from the Attorney-General, Justice Minister
and Leader of the House
The Hon Yvette D’Ath MP
Summary of stakeholder consultation on TAFV review outcomes
Industry stakeholders have expressed their views on the government’s interim response to the recommendations of the review of the Government’s Tackling Alcohol Fuelled-Violence Policy at forums across Queensland.
The first was held in Brisbane and attended by more than 40 representatives from safe night precinct boards, liquor accords, rest and recovery services and peak industry associations including Clubs Queensland.
The Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation (OLGR) presented each of the recommendations from the report, including those that were and weren’t supported by the Queensland Government.
Candid and constructive discussions were held about the proposed changes with state-wide impact such as the availability of banning lists and mandatory CCTV requirements, to mandatory ID scanning and safe night precincts.
I’d like to thank every representative who took the time to participate.
All the feedback provided at these events has been consolidated by OLGR and will be submitted to the government for its consideration.