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Historic youth justice reforms commence today

Minister for Child Safety, Youth and Women and Minister for the Prevention of Domestic and Family Violence | The Honourable Di Farmer | 12 February at 3:20pm
The Palaszczuk Government’s historic youth justice reforms will commence from today, with 17-year-olds coming in to the justice system to be treated as juveniles.

Police Minister and Commissioner meet with Major General

Minister for Police and Minister for Corrective Services | The Honourable Mark Ryan | 31 January at 9:00pm
Police Minister Mark Ryan and Police Commissioner Ian Stewart have met with Townsville’s community champion, Major General Stuart Lyle Smith AO.

Queensland juvenile justice reforms announced last year will commence on February 12

Minister for Child Safety, Youth and Women and Minister for the Prevention of Domestic and Family Violence | The Honourable Di Farmer | 29 January at 3:00pm
Queensland will treat 17 year-olds under Youth Justice laws instead of as adults from February 12, delivering on a Palaszczuk Government promise and bringing the state into line with legislation in all other Australian jurisdictions.

Five of the Service's finest nationally recognised

Minister for Police and Minister for Corrective Services | The Honourable Mark Ryan | 26 January at 9:00am
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Minister thanks the unsung heroes of Corrective Services

Minister for Police and Minister for Corrective Services | The Honourable Mark Ryan | 19 January at 12:45pm
Corrective Services Minister Mark Ryan has lauded Queensland Corrective Services’ unsung heroes and quiet achievers on National Corrections Day today.