Join the Push for a School Based Police Officer

26 Sep 2017 4:19 PMJann StuckeyElectorate

MEDIA STATEMENT

 

Join the Push for a School Based Police Officer

 

 

For over a year now our 2 high school principals and our local police have been lobbying for a dedicated School Based Police Officer (SBPO) and I have been supporting their push with speeches in Parliament, questions on notice, brochures throughout our community and via the media.

 

SBPO’s play an important...

Counter Terrorism Laws Increase Police Powers

6 Sep 2017 1:49 PMJann StuckeyElectorate

MEDIA RELEASE

New Counter Terrorism Laws Increase Police Powers

 

In Parliament this week member for Currumbin Jann Stuckey supported new counter-terrorism laws that would give police more powers to respond rapidly and effectively to terrorist acts, and other person made critical incidents which pose a serious risk to life.

 

“The safety of our community and the threat of terrorism...

Currumbin MP pushes Labor Government to fix Rural Firies dilemma

7 Aug 2017 4:37 PMJann StuckeyElectorate, Major Events

New laws that commenced today restricting heavy vehicles to the left lanes of the M1 had rural fire brigade members concerned the changes would impede their ability to swiftly respond to emergencies.

 

Gold Coast Rural Fire Brigades were left in the dark after the Palaszczuk Government’s new M1 heavy vehicle laws failed to exempt the volunteer group’s fire trucks from the left lanes....

$275,000 for Currumbin community organisations

7 Aug 2017 4:34 PMJann StuckeyElectorate

Member for Currumbin Jann Stuckey MP has congratulated eleven local community groups who will share in more than $275,000 thanks to the Gambling Community Benefit Fund (GCBF).

 

The one-off grants, provided with revenue from gaming taxes, allow not-for-profit organisations to seek funding to purchase new equipment, improve facilities and host community events.

 

Ms Stuckey said she...

Bad eggs not welcome in Coolangatta

6 Jul 2017 3:16 PMJann StuckeyElectorate

Coolangatta licensees have expressed concerns that troublemakers banned from bars and clubs in Surfers Paradise and Broadbeach will head south and cause trouble once mandatory ID scanning is introduced from July 1.

 

Member for Currumbin Jann Stuckey MP said residents and businesses had worked hard over the years to rebuild Coolangatta’s reputation as a safe and friendly destination after a...

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