Find out more about our strategies and performance including plans, assessments, inspections and reviews.
This page is updated regularly. You can either download a document from this page or send us a request to access them.
Annual reports of client complaints and complaints received by our department.
Crown Law's annual report summarises our priorities and the corporate performance of the practice.
Our 2021–22 annual report summarises our financial and corporate performance.
The Right to Information Act 2009 and Information Privacy Act 2009 annual report for 2020–21.
This service charter outlines OLGR’s values and commitment to clients, members of the public, other agencies and fellow staff. It defines how OLGR aims to meet the expectations of internal and external stakeholders and states how clients can help OLGR to help them.
Our charter is an aspirational document and sets out the principles and commitments that guide our approach and behaviour for building a strong organisation, fit for current and future purposes and success.
The framework sets out government's vision for a Queensland where everyone lives free of the fear, threat or experience of sexual violence. It brings together the progress government has made so far in addressing this issue, and identifies priority areas for action that will guide the Queensland Government’s future responses to sexual violence.
Law reform activities
View OFT’s current and past consultations and regulatory reform.
We are committed to making our services more accessible, raising more awareness of rights and responsibilities, creating employment opportunities, and supporting staff to learn more about disability. This service plan—and our commitment to the objectives of the All Abilities Queensland: opportunities for all plan—remains current until our new 2022–25 service plan is released in early 2023.
This plan is a shared plan of action for government, industry and the community to reduce harm from gambling from 2021 to 2025.
OFT’s business plan sets out its vision, purpose and objectives for 2019–20.
This action plan outlines new and continuing sexual violence prevention and response actions across the Queensland Government.
A strategy and action plan for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and organisations accessing the blue card system.
This plan is a template for action to equip our workforce with the agility, capability and resilience to meet challenges and deliver innovative, responsive justice outcomes for the community.
This policy sets out the framework for the support available to our employees who are affected by domestic and family violence.
These reports provide an update on our actions under the Multicultural action plan.
The Queensland Government response to each individual recommendation from the first report of the Women’s Safety and Justice Taskforce.
Overall, the review found that the objects of the RTI Act and IP Act are being achieved and remain relevant. However, the review identified a number of opportunities to improve and enhance the operation of the legislation.
Hear her voice—Report 1 makes 89 recommendations to the Queensland Government about essential reforms required to the domestic violence service and justice systems, as well as a 4-phase plan that includes a comprehensive suite of legislative reforms.
The DJAG strategic plan 2022–26 is an essential document for our department. In setting our vision for the future it provides us with a common set of goals.
Our Kids Count is the Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages' campaign to increase birth registrations in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities
This document outlines the key priorities and the processes involved for enforcement of the blue card system.
Our vision is for a modern, fair and responsive Queensland where we respect, protect and promote human rights.
This strategy focuses on building a great workplace that reflects the diverse communities we serve, and empowers our people to contribute their best with equitable access to resources and opportunities.
An outline of the potential future state for ICT departmental capabilities.
OLGR's strategy includes liquor regulation, monitoring, enforcement, advice, education and place-based management strategies.
The Open data strategy establishes the open data principles and objectives that enable us to support open, accountable and transparent government.
The Queensland women's strategy 2022–27 provides a framework for all Queenslanders to strengthen and support the rights of Queensland women and girls and work towards achieving a gender-equal Queensland.