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Disability Access and Inclusion Plan 2014-2019

Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (ODPP); Government of Western Australia Country Resources Disability Strategies and Plans Australia, Western Australia 2014 Policy document disability, plan

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The DAIP provides a framework for the identification of areas where access and inclusion can be improved within the ODPP. The Act prescribes that the DAIP includes the following seven outcomes:

1. People with disability have the same opportunities as other people to access the services of, and any events organised by, the ODPP.

2. People with disability have the same opportunities as other people to access the buildings and other facilities of the ODPP.

3. People with disability receive information from the ODPP in a format that will enable them to access the information as readily as other people are able to access it.

4. People with disability receive the same level and quality of service from the ODPP's staff as other people receive.

5. People with disability have the same opportunities as other people to make complaints to the ODPP.

6. People with disability have the same opportunities as other people to participate in any public consultation with the ODPP.

7. People with disability have the same opportunities as other people regarding employment practices (recruitment and retention) within the ODPP.

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