As Commissioner of Police for the State of Queensland, I would like to take the opportunity to welcome you to the Queensland Police Serivce Publication Scheme.
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Biography - Commissioner of Police Ian Stewart
Who we are and what we do
The About Us section provides information on The Service including our organisational structure and functions, locations and contacts.
Client Service Charter
The purpose of a Client Service Charter is to provide a statement of what our clients can expect by way of services provided by the Queensland Police Service. The Client Service Charter sets out the expectations of the Queensland Police Service in relation to its own performance and the expectations it has of the community.
How we make decisions
The QPS decision making processes are controlled within a corporate governance framework. This framework ensures the department achieves its strategic goals and operational objectives, monitors risk and optimises organisational performance. Our key elements common to good governance include accountability, transparency and openness and recognition of stakeholder rights.
States Our Vision and Purpose. Provides information on the Queensland Police Service including our Client Service Charter, Powers and Responsibilities, Organisational Structure, Information Privacy Plan, Rank Insignia, Disability Service Plan, Queensland Police Service Medal and the Right to Information and Privacy.
Outlines our organisational structure including our Regions, Commands and Division. QPS Organisational Structure.
Police Station Locator
An A-Z index of Police Stations, Police Beat Shopfronts and Neighbourhood Police Beats.
Lists our contact details including Police Link and Crime Stoppers. The Service also welcomes constructive feedback on the performance of our officers and staff in providing services to the community.
Relationships with other authorities
Provides related links to other government agencies, related policing sties and other sites of interest.
Volunteers in Policing
Volunteers in Policing (ViPs) are based in local police establishments where they work with police to address customer service, community safety and crime prevention needs in the community. The range of tasks they undertake complement rather than compete with the roles and responsibilities of paid police officers and staff members.
The Queensland Police Service record of deceased officers is split into three separate lists including the Role of Honour, In Remembrance and those that have Died on Active Service. All of the officers on these lists died while on duty between the years 1859 and 2011.
Facilities and Activities
Highlights those areas of The Service that may not otherwise be known or obvious to the general community including tours of Police Headquarters, Dog Squad, Mounted Police, Museum and our Pipes and Drums band.
Queensland Governement Gazette - (Publications)
To view what the Minister of Police is responsible for and the Acts to which each agency administers, please view the Queensland Government Publications website.
Public Service Commission - Renewing our culture and values
The Queensland Public Service Commission is driving a renewal agenda to enable the Queensland public service to become the most responsive and respected public service in the nation. The Queensland Government will be more effective, deliver value for money and ultimately achieve better outcomes for Queenslanders. To find out more about the public service values, please click here.
Protective Services has provided protective security services to the people and property assets of the Queensland Government for more than 60 years. It protects important government assets including schools, Queensland Cultural Centre, courthouses and government offices across the state.
Body Worn Cameras
The use of body worn cameras (BWC) by police is becoming increasingly prevalent in policing both within Australia and internationally, providing law enforcement agencies with an independent and objective resource to capture incidents and interactions between police and members of the community.
The Queensland Police Service employs more than 11,000 officers to protect and serve the community in all parts of the State. As police are given specific powers, recruiting people with the right skills, aptitude and attitude is critical to delivering the services expected by residents and visitors to Queensland. The dedicated Police Recruiting website provides all the information an applicant will need to progress through the recruit selection process. Visit www.policerecruit.com.au to see if you meet the standard for a secure job with hundreds of exciting career opportunities.
Compliments and Complaints
Provides a statement of what our clients expect by way of service provided by the Department. The Client Service Charter sets out the expectations of the Queensland Police Service in relation to its own performance and the expectations it has of the community.
Note: Some of the documents on this site are currently only available in .pdf format. Should you be unable to read these documents please Contact us. We will endeavour to meet all reasonable requests for an alternate hardcopy format of the document, free of charge.