The Coalition funded more than $10 million of upgrades to stations in Mount Waverley and Emerald, but had to back down on the stations having 24-hour service when Mr Lay refused to roster on extra staff.
Opposition police spokesman Wade Noonan said Mr Wells should admit he had broken election promises instead of trying to convince the community a 16-hour station was the same as a 24-hour station. - Full Story
Corrections Victoria paid $822,000 in performance bonuses to a prison movement contractor, despite one in four inmates being late to court.
The Auditor-General has found in the Prisoner Transportation report that 824 court movements were cancelled between September and December last year because of crowded police cells.
Opposition police spokesman Wade Noonan said: "Moving prisoners around the state to cope with the Napthine Government's crisis-driven justice system is a massive waste of taxpayers' money.
‘‘[It] will do nothing to ease the pressure on police resources or make Victorians safer." - Full Story
The Liberal Government broke a promise to deliver a 24-hour police station in Mt Waverley. Local Liberal MP Michael Gidley must apologise.
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