We are responsible for administering justice in Queensland. We also develop policies and deliver services to ensure safe, fair and productive work environments that contribute to the wellbeing of Queenslanders.
The justice portfolio consists of business units, and numerous government and statutory bodies and officers in the areas of Justice Services. Our organisational structure provides staff with clear direction, minimises duplication of services and enhances service delivery to the community.
Learn about our business areas.
We acknowledge the impact of climate change on the environment and act to conserve energy and water.
The Queensland Public Service Code of Conduct establishes the ethical standards of conduct and behaviour expected of public service staff.
This page will be updated in the event of an emergency. It will be updated regularly with information about availability of DJAG services and messages for staff.
The department's governance framework provides mechanisms to drive performance, achieve our organisational goals and objectives and deliver on government outcomes.
Information about our Minister, the Attorney-General.
The Department of Justice and Attorney-General is committed to protecting user privacy.
A number of independent statutory authorities also work as part of the justice system. Some report to Parliament through our Minister and others report directly to Parliament.
Through a career with us, you can make a difference. You can contribute to a fair, open and accessible justice system and work for an organisation that values a flexible work/life balance.