The Hon. K.J. MAHER (Leader of the Opposition) (15:05): A supplementary: does the minister have any estimates as to how many people might be affected and how many might get this 'third strike and you're out'? Has the department come up with a figure?
The Hon. J.M.A. LENSINK (Minister for Human Services) (15:05): A projection?
The Hon. K.J. Maher: Yes, a projection.
The Hon. J.M.A. LENSINK: No, they haven't done that at this stage, but we do know, as I said, that 8 per cent of existing tenancies have some form of complaint against them, but that would probably include those lower levels as well. It is something that we are monitoring very carefully. We have much better data collection and we want to make sure that this policy is effective and genuinely changes people's behaviour. I think we are giving people opportunities to change their behaviour unless, of course, somebody has been engaged in criminal behaviour, and then they can be referred straight to SACAT.