Sharing responsibility for children's safety and wellbeing - Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services (Queensland Government)

Sharing responsibility for children's safety and wellbeing

Caring for children and keeping them safe will be a shared responsibility. Government, non-government agencies, communities businesses and industry are working together to deliver the right services families need to raise children who are safe, well, healthy and supported.

Central and regional governance

The Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services is represented on each of the central and regional governance structures established to oversee the reform program and promote strong collaborative partnerships across the government and non-government sectors.

This includes:

The department has also established a Stakeholder Advisory Group comprising academics and representatives from peak agencies and key non-government service partners, in response to Recommendation 6.2 of the Queensland Child Protection Commission of Inquiry’s final report.

The Stakeholder Advisory Group provides expert advice to the department on the development, implementation and monitoring of child and family reform policy and programs.

 

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