Projects and initiatives

Human rights

Individuals are entitled to have their human rights respected and protected in their interactions with public entities, including DJAG and our employees. Read about our preparations to meet the obligations and how to make a human rights complaint about us.

Recording and transcription project

A recording and transcription project is underway to transition the Queensland Courts to a new recording and transcription service by 1 July 2021.

Domestic and family violence reform

DJAG is involved in implementing more than 40 recommendations made by the Special Taskforce on Domestic and Family Violence in Queensland.

Tackling serious organised crime in Queensland

The Queensland Government’s regime to tackle all forms of serious organised crime in Queensland.

Child protection reforms

Information about The Queensland Child Protection Commission of Inquiry.

Community benefit funding programs

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.

Legal funding

The Queensland Government invests in vital frontline justice services.

Protocol for judicial appointments

The Queensland Government has recently approved a protocol associated with the appointment of judicial officers in Queensland.

Using technology to make documents during COVID-19

Legislative changes add an extra way for certain important documents to be made and oaths to be taken during the COVID-19 crisis.

Investing in Queensland women grants

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.

Women's Safety and Justice Taskforce

On 11 March 2021, the Queensland Government announced a wide-ranging review into the experience of women across the criminal justice system to be undertaken by the Women’s Safety and Justice Taskforce, led by Margaret McMurdo AC.