If you believe your child is in immediate danger or a life-threatening situation, call emergency services on triple zero – 000.
Under our legislation, we don’t investigate individual children’s and families’ circumstances. If you suspect a child in Queensland is experiencing harm or neglect, please contact the Department of Children, Youth Justice and Multicultural Affairs.
Data tracks progress of First Nations kids over-represented in care
19 January 2023
The Queensland Family and Child Commission (QFCC) has released data for 2021–22 that reports on the rates of over-representation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children in Queensland’s child protection system.
End complacency around swimming pools this summer
12 December 2022
Complacency around backyard swimming pools may be a key factor in the rate of child drownings in Queensland, according to data...
Child death data provides insights into prevention priorities
9 December 2022
The number of child deaths in Queensland continues to fall, but new data released shows youth suicide, sudden unexpected deaths in infancy...
Young First Nations people yarn about youth justice
17 November 2022
More than 100 children and young people have described their lived experiences of Queensland’s youth justice system and its effectiveness in reducing reoffending.
End-of-year wrap up from Luke and Natalie
1 December 2022
Principal Commissioner Luke Twyford and Commissioner Natalie Lewis provide a wrap up of 2022 at the Commission and talk about their vision for 2023.
Make sure your pool fence measures up this summer
17 November 2022
With the weather heating up in the Sunshine State, homeowners and occupiers are being encouraged to make sure they know the pool rules.