Greens spokesperson for justice Hon Alison Xamon MLC has welcomed the Attorney General’s introduction of legislation to reform the state’s approach to fine defaulters as questions she asked in parliament revealed that in 2018-19:
Hon Alison Xamon MLC, Greens spokesperson for Corrective Services, has today renewed her call on the McGowan Government to address significant issues in the delivery of prison health and mental health services following the tragic death of 29 year old Geraldton mother on Tuesday.
Greens spokesperson for Mental Health Hon Alison Xamon MLC has called for the further expansion of the Mental Health Police Co-Response Teams program as a matter of urgency– saying more needs to be done to support people living in the regions.
“Recent events highlight how acute the need is for this program no matter where you live in WA . There is absolutely no doubt that the regions need access to the co-response teams now,” Ms Xamon said.
Greens Member for the North Metropolitan Region, Hon Alison Xamon, following questions in Parliament has found that the blue-white LED streetlights currently being installed are not fit for purpose and in any event will be superseded by the end of the year.
“Residents in Claremont and other suburbs that have recently had the disruptive blue-white street lights installed are justified in their concerns,” she said. “For the sake of a few months they could have had lighting that meets international standards.”
The Greens spokesperson for Mental Health the Hon Alison Xamon MLC is dismayed, but certainly not surprised, by the findings of the Access to State-Managed Adult Mental Health Services report released by the Auditor General today.
“The report paints a damning picture of a disjointed State funded mental health care system, that is out of touch with how people use services, resulting in an inefficient system that heavily relies on crisis style care.