PeakCare Submissions – 2017

On 31st March 2017, PeakCare lodged a submission to the Queensland Family and Child Commission in response to the Review of the blue card system: Options paper that identified options for reform in three areas: strengthening the system, streamlining the operation of the system, and enhancing community participation. View submission.

On 3rd February 2017, PeakCare lodged a submission in response to the 2016 Consultation on the Review of the “Right to Information Act 2009” and “Information Privacy Act 2009” paper as part of a legislatively mandated review of the efficacy of Queensland’s freedom of information laws. View submission.

On 3rd February 2017, PeakCare lodged a submission in response to the consultation paper Review about whether a domestic violence disclosure scheme should be introduced in Queensland released by the Queensland Law Reform Commission in December 2016 as part of state government reform of domestic and family violence legislation. View submission.

On 20th January 2017, PeakCare lodged a submission to the Queensland Family and Child Commission in response to the Review of the blue card system: Discussion paper. View submission.

On 20th January 2017, PeakCare lodged a submission in response to the Review of the foster care system: Discussion paper released by the Queensland Family and Child Commission about mechanisms to strengthen carer assessment and approval processes, and safeguards for children in out-of-home care. View submission.

On 16th January 2017, PeakCare lodged a submission in response to the options paper The next chapter in child protection legislation for Queensland, released in October 2016 as part of the broad scale Supporting Families Changing Futures reform program to review the design and implementation of child protection legislation in Queensland. View submission.