QFCC reviews & inquiries
The Queensland Family and Child Commission (QFCC) promotes the safety, wellbeing and best interests of children and young people. To do this, the QFCC provides leadership and gives expert advice to government agencies about laws, policies, practices and services.
Since 2014, the QFCC has conducted a number of major government reviews and inquiries into protecting children in Queensland.
- When a child is missing: Remembering Tiahleigh - a report into Queensland's children missing from out of home care (2016)
- Recommendation 28: Supplementary Review (2016)
- Review of the blue card system (2017)
- Review of the foster care system (2017)
- A systems review of individual agency findings following the death of a child (2017)
- Changing the Sentence: overseeing Queensland's youth justice system (2021)
Healthcheck I Summary Report (2014-15) and Healthcheck II Summary Report (2015-17): Changes to mandatory reporting and referral behaviour in the Child Protection and Family Support System can be found below.
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