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DFV: DJAG is making a difference

DFV: DJAG is making a difference showcases the important work DJAG is doing to strengthen the justice response and help end DFV in Queensland. It provides updates on DJAG’s work implementing more than 40 of the recommendations handed down by Dame Quentin Bryce’s Taskforce Report on DFV.

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  • Issue 4, Third and Fourth quarter 2017PDF Popular

    In this issue: DJAG becomes a White Ribbon accredited workplace along with 12 other Queensland Government agencies New laws introduced in each state and territory to improve protection of DFV victims through nationally recognised...

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  • Issue 3, Second quarter 2017PDF Popular

    In this issue: Victim Assist Queensland's financial assistance scheme is expanded to ensure all victims of domestic and family violence can access assistance. Specialist domestic and family violence courts to remain after...

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  • Issue 2, First quarter 2017PDF Popular

    In this issue: Queensland Courts’ new online form which streamlines the application process for protection orders how faster sharing of information about domestic violence orders (DVOs) is helping frontline officers respond...

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  • Issue 1, Fourth quarter 2016PDF Popular

    The Department of Justice and Attorney-General is implementing reform and creating initiatives to help end domestic and family violence in Queensland. Email to subscribe

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Licence Creative Commons Attribution 4.0
Publication set custodian Justice and Attorney-General

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Justice and Attorney-General, Queensland Government, DFV: DJAG is making a difference, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 sourced on 23 July 2019

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