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Annual reports

2006-07 DJAG Annual Report

The Department of Justice and Attorney-General’s annual report summarises our financial and corporate performance. Our aim is to provide an annual report that meets the needs of our stakeholders and our accountability requirements under the Financial Administration and Audit Act 1977.

2007-08 DJAG Annual Report

The Department of Justice and Attorney-General’s annual report summarises our financial and corporate performance. Our aim is to provide an annual report that meets the needs of our stakeholders and our accountability requirements under the Financial Administration and Audit Act 1977.

2008-09 DEIR Final Report

This is the final report for the former Department of Employment and Industrial Relations (DEIR). Following a machinery-of-government change implemented in March 2009, DEIR was abolished and its functions were transferred to the Department of Justice and Attorney-General. The report is prepared in accordance with the Financial and Administration and Audit Act 1977.

2008-09 DEIR Final Report - Financial Report

This is the Final Report-Financial Statements for the former Department of Employment and Industrial Relations (DEIR). Following a machinery-of-government change implemented in March 2009, DEIR was abolished and its functions were transferred to the Department of Justice and Attorney-General. The report is prepared in accordance with the Financial and Administration and Audit Act 1977.

2008-09 DJAG Annual Report

The Department of Justice and Attorney-General’s annual report summarises our financial and corporate performance for 2008–09. Our aim is to provide an annual report that meets the needs of our stakeholders and our accountability requirements under the Financial Administration and Audit Act 1977.

2008-09 DJAG Annual Report - Financial Report

The Department of Justice and Attorney-General’s annual report summarises our financial and corporate performance. Our aim is to provide an annual report that meets the needs of our stakeholders and our accountability requirements under the Financial Administration and Audit Act 1977.

2008-09 DJAG Annual Report - Compliance Checklist

The Department of Justice and Attorney-General’s annual report summarises our financial and corporate performance. Our aim is to provide an annual report that meets the needs of our stakeholders and our accountability requirements under the Financial Administration and Audit Act 1977.

2009-10 DJAG Annual Report

The Department of Justice and Attorney-General’s annual report summarises our financial and corporate performance. Our aim is to provide an annual report that meets the needs of our stakeholders and our accountability requirements under the Financial Administration and Audit Act 1977.

2010-11 DJAG Annual report

The Department of Justice and Attorney-General’s annual report summarises our financial and corporate performance. Our aim is to provide an annual report that meets the needs of our stakeholders and our accountability requirements under the Financial Administration and Audit Act 1977.

2011-12 DJAG Annual Report

The Department of Justice and Attorney-General’s annual report summarises our financial and corporate performance. Our aim is to provide an annual report that meets the needs of our stakeholders and our accountability requirements under the Financial Administration and Audit Act 1977.

2012-13 DJAG Annual report

The Department of Justice and Attorney-General’s annual report summarises our financial and corporate performance. Our aim is to provide an annual report that meets the needs of our stakeholders and our accountability requirements under the Financial Administration and Audit Act 1977.

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Application forms

Application Form - ANZAC Day Trust Fund (XLS, 108.0 KB)

Details of organisation and certification statement.

Application Form - ANZAC Day Trust Fund (PDF, 94.5 KB)

Details of organisation and certification statement.

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Articles

Tips for a safe night out

Tips for a safe night out Be smart and safe when you are on a night out, for yourself and others.

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Brochures

Brochure - Safety switches save lives! (PDF, 164.2 KB)

Brochure - The smart career choice (PDF, 117.2 KB)

Brochure - Work life balance is for everyone (PDF, 119.0 KB)

DJAG corporate brochure (PDF, 356.9 KB)

The Department of Justice and Attorney-General is the government agency responsible for administering justice, industrial relations and safety services in Queensland.

Your Privacy Rights (PDF, 522.0 KB)

A quick guide to your rights and public sector agency responsibilities under the Information Privacy Act 2009.

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Budget highlights

2008-09 DJAG Service Delivery Statement (PDF, 435.5 KB)

The department delivers diverse services through its courts and tribunals, its legal and advocacy services and through a range of community-focussed programs, policies and services, including services to protect vulnerable people, maintain consumer and business confidence in the marketplace and ensure effective licensing and registration systems. These services have been expanded due to the September 2007 machinery-of-Government change, which transferred responsibility for the Office for Fair Trading, Body Corporate and Community Management, the Commercial and Consumer Tribunal Registry and the RetailShop Leases Registry to the department.

2009-10 DJAG Service Delivery Statement (PDF, 332.4 KB)

The department delivers diverse services to urban, rural and remote communities throughout the State. These include courts and tribunals;legal and advocacy services,a range of community-focused programs; policies and services, including services to protect vulnerable people and services aimed at improving productivity, equity and safety in Queensland workplaces.

2009-10 DJAG State Budget Highlights

In 2009–10, the Department of Justice and Attorney-General remains focussed on making our justice system more open and accessible, and our communities and workplaces safer. This will be achieved through building modern justice facilities, enhancing our services and their delivery, and implementing programs to assist vulnerable people and improve safety.

2010-11 DJAG Service Delivery Statements

In 2009–10, the Department of Justice and Attorney-General remains focussed on making our justice system more open and accessible, and our communities and workplaces safer. This will be achieved through building modern justice facilities, enhancing our services and their delivery, and implementing programs to assist vulnerable people and improve safety.

2010-11 DJAG Service Delivery Statements (PDF, 262.4 KB)

Queensland State Budget 2010-2011. Service Delivery Statements for the Department of Justice and Attorney General

2010-11 DJAG State Budget Highlights (PDF, 267.3 KB)

The 2010-11 State Budget provides $1.046 billion for the Department of Justice and Attorney-General to deliver a broad range of justice services. This will ensure the department can continue to build on the many achievements of recent years and help make Queensland a stronger, safer and fairer state, as outlined in Toward Q2: Tomorrow’s Queensland.

2011-12 DJAG Service Delivery Statement

The department's purpose is to contribute to a fair and just society and safe, healthy, productive workplaces and community.

2011-12 DJAG State Budget Highlights (PDF, 266.2 KB)

An open and accessible justice system is the corner-stone of a safe, just and supportive society. Operating from more than 100 locations around Queensland, the Department of Justice and Attorney-General delivers the services which support our justice system.

2014-15 DJAG Service Delivery Statement

Queensland State Budget 2013-2014. Service Delivery Statements for the Department of Justice and Attorney General.

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Charts

DJAG organisational chart (PDF, 20.9 KB)

Organisational structure for the Department of Justice and Attorney-General.

LPITAF three year funding cycle (PDF, 32.1 KB)

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Consultations

Civil and Criminal Jurisdiction Reform and Modernisation Amendment Bill 2009 (PDF, 554.3 KB)

Consultation draft - Civil and Criminal Jurisdiction Reform and Modernisation Amendment Bill 2009

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Fact sheets

2012 Ekka WHSQ fact sheet (PDF, 109.7 KB)

An overview of some key workplace health and safety facts compiled for the 2012 Ekka.

7 easy steps for bunk bed safety (PDF, 4.6 MB)

Seven steps for bunk bed safety at home.

7 easy steps for trampoline safety (PDF, 1.2 MB)

Seven easy steps for ensuring the children still have fun while using trampolines safely.

7 easy steps to ladder safety (PDF, 998.0 KB)

Useful steps for using ladders safely around the home.

Best practice for safety in licensed venues (PDF, 1.4 MB)

Best practice for safety in licensed venues A great guide for licensees on best practice safety initiatives within their venues.

Electrical safety and water (PDF, 81.9 KB)

Water and electricity just don't mix! Find out what could happen.

Electrical safety for plumbers (PDF, 128.7 KB)

There are many safety issues plumbers need to be aware of when dealing with electricity. This handy fact sheet gives some great tips.

Electrical safety in the rural industry (PDF, 77.5 KB)

Coming into contact with electricity is a major cause of injury and death in the rural industry. Find out why it's important to think about electrical safety.

Electrical workers turn off power (PDF, 562.6 KB)

Farm safety factsheet (PDF, 2.7 MB)

Practical solutions to six common causes of injury in the rural industry.

Forklift safety (PDF, 94.2 KB)

A forklift certainly makes distribution and lifting tasks easier, however there are some key safety issues you need to be aware of.

Guide to rural industry WHSQ laws (PDF, 1.5 MB)

This comprehensive guide for rural work health and safety laws is designed to help rural industry employers and employees understand their health and safety duties in the workplace.

Hendra virus information for horse properties (PDF, 101.6 KB)

This fact sheet informs horse properties and other horse-related businesses of the risks surrounding Hendra virus and precentative measures to minimise the risk of human infection.

Look up and live (PDF, 63.8 KB)

When working around power lines in the rural industry, it's very important to always look up to ensure you are well away from overhead power lines.

Privacy factsheet (DOC, 458.0 KB)

Like most areas of government, the Department of Justice and Attorney-General is required to collect and use personal information as part of its day to day activities.

Protecting your Privacy (PDF, 90.1 KB)

Like most areas of government, the Department of Justice and Attorney-General is required to collect and use personal information as part of its day to day activities.

Quad bikes (PDF, 95.7 KB)

Find out why it is important for all passengers to wear helmets when riding a quad bike.

Renovators guide to working with asbestos (PDF, 2.0 MB)

Asbestos is a dangerous substance that you need be aware of when renovating your home. This useful guide will assist you in determining what's safe and what's not.

Safety switches save lives (PDF, 242.5 KB)

Safety switches are important. Find out why with this fact sheet.

Sedentry work - sit less and move more (PDF, 86.9 KB)

Office workers particularly need to ensure they move throughout the day. Don't just sit there! There are many ways you can integrate movement through your every day work tasks.

Storm insurance factsheet (PDF, 963.4 KB)

Storm safety (PDF, 97.5 KB)

Be prepared this storm season.

Survive the ride: Quad bike safety for young workers (PDF, 673.3 KB)

Safety tips for young quad bike riders to help them "survive the ride".

Take 5 and stay alive with electricity (PDF, 82.7 KB)

Five tips to ensure you are smart at home with electricity.

Transferring personal information out of Australia (PDF, 94.4 KB)

As with other Queensland Government agencies, the department is required to comply with section 33 of the Information Privacy Act 2009 (IP Act) when transferring personal information out of Australia. Any transfer of personal information must comply with these rules or the transfer will be a breach of the department’s obligation to comply with the privacy principles. Business units should therefore be aware of their obligations under section 33 of the IP Act.

Use of helmets when operating quadbikes (PDF, 143.8 KB)

Find out why it is important for all passengers to wear helmets when riding a quad bike.

Work-related stress (PDF, 184.1 KB)

Some advice and tips to manage work-related stress.

Working at heights in construction (PDF, 89.5 KB)

Working safely at heights is an integral part of the construction industry. This fact sheet has some advice for workers and employers for remaining safe when working at heights.

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Forms

2002 Ministerial exemption (PDF, 125.6 KB)

Trust acccounts for public accountants - setting up an account, tips for auditors, ministerial exemption, proforma, new trust accounts, ceased to be a trustee

25 point schedule (PDF, 37.0 KB)

Trust acccounts for public accountants - setting up an account, tips for auditors, ministerial exemption, proforma, new trust accounts, ceased to be a trustee

Application guidelines and form (PDF, 159.8 KB)

Checklist for new trust account (PDF, 30.7 KB)

Trust acccounts for public accountants - setting up an account, tips for auditors, ministerial exemption, proforma, new trust accounts, ceased to be a trustee

Complaint form (PDF, 89.5 KB)

This form can be used to record and lodge a complaint.

Complaint form (DOC, 214.0 KB)

This form can be used to record and lodge a complaint.

Data request form (PDF, 35.9 KB)

This form must be completed and submitted to the Courts Performance and Reporting Unit (CPRU), before any request for data can be actioned.

Film festival community screening exemption form

Form used to seek an exemption in order to screen any film at a film festival or community screening that is not already classified.

Form 1 - New trust account (PDF, 34.1 KB)

Trust acccounts for public accountants - setting up an account, tips for auditors, ministerial exemption, proforma, new trust accounts, ceased to be a trustee

Form 2 - Maintenance of particulars (PDF, 34.0 KB)

Trust acccounts for public accountants - setting up an account, tips for auditors, ministerial exemption, proforma, new trust accounts, ceased to be a trustee

Form 3 - Cease to be a trustee (PDF, 33.8 KB)

Trust acccounts for public accountants - setting up an account, tips for auditors, ministerial exemption, proforma, new trust accounts, ceased to be a trustee

Form 4A - Section 31.1 Proforma (PDF, 34.0 KB)

Trust acccounts for public accountants - setting up an account, tips for auditors, ministerial exemption, proforma, new trust accounts, ceased to be a trustee

Form 4B - Section 31.1 Proforma (PDF, 34.2 KB)

Trust acccounts for public accountants - setting up an account, tips for auditors, ministerial exemption, proforma, new trust accounts, ceased to be a trustee

Information privacy personal information amendment application form (PDF, 81.0 KB)

Project - Application guidelines and form (PDF, 177.4 KB)

Queensland Police Service Information request (PDF, 142.3 KB)

Service delivery - Application and allocation processes (PDF, 28.0 KB)

Service delivery - Long form application (PDF, 180.3 KB)

Service delivery - Short form application (PDF, 386.6 KB)

Strategic alignment 2014-17 (PDF, 54.4 KB)

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Guides

Geographical priority areas (PDF, 40.6 KB)

Privacy Guide (DOC, 460.5 KB)

The Information Privacy Act 2009 (IP Act) commenced on 1 July 2009. The IP Act contains 11 Information Privacy Principles (IPPs) which apply to the Department of Justice and Attorney-General. IPP 5 places an obligation on agencies to take steps to ensure that people are aware of the types of personal information held by an agency, why they are held, and how an individual can access their personal information. This document is designed to meet the obligations imposed by IPP 5, and contains information about the structure of the department, the differing types of personal information held, the reasons such personal information is held, and how you may access your own personal information.

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Guidelines

2009-10 General Grants Financial Obligations: Legal Practitioner Interest On Trust Accounts Fund (LPITAF) (PDF, 431.7 KB)

Oulines the obligations of recipients of the 2009-10 Legal Practitioner Interest On Trust Accounts Fund (LPITAF) general grants.

Disclosure of previous serious disciplinary action (DOC, 458.5 KB)

DNA guidelines (PDF, 380.8 KB)

These guidelines have been developed to give convicted prisoners the opportunity to request testing of DNA in very limited circumstances including where their appeal options have been exhausted. They were released on 5 August 2010. The guidelines set rigorous application criteria while also acknowledging significant developments in forensic science.

Employee screening (DOC, 461.5 KB)

Guide - ANZAC Day Trust Payment (DOC, 48.0 KB)

Guide for completing ANZAC Day Trust Grant Applications.

Information for job applicants at DJAG (DOC, 766.0 KB)

Moving office, moving information - privacy guideline (DOC, 491.0 KB)

This guideline has been developed by the Right to Information and Privacy Unit to assist business units in taking adequate steps to manage privacy risks before, during and after a move.

Options for assessing applicants (DOC, 460.0 KB)

Privacy Guide (PDF, 549.9 KB)

The Information Privacy Act 2009 (IP Act) commenced on 1 July 2009. The IP Act contains 11 Information Privacy Principles (IPPs) which apply to the Department of Justice and Attorney-General. IPP 5 places an obligation on agencies to take steps to ensure that people are aware of the types of personal information held by an agency, why they are held, and how an individual can access their personal information. This document is designed to meet the obligations imposed by IPP 5, and contains information about the structure of the department, the differing types of personal information held, the reasons such personal information is held, and how you may access your own personal information.

Process for suggesting projects (PDF, 34.4 KB)

Scope of referee reports (DOC, 450.0 KB)

Service delivery - application guidelines (PDF, 44.2 KB)

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Information sheets

Interactive crosswords (PDF, 3.0 MB)

Interactive home safe (PDF, 1.6 MB)

Interative farm safe (PDF, 1.9 MB)

Statement of Right to Information Principles (PDF, 69.7 KB)

Statement from the Premier outlining that Information is the lifeblood of democracy. To reach its full potential, a State like Queensland needs citizens who are informed and a government that is open and responsive.

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Papers

Electoral Reform discussion paper (PDF, 229.2 KB)

LPITAF review recommendations (PDF, 160.8 KB)

Queensland electoral review outcomes (PDF, 86.7 KB)

Review of the allocation of funds from the Legal Practitioner Interest on Trust Accounts Fund - Discussion Paper (DOC, 861.5 KB)

Review of the allocation of funds from the Legal Practitioner Interest on Trust Accounts Fund - Discussion Paper (PDF, 384.5 KB)

Review of the Legal Practitioner Interest on Trust Accounts Fund (PDF, 102.6 KB)

Review of the Legal Practitioner Interest on Trust Accounts Fund (LPITAF) (DOC, 113.0 KB)

Review of the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal Act 2009 (PDF, 115.4 KB)

QCAT was the result of the amalgamation of 18 tribunals and 23 jurisdictions to form a single gateway for civil and administrative justice in Queensland. This consultation paper is part of the three year statutory review of the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal Act 2009 (the QCAT Act). Submissions are sought on the issues raised in the paper.

Should Queensland maintain or terminate the referral of industrial relations jurisdiction for the unincorporated private sector to the Commonwealth? (PDF, 253.2 KB)

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Plans

07-08 JAG Multicultural Action Plan (PDF, 254.2 KB)

The Queensland Government promotes equal rights, responsibilities and opportunities for all Queenslanders, regardless of their cultural, ethnic, religious background or gender. The Government endorsed the Multicultural Queensland – making a world of difference policy to provide formanaging our ever-increasing diversity for the economic and social well-being of all Queenslanders;improving government policy and programs and promoting local harmony and respect for diversity of race, religion and language.

09-12 JAG Multicultural Action Plan (PDF, 107.7 KB)

The goal of the department is to embed multiculturalism in the department by ensuring staff are culturally competent; staff are recruited from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds; communication and engagement with organisations and communities from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and clients have access to interpreters.

A&TSI Employment action plan 2009-2012 (PDF, 515.5 KB)

This plan outlines the actions that the department will take to increase the employment of Aborignal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in the agency.

DJAG Disability Service Plan 2007-10 (PDF, 315.8 KB)

In May 2005, the Queensland Government announced a package of legislative reforms to strengthen and safeguard the rights of people with a disability and support continuous improvement in the quality of services they receive.

DJAG Disability Service Plan 2010-2011 (PDF, 101.4 KB)

This plan has been developed to comply with the requirements of the Disability Services Act 2006.

DJAG Disability Service Plan 2011-14 (PDF, 321.0 KB)

This Disability Service Plan contributes to whole of government visions through strong actions that work towards the department making its services more accessible, raising more awareness of rights and responsibilities, creating employment opportunities and supporting staff to learn more about disability.

DJAG Disability Service Plan 2014-16 (PDF, 820.5 KB)

This Disability Service Plan contributes to whole of government visions through strong actions that work towards the department making its services more accessible, raising more awareness of rights and responsibilities, creating employment opportunities and supporting staff to learn more about disability.

Reconciliation action plan 2009-2012 (PDF, 562.0 KB)

This plan outlines the department's committment to a positive contribution towards reconciliation.

Regulatory Simplification plan (PDF, 982.5 KB)

The regulatory simplification plan is a way to identify opportunities to reduce unnecessary and excessive legislative reuirements

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Policies

BOM Publication Scheme - 1 November - 30 November 2011 (PDF, 52.1 KB)

To promote compliance with the Right to Information Act 2009 and Ministerial Guidelines, there is a Standing Item – New Publications on the Board of Management (BOM) agenda.

Client complaint management policy (PDF, 180.8 KB)

This policy sets the direction for client complaint management in DJAG.

Code of Conduct for the Queensland Public Service 2011-01-01

The Code of Conduct for the Queensland Public Service was developed in line with the government’s commitment and in consultation with agencies, employees and industrial representatives. The Code was designed to be relevant for all public sector agencies and their employees and reflects the amended ethics principles and values contained in the Public Sector Ethics Act 1994.

Language services policy (PDF, 204.7 KB)

This policy will enable clients to access services fairly and equitably and ensure service delivery is responsive and high quality.

Public Interest Disclosure (PDF, 1.8 MB)

The reporting of suspected misconduct within the Queensland public sector is fundamental to its ongoing integrity and health.

Publication Scheme Approval Policy (DOC, 408.0 KB)

This policy applies to all documents to be published on the Department of Justice and Attorney-General’s website.

Recruitment and selection policy (PDF, 135.4 KB)

This policy is designed to assist panels make effective recruitment and selection decisions. The Selection Panel has to demonstrate its judgement and responsibility to make decisions which are based on the principles of equity and merit; transparent and able to withstand scrutiny. The outcomes must be able to be defended by the Chair and procedural fairness is to be exercised by the panel at all times.

Telecommuting policy (PDF, 197.6 KB)

Telecommuting is a flexible work practice which enables some employees, including employees who are also managers, to better accommodate the demands of work and family life. Telecommuting may enable people to remain in employment from a remote location, balance family commitments rather than take a full day off, return to work from parental or other leave, or remain in employment for a longer period than first envisaged prior to retirement. Telecommuting opportunities form part of the Department’s Health and Wellbeing Program.

Workplace Health and Safety policy (PDF, 39.6 KB)

The Workplace Health and Safety (WHS) policy is part of an overall framework designed for managing WHS in the Department of Justice and Attorney-General (the Department) and ensuring a safe and healthy working environment. It applies to all employees, contractors and visitors to the Department.

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Procedural guides

Assessment Centres (DOC, 438.5 KB)

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Promotionals

JAG activity sheet (PDF, 1.2 MB)

A fun activity sheet for children related to the functions of the Department of Justice and Attorney-General

Safe Work Australia Week resources

Getting involved in Safe Work Australia Week 2010 (SWAW), is easy. Take advantage of the many free resources available for download or order to help you promote health and safety in your workplace.

Young workers resources

Young workers, aged 15-24, have limited work experience and are still developing and maturing, and therefore at a risk of being seriously injured or worse. The resources on this page are designed for young workers. Use them in the classroom or workplace to start discussions or as visual reminders.

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Public notices

Workplace Health and Safety Queensland safety alert archive

Alerts regarding key risks and hazards for equipment, workplaces or work situations.

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Publication listings

Workplace Health and Safety Queensland publications

Workplace Health and Safety Queensland publications, posters, brochures and other resources

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Registers

2010/09 - Gifts and benefits register September quarter 2010 (PDF, 34.8 KB)

A register has been previously provided and has been updated with additional returns for the September Quarter.

2010/12 - Gifts and benefits register December quarter 2010 (PDF, 24.0 KB)

A register has been previously provided and has been updated with additional returns for the December Quarter.

2011/03 - Gifts and benefits register March quarter 2011 (PDF, 24.5 KB)

A register has been previously provided and has been updated with additional returns for the March Quarter.

2011/06 - Gifts and benefits register June quarter 2011 (PDF, 24.4 KB)

A register has been previously provided and has been updated with additional returns for the June Quarter.

2011/09 - Gifts and benefits register September quarter 2011 (PDF, 30.6 KB)

A register has been previously provided and has been updated with additional returns for the September Quarter.

2011/12 - Gifts and benefits register December quarter 2011 (PDF, 29.6 KB)

A register has been previously provided and has been updated with additional returns for the December Quarter.

2012/03 - Gifts and benefits register March quarter 2012 (PDF, 23.0 KB)

A register has been previously provided and has been updated with additional returns for the March Quarter.

2012/06 - Gifts and benefits register June quarter 2012 (PDF, 29.4 KB)

A register has been previously provided and has been updated with additional returns for the June Quarter.

2012/09 - Gifts and benefits register September quarter 2012 (PDF, 27.5 KB)

A register has been previously provided and has been updated with additional returns for the September Quarter.

2012/12 - Gifts and benefits register December quarter 2012 (PDF, 21.3 KB)

A register has been previously provided and has been updated with additional returns for the December Quarter.

2013/03 - Gifts and benefits register March quarter 2013 (PDF, 20.9 KB)

A register has been previously provided and has been updated with additional returns for the March Quarter.

2013/06 - Gifts and benefits register June quarter 2013 (PDF, 20.7 KB)

A register has been previously provided and has been updated with additional returns for the June Quarter.

2013/09 - Gifts and benefits register September 2013 quarter (PDF, 21.7 KB)

A register has been previously provided and has been updated with additional returns for the September Quarter.

2013/12 - Gifts and benefits register December 2013 quarter (PDF, 27.2 KB)

A register has been previously provided and has been updated with additional returns for the December Quarter.

High-Risk Industry Work Health Funding Program (PDF, 18.3 KB)

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Reports

Minimum standard non-parole period Final report (PDF, 1.8 MB)

Minimum standard non-parole periods consultation paper (PDF, 3.5 MB)

Optional Preferential Voting in Queensland (PDF, 79.9 KB)

Attorney-General’s Report to Cabinet on Optional Preferential Voting in Queensland

Queensland Government responses to coronial recommendations

Queensland Government’s Response to Queensland Law Reform Commission Report - A Review of Queensland’s Guardianship Laws (PDF, 418.2 KB)

Review of investigation and prosecution of Townsville Gymnastics Association Inc. concerning the death of Michelle Maitland (PDF, 176.7 KB)

Review of investigation and prosecution of Townsville Gymnastics Association Inc. concerning the death of Michelle Maitland - Workplace Health and Safety Queensland response (PDF, 27.3 KB)

Review of the allocation of funds from the Legal Practitioner Interest on Trust Accounts Fund (PDF, 776.2 KB)

The Attorney-General and Minister for Justice (the Attorney-General) has the authority to decide whether a payment should be made from the LPITAF to or for any of the entities or types of grants listed in the Legal Profession Act 2007 (Qld) (LPA). The Department of Justice and Attorney-General (DJAG) has administered the Legal Practitioner Interest on Trust Accounts Fund (LPITAF) since 2004.

Review of the civil and criminal justice system in Queensland (PDF, 3.0 MB)

Honourable Martin Moynihan's examines and reports on the working of Queensland - December 2008

Review of the resourcing of the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (PDF, 4.2 MB)

This report was commissioned by the Director-General of the Department of Justice and Attorney- General (DJAG) to review the operations of the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (ODPP). In broad terms, that office has made substantial steps toward delivering services within the context of a contemporary public sector agency in Queensland. There are, however, a number of inhibiting factors that have prevented it from being a highly effective and efficient organisation within the context of the State’s criminal justice system.

The former Queensland Government's (2009) response to the review of the civil and criminal justice system in Queensland (PDF, 166.9 KB)

the Queensland Government’s response to coronial recommendations handed down between 1 January 2008 and 31 December 2008.

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Strategic plans

2009-13 DJAG Strategic Plan (PDF, 747.4 KB)

The Department of Justice and Attorney-General's vision is to provide a fair and safe Queensland.

2010-14 DJAG Strategic Plan (PDF, 414.6 KB)

The Strategic Plan is an essential document for our department. In setting our vision for the future it provides us with a common set of goals.

2011-15 DJAG Strategic Plan (PDF, 600.9 KB)

The Strategic Plan is an essential document for our department. In setting our vision for the future it provides us with a common set of goals.

2012-16 DJAG Strategic Plan (PDF, 105.7 KB)

The Strategic Plan is an essential document for our department. In setting our vision for the future it provides us with a common set of goals.

2013-17 DJAG Strategic Plan (PDF, 189.4 KB)

The Strategic Plan is an essential document for our department. In setting our vision for the future it provides us with a common set of goals.

2014-18 DJAG strategic plan (PDF, 237.9 KB)

The Strategic Plan is an essential document for our department. In setting our vision for the future it provides us with a common set of goals.

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Templates

2008-09 General Grants Application Form: Legal Practitioner Interest On Trust Accounts Fund (LPITAF) (DOC, 1.1 MB)

Application form for 2008-09 LPITAF grants.

2008-09 General Grants Outcome Report: Legal Practitioner Interest On Trust Accounts Fund (LPITAF) (DOC, 1.1 MB)

Use this template to report on 2008-09 General Grants Outcomes: Legal Practitioner Interest On Trust Accounts Fund (LPITAF)

Construction hat template (PDF, 262.9 KB)

Judges wig template (PDF, 201.5 KB)

Project suggestion form (DOC, 100.0 KB)

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Terms of references

Accommodation, Fleet and Asset Management Committee Terms of Reference (PDF, 590.3 KB)

The Board of Management of the Department of Justice and Attorney-General has established the Accommodation, Fleet and Asset Management Committee as part of its governance framework. This document establishes the authority and responsibility of the Committee so that it may function effectively in the Department.

Audit and Risk Management Committee Terms of Reference (PDF, 2.6 MB)

The Audit and Risk Management Committee acts as an independent advisory body to the Director-General in order to assist in the effective discharge of the responsibilities of this position contained in the Financial Administration and Audit Act 1977, the Financial Management Standard 1997 and other relevant legislation. The independence of the Audit and Risk Management Committee and Internal Audit to operational units is a statutory requirement.

BDM Legislation Review Terms of Reference (PDF, 34.6 KB)

The Terms of Reference for the review of Births, Deaths and Marriages legislation currently being conducted.

Board of Management terms of reference (PDF, 172.4 KB)

Terms of reference for the Board of Management committee.

Finance Committee Terms of Reference (PDF, 92.9 KB)

The Board of Management (BOM) of the Department of Justice and Attorney-General has established the Finance Committee (Committee) as part of its governance framework. This document establishes the authority and responsibility of the Committee so that it may function effectively in the Department.

Information Management Committee Terms of Reference (PDF, 166.6 KB)

The Board of Management of the Department of Justice and Attorney-General has established the Information Management Committee as part of its governance framework. This document establishes the authority and responsibility of the Committee so that it may function effectively in the Department.

LPITAF Committee terms of reference (PDF, 43.7 KB)

Workforce Management Committee Terms of Reference (PDF, 194.2 KB)

The Board of Management of the Department of Justice and Attorney-General has established the Planning Performance and Capability Committee as part of its governance framework. This document establishes the authority and responsibility of the Committee so that it may function effectively in the Department.

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Videos

Work safe. Home Safe. advertisement

The most important reason for making your workplace safe is not at work at all. View our Work Safe 'Homecoming' advertisement.

Workplace Health and Safety Queensland (WHSQ) videos

WHSQ have a variety of online videos covering a whole range of industry-specific safety.

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Webpages

Tractor safety on farms

Watch a video on why it's important to be tractor safe on the farm.

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Contact

RTI and Privacy Unit
Department of Justice and Attorney-General
GPO Box 149
Brisbane QLD 4001

Phone: +61 7 3239 0331
Fax: +61 7 3225 1454

Last reviewed
29 November 2013
Last updated
12 May 2014

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