State Departments for Victims of Crime
Department of Communities
Disability Training Program – Victims of Crime is funded by is funded by the department of Justice and Attorney General. Their website provides a comprehensive range of information available about the program which are currently funded and also gives information on Disability Services throughout Queensland.
Department of Justice and Attorney General
This website provides a comprehensive range of information about the Queensland legal system and provides links to other statutory bodies. These include Victims Assist Queensland and the Department of Public Prosecutions. On this website you can view the courts and court rooms in Queensland.
Victim Assist Queensland
This is the scheme for victims of crime in Queensland that commenced on 1 December 2009. Victims can receive financial assistance, information on the scheme and how to apply, as well as referral to support services to assist their recovery from an act of violent crime.
To contact Victim Assist Queensland for further information, phone 1300 546 587 from 8.30am to 5pm Monday to Friday.
List of support services across Queensland available here:
Queensland Police Service
Provides information about the role of police, locations and services provide.
Provides legal representation to people who fit their criteria. Their website provides information their services and how to access them.