Make a submission

Make a submission

Have your say

The Women’s Safety and Justice Taskforce is inviting anyone wanting to contribute to the Taskforce’s consideration of its terms of reference to make a submission.

Submissions can be made at any time.

The Taskforce is also inviting submissions on its first discussion paper, which explores options for legislating against coercive control and the creation of a standalone domestic violence offence.

The closing date for submissions on this discussion paper is Friday 9 July 2021.

Submissions can be made confidentially (if desired) and securely online.

Make a submission

Alternatives to online submissions:

If you would prefer to make a submission via post, please ensure you complete a submission questionnaire (available below) and provide it with your submission.

Submission Questionnaires – only for people providing submissions via post.

Submissions can be made via post to:

Women’s Safety and Justice Taskforce
GPO Box 149
BRISBANE  QLD  4001