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Thursday, 31 August 2000
Page: 17057


Senator ELLISON (Special Minister of State) (11:27 AM) —You could have a call-out, but the call-out would be to no avail if there was no request by the police. The call-out could be made and nothing would be done because the point I have just made is crucial. The particular task which has to be carried out has to be at the request of the police. You could have a call-out and they are all there but they do nothing. The action that is needed is only taken at the request of the police.