Projects and initiatives
Find out about the review to create new contemporary and effective criminal procedure laws in Queensland’s Magistrates Courts, including an invitation to Queenslanders to submit feedback on a consultation paper to improve current processes.
The Queensland Government is leading a 10-year reform program to put an end to DFV in partnership with the non-government sector, business and the Queensland community. The reforms are making important investments and improvements across all sectors of DFV support, response and prevention.
Information about the external Review into the Queensland operations of The Star Entertainment Group Limited by The Hon. Robert Gotterson AO KC under the Casino Control Act 1992.
The Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation administers the Gambling Community Benefit Fund. The fund is Queensland’s largest one-off community grants program, distributing millions of dollars to Queensland communities.
Information about the independent review into the investigations of police-related deaths and domestic and family violence deaths in Queensland.
Grants for community-driven initiatives that align with the government’s priorities for women, and which help achieve the objectives of related strategies and frameworks.
The Queensland Government has committed $3 million to implement the Keeping Women Safe from Violence grant program, funded through the Family, Domestic and Sexual Violence Responses 2021–23 National Partnership Agreement with the Commonwealth Government. The grants aim to support the delivery of the National plan to end violence against women and children 2022–32 and meet the conditions of the National Partnership Agreement.
Information about the Office of the Independent Implementation Supervisor overseeing the implementation of the Queensland Government response to the Women’s Safety and Justice Taskforce recommendations and the Independent Commission of Inquiry into Queensland Police Service responses to domestic and family violence.
Information about the Queensland Government response to the Queensland Human Rights Commission’s report Building belonging—Review of Queensland’s Anti-Discrimination Act 1991.
Find information about the Queensland Government’s response to the recommendations from the Women’s Safety and Justice Taskforce, which aims to improve the safety of victims and hold perpetrators accountable.
The Queensland Government has committed $1 million over 4 years to the implementation of the Safe and Diverse Communities Grants to facilitate partnerships for the prevention of sexual, domestic and family violence in culturally and linguistically diverse communities in Queensland.