Code of Conduct
Code of Conduct for the Queensland Public Service
Applies to the staff of the Commission Secretariat.
Queensland Law Reform Commission Code of Conduct
The Public Sector Ethics Act 1994 (Qld) requires public sector entities, such as the Queensland Law Reform Commission (the ‘Commission’), to have a code of conduct that applies to the entity and to the public officials of the entity in performing their official functions.
Public Interest Disclosure Policy
The Commission has adopted the Public Interest Disclosure Policy of the Department of Justice and Attorney-General.
Queensland Law Reform Commission
PO Box 13312 George Street Post Shop
Brisbane Qld 4003
Human Resources Policies
The human resources policies of the Department of Justice and Attorney-General apply to the staff of the Commission Secretariat and, where relevant, to the members of the Commission.
Financial Management Policies
The financial management policies of the Department of Justice and Attorney-General apply to the Commission.
Complaints Management Policy
The Commission complies with the complaint management policies and procedures of the Department of Justice and Attorney-General, insofar as they are relevant. The Commission Secretariat also complies with those policies and procedures.
The Commission did not receive any complaints in the 2020-2021 financial year.
Protocol for the development of proposed programs
The Commission's Protocol outlining the framework of the steps to be taken and matters to be considered by the Commission in preparing and submitting a proposed Program of law reform for the Attorney-General’s consideration.
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