Have your say on juvenile justice system
ANYONE wishing to have a say on juvenile justice in Queensland now has the chance, with the State Government calling on people to contribute to its Blueprint for the Future of Youth Justice.
"As I travel the state, one of the key concerns raised is the rate of youth crime in some of our communities and what needs to be done to combat it," Attorney-General Jarrod Bleijie said.
"What has been done in the past 20 years has not worked."
Mr Bleijie said the survey was available at justice.qld.gov.au until June 30.