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    Reportable Conduct Scheme

    The Queensland Government is committed to ensuring a consistent and systemic level of supervision regarding employee conduct in organisations providing care and services to children and young people.

    The establishment of a Reportable Conduct Scheme in Queensland will provide an oversight mechanism to ensure that organisations providing services to children appropriately investigate and manage allegations and convictions of child abuse, involving their employees and volunteers.

    The discussion paper A Reportable Conduct Scheme (PDF, 671 KB) outlines the issues that need to be considered in developing a Reportable Conduct Scheme for Queensland.

    Queenslanders are invited to make a submission that addresses the key questions in the paper, or provides views and ideas that will help inform the development of a scheme.

    Submissions close Tuesday, 2 May 2017.

    Find out more about making a submission for the Reportable Conduct Scheme.

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    Last updated:
    10 March, 2017
    Last reviewed:
    10 March, 2017