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The Service Priority Review is an opportunity for a fresh lens on the sector, to assess the health of the current machinations and functions and ascertain how to better support its workforce who serve the community of Western Australia. The CPSU/CSA believes it is time that the workforce is genuinely consulted. It is you who has the accrued knowledge and experience of serving the West Australian community. In the coming weeks we will look at snapshots from our initial submission to the Service Priority Review. This week, we are focusing on prevention and diversion.
With the State Government's financial woes continuing, many are questioning their plan to move some government departments to new offices in Joondalup.
With rents in the CBD plummeting and CPSU/CSA members campaigning to stay - many believe the best decision is to remain in the city.
Staff at the Department of the Attorney General (Justice Department) were told of possible changes to the way Violence Restraining Orders were processed, indicating a reduction of face-to-face services to a move online.
Staff have now been told the plans are not going forward.
CSA members have a significant history in managing bushfire mitigation in WA and we are proud of the work they do, often under difficult circumstances to, ensure the safety of West Australians. With the Government’s announcement that they will hold a Bushfire Mitigation Summit at the end of the month, we expect to have a lot to say about how members could be supported to continue their good work.
CPSU/CSA members know better than anyone that the previous government squandered the benefits of the economic boom by spending West Australians money on wasteful contracting out and privatisation. Find out more about our opportunity to let the Government know where the money went.