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Submission to the Independent Commission of Inquiry into Queensland Police Service responses to domestic and family violence

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posted on 2022-06-28, 01:17 authored by Kate Fitz-GibbonKate Fitz-Gibbon, Ellen ReevesEllen Reeves, Bridget Harris, Sandra WalklateSandra Walklate, Marie SegraveMarie Segrave, Jasmine McGowanJasmine McGowan, Stefani Vasil, Silke Meyer

Thank you for the opportunity to provide a submission to the Independent Commission of Inquiry into Queensland Police Service responses to domestic and family violence. This submission has been prepared by members of the Monash Gender and Family Violence Prevention Centre (MGFVPC).


Please find our submission attached to this letter. Our submission is structured into 8 main sections:

  • The criminalisation of coercive control: Considerations for police
  • Misidentification of the predominant aggressor
  • Police responses to technology-facilitated abuse
  • Policing domestic and family violence in rural areas
  • The importance of specialised police responses to domestic and family violence
  • Officer-involved domestic violence
  • Accountability and complaints processes
  • Summary of recommendations

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