Have your say on reducing criminal activity in Queensland

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Queenslanders are encouraged to contribute their views on strategies to prevent and reduce criminal activity across the state.
The Queensland Parliament’s Legal Affairs and Community Safety Committee are currently conducting an inquiry into these issues and are calling upon Queenslanders to have their say by providing evidence at upcoming committee hearings.
Committee Chair, Ian Berry, MP has announced dates for hearings on the Gold Coast, Ipswich, Sunshine Coast, Toowoomba and Brisbane as part of the Committee’s ongoing process of consultation across Queensland.
“I encourage interested persons in each of these areas to contact the committee and register their willingness to contribute their views and experiences on how we can reduce criminal activity in Queensland,” Mr Berry said.
The dates and locations of the public hearings are below-
Gold Coast - 28 July
Ipswich - 29 July
Sunshine Coast - 30 July
Toowoomba - 31 July
Brisbane, Parliament House - 4 August
Brisbane, Parliament House - 6 August
Brisbane, Parliament House - 8 August
Anyone wishing to appear before the Committee and provide evidence in person should first contact the Committee Secretariat by email at: lacsc@parliament,qld.gov.au
Please advise which location you wish to attend and whether you would like to provide evidence in a private or public session. Hearings in other locations across Queensland will be confirmed in the near future.
Mr Berry said that as part of this inquiry, the Committee would recommend measures to curb criminal activity, reduce rates of recidivism, and build a safer community.
“The Committee looks forward to hearing the views of people across South East Queensland as part of these upcoming hearings,” Mr Berry said.

The Committee is required to report to the House by 31 October 2014.

Have your say on reducing criminal activity in Queensland
Mooloolaba Surf Club, Mooloolaba
30th of July 2014

Queensland Government :
07 3224 4500
07 3221 3631
Queensland Government

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