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Updated advice to DJAG staff
Staff are advised that a severe weather event is affecting parts of Queensland. Staff are urged to heed the advice of authorities and not take risks.
There are a significant number of closures, including schools.
In line with the directive of authorities, staff are advised to stay home and only undertake essential travel. Staff who have already arrived at work should go home safely as soon as they can – before midday, in line with current warnings.
Your supervisor will contact you with further updates. Please ensure you stay up to date with weather conditions and in contact with your supervisor where possible.
Staff are urged to heed the advice of authorities and not take risks.There are a significant number of closures, including schools. Staff are advised to stay home and only undertake essential travel.Your supervisor will contact you with further updates.
Stay informed of service closures due to Ex-Tropical Cyclone Debbie.More on Cyclone watch...
The 2017 National Victims of Crime Conference is calling for abstract submissions. This year's theme is Victims' Voices – Reform, Innovation and Action. Submissions close 1 April.More on Call for abstract submissions...
Property Law Review consultation is now open.More on Public consultation...
The trial domestic and family violence specialist court in Southport has undergone an interim review of its first six months. Read the report.More on Responding to domestic and family violence...
The Department of Justice and Attorney-General is implementing reform and creating initiatives to help end domestic and family violence in Queensland. Keep up-to-date by subscribing to this newsletter.More on DFV: DJAG is making a difference...
We have created 6 short videos explaining different aspects of the domestic violence court process. Watch these videos to understand how we manage domestic violence cases to protect the safety of all members of our community and to stop the violence.More on Domestic and family violence videos...