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Victims of crime

  • Support for victims of crime

    Information and advice for victims of crime; including reporting an incident, information about help and support that is available and contacts for getting further support and advice.

  • Request victim of crime information

    Online form to request information about help and support that is available and getting further support and advice.

  • Financial assistance

    Information about the financial assistance available for victims of crime and how to apply.

  • Victim rights and complaints

    Find out your rights when interacting with us for information and services and how to make a complaint if you feel you have been treated unfairly.

  • Court support for victims of crime

    Find help and support if you are a victim of crime and you have to go to court.

  • Witnessing a crime

    Information and advice for people who witnesses a crime; including reporting an incident, providing evidence in court, and where to go for help to overcome the emotional and psychological impact of witnessing the crime.

  • Agency funding, support and research

    Information about training available for agencies that support victims of violent crime.

Victim coordination program

The Victim coordination program provides victims of violent crime/s—in Queensland—with support as they go through the criminal justice system and apply for financial assistance.

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Victim Impact Statement
© The State of Queensland (Department of Justice and Attorney-General).

Victim Impact Statement

Posted
16 March 2015

Attending court as a victim of crime? Download our guide to completing a Victim Impact Statement here.

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Support for culturally and linguistically diverse clients
© The State of Queensland (Department of Justice and Attorney-General).

VAQ CALD

Posted
16 March 2015

Factsheets for supporting culturally and linguistically diverse clients are available.

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More help for victims

Victims of Crime and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2016 passed with amendments on 22 March 2017.

Find out more about the review of the Victims of Crime Assistance Act 2009.

Last updated
10 July 2017
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