The governance structure for the West Pilbara Plan is:
- Community members – Aboriginal elders, leaders and residents in and around Roebourne who provide advice and feedback on the West Pilbara Plan.
- Community Safety and Family Support Cabinet Sub-Committee – responsible for strategic oversight of the West Pilbara Plan.
- Directors General Implementation Group – directs and implements across-government social policies.
- West Pilbara Plan Executive Committee – high-level decision-making and authorising body providing strategic direction on the West Pilbara Plan.
- Pilbara District Leadership Group – stakeholders and lead government agencies responsible for regional leadership of the West Pilbara Plan.
- West Pilbara Plan Working Group – lead government agencies responsible for on-the-ground delivery of the West Pilbara Plan.
Lead government agencies
- WA Police Force
- Department of Justice
- Department of Education
- Department of Transport
- Mental Health Commission
- Department of Communities
- Department of the Premier and Cabinet
- Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet
- Department of Training and Workforce Development
- Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries
The West Pilbara Plan’s 10 lead agencies report on the progress of their project/s every quarter to the West Pilbara Plan Executive Committee.
Progress status reports are provided regularly to the plan’s governing bodies for review, discussion and action, including to the Roebourne community.
The West Pilbara Plan is being coordinated by a team in the Department of Communities.
The West Pilbara Plan team is responsible for monitoring, evaluating and reporting on the progress of the West Pilbara Plan.
The team is working with lead agencies, stakeholders and Aboriginal elders, leaders and community members to ensure the intent of the West Pilbara Plan is achieved.
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