Site map - Child Safety Services, Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services (Queensland Government)

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Protecting children

Our department is dedicated to protecting children and young people who have been harmed, or are at risk of harm.

Foster and kinship care

Every day thousands of Queenslanders confirm their commitment to protecting Queensland's vulnerable children through their role of being a carer.


Adoption is a way to provide a permanent family for children who, for various reasons, cannot live with their birth family. The legal adoption process establishes a permanent parent-child relationship between a child and his or her adoptive parents.


We work in partnership with non-government organisations (NGO) and other Queensland Government departments as well as the broader community to deliver quality child protection services.

About us

Child Safety Services is dedicated to protecting children and young people from harm or who are at risk of harm, and whose parents cannot provide adequate care or protection for them.

Child Safety Practice Manual

The Child Safety Practice Manual provides a comprehensive set of procedures that guide and inform the delivery of child protection services by the Department of Communities (Child Safety) in Queensland.
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