Overview

The Department of Justice and Attorney-General is an Australian State Government Department responsible for administering the justice system in Queensland. The department is headquartered in Brisbane and employs approximately 8,140 people.

 

The Department of Justice & Attorney-General Queensland is responsible for providing the following services:

  • Fair and safe work
  • Courts and tribunals
  • Criminal and civil justice
  • Youth justice
  • Community justice services
  • Reform and support services
  • Liquor, gaming and fair trading
  • Queensland corrective services
  • Human rights protection
  • Birth, deaths and marriages registration services
  • Dispute resolution and mediation
  • Public guardianship and systems advocacy
  • Victims of crime assistance
  • Community benefit funding programs

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