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The Queensland Sentencing Advisory Council provides independent research and advice, seeks public views and promotes community understanding of sentencing matters.
The Council’s role is to:
- inform the community about sentencing in Queensland through research and publications
- engage with Queenslanders to gather their views on sentencing
- advise on sentencing matters.
We operate in accordance with part 12 of the Penalties and Sentences Act 1992. We were re-established in 2016 after an amendment to this Act. The previous Sentencing Advisory Council operated from 2010 to 2012.
Members & staff
Who we are.
How we’re doing and our plans for the future.
What governs the way we work.
This explains how we make information available to you.