3.3.1 Suspect Target Management Plan 269 / 21.3.3.2 Source management 269 / 21.3.3.3 Public Order Management 269 / 21.3.4 Special Operations 270 / 21.3.4.1 Operation Players 270 / 21.3.4.2 Operation Fury 270 / 21.3.4.3 SHARKX 270 / 21.3.4.4 Heroin Early Warning Indicators Program 270 / 21.3.5 Crime management strategies 271 / 21.4 Additional policing issues 272 / 21.4.1 Domestic violence 272 / 21.4.2 Bus operations 272 / 21.4.3 Aboriginal issues 274 / 21.4.3.1 Community views 274 / 21.4.3.2 Policing strategies 275 / 21.4.3.3 Policing challenges 276 / 21.5 Crisis management - Redfern riot on 15 February 2004 276 / 21.5.1 Events leading up to the riot 277 / 21.5.2 An account of the riot 277 / 21.5.3 Resulting investigations 279 / 21.5.4 Police review of the riot 280 / 21.5.4.1 Equipment 280 / 21.5.4.2 Awareness and preparedness 281 / 21.5.4.3 Communication/Command and Control 281 / 21.5.5 Community engagement following the riot 281 / 21.6 Broader policing strategies and issues that impact on the area 282 / 22 JUSTICE AND CORRECTIONS 285 / 22.1 Overview 285 / 22.2 Pre-sentence interventions 285 / 22.2.1 Warnings and cautions under the Young Offenders Act 1997 285 / 22.2.1.1 Warnings 286 / 22.2.1.2 Cautions 286 / 22.2.1.3 Adult Cannabis Cautioning Scheme 287 / 22.3 Court options 287 / 22.3.1 Court orders for young offenders 287 / 22.3.2 Community based orders 289 / 22.4 Court ordered alternatives 290 / 22.4.1 Youth Justice Conferencing 290 / 22.4.2 Magistrates Early Referral Into Treatment (MERIT) program 293 / 22.4.3 Circle sentencing 294 / 22.4.4 Community Justice Groups 296 / 22.5 Post-release support programs for young people 297 / 22.6 Additional information 297 / Table 32: NSW recorded crime statistics 1999-2002 for Redfern, Waterloo, Chippendale and Darlington - Major trends 235 / Table 33: MERIT Referrals from Redfern Court since commencement 294 / Graph 13: Distribution statistics for the Needle Syringe Program - Redfern 249 / Figure 16: Locations of mobile needle and syringe van and demolished houses 250 / Figure 17: Boundaries of the NSW Police Redfern Local Area Command 263
File PART 7: RESOURCING AND LEGISLATION
23 GOVERNMENT RESOURCES 299 / 23.1 Recruitment of staff 299 / 23.2 Policing 299 / 23.2.1 Redfern LAC staff profile 299 / 23.2.2 Personal safety issues 300 / 23.2.3 Aboriginal recruitment 301 / 23.2.4 New Police Station 303 / 23.3 Department of Community Services 303 / 23.4 Surplus Government assets: the former Redfern Public School 303 / 24 LEGISLATION AND POLICY ISSUES 305 / 24.1 Privacy and Personal Information Protection Act 305 / 24.1.1 Application for an Exemption under the Privacy and Personal Information Protection Act 1998 305 / 24.1.2 Consultation regarding the application for an exemption 307 / 24.2 Crime related legislation 308 / 24.2.1 Police Powers (Drug Premises) Act 2001 308 / 24.2.2 Law Enforcement (Controlled Operations) Act 1997 309 / 24.2.3 Police and Public Safety 309 / 24.2.4 Crimes (Forensic Procedures) Act 2000 310 / 25 DOING BUSINESS DIFFERENTLY 311 / 25.1 Redfern/Waterloo Partnership Project Team 311 / 25.2 Human Services Review 311 / 25.2.1 Structural aspects of the service system and new ways of doing business 312 / 25.3 Redfern/Waterloo Street Team Enterprise Agreement 2003 313
File PART 8: APPENDICES
1 ABS CENSUS 2001 BOUNDARIES AND COUNTS -TECHNICAL ISSUES 317 / 1.1 Demographic Profile 317 / 1.2 Socio-Economic Indicators 317 / 1.3 Data limitations in ABS Indigenous data 319 / 2 GLOSSARY OF ABS CENSUS TERMS USED IN THIS SUBMISSION 321 / 3 ABS SOCIO-ECONOMIC INDEXES FOR AREAS (SEIFA) 2001 327 / 3.1 Variables Underlying Socio-Economic Indexes 327 / 3.1.1 Index of relative socio-economic advantage/disadvantage 327 / 3.1.2 Index of relative socio-economic disadvantage 328 / 3.1.3 Index of economic resources 328 / 3.1.4 Index of education and occupation 328 / 3.2 Limitations to the SEIFA data 329 / 4 ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER PRINCIPLES, CHILDREN AND YOUNG PERSONS (CARE AND PROTECTION ACT 1998 331 / 5 DOCS' PURCHASED SERVICES IN REDFERN AND WATERLOO 335 / 6 REDFERNIWATERLOO SCHEDULE OF CHILDREN'S SERVICES IN REDFERN AND WATERLOO 339 / 7 DADHC SERVICES 341 / 8 REDFERN/WATERLOOANTI-DRUG STRATEGY UPDATE-MARCH 2004 349 / 9 MAP OF THE INNER METROPOLITAN REGION 363 / 10 NSW POLICE STRUCTURE 365 / 11 REFERENCES 379 / 12 ACRONYMS 386
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