Online complaint form

  1. Personal details
    1. Title:
    2. Are you under the age of 18?
      1. (If you chose '0' above)
  2. Contact details
    1. Telephone numbers
    2. Preferred way for us to contact you
  3. Complaint details
    1. Are you a current employee of DJAG making this complaint?
    2. Have you raised your complaint with us before?
    3. (If you chose '0' above)
    4. Does your complaint involve a breach of privacy?
    5. (If you chose '0' above)
  4. Complaint summary
    1. Select a category to see the relevant business areas

      Justice Services includes the following business units:

      • Office of the Commissioner for Body Corporate and Community Managment
      • Victim Assist Queensland
      • Justices of the Peace Branch
      • Dispute Resolution Branch
      • Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages
      • Queensland Courts Service
      • Office of the Public Advocate

      Liquor, Gaming and Fair Trading includes the following business units:

      • Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation
      • Office of Fair Trading
      • Office of Regulatory Policy

      Corporate Services includes the following business units:

      • Corporate Services

      Strategic Policy, Legal and Executive Services includes the following business units:

      • Strategic Policy, Legal and Executive Services
      • Right to Information and Privacy

      Queensland Corrective Services includes complaints relating to staff in the following areas:

      • Custodial Operations (e.g. prisons)
      • Probation and Parole Services
      • For use if the business area is unknown or not listed
    2. When did it happen?
    3. Where did it happen?

The Department of Justice and Attorney-General (DJAG) is collecting your personal information for the purposes of identifying and dealing with your complaint, in accordance with the Department's Client Complaint Management Policy. Your personal information may be forwarded to the business unit or region relevant to your complaint so your complaint can be addressed. Your personal information will not be provided to any person you are complaining about, unless it is specifically required to ensure your complaint is appropriately dealt with. Any use of your personal information will be limited to that necessary to investigate and respond to the issues raised in your complaint.