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New LGBTI Liaison Officer Program Launched

23 April 2019

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex (LGBTI) Liaison Officers from the Brisbane Region have today launched a new service allowing members of the community the ability to contact them 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The Queensland Police Service (QPS) is committed to ensuring policing services are accessible to all members of the community.
Police work closely with LGBTI communities to develop partnerships, awareness and understanding of impacting issues.

The LGBTI Liaison Officer Program provides a professional, non-discriminatory, accessible policing service to members of the LGBTI communities.

As part of the LGBTI Liaison Program, a number of police personnel are dedicated LGBTI liaison officers.

These officers are located throughout the State and undertake the role in addition to their regular duties.

Liaison officers can provide support and assistance to LGBTI community members when dealing with police matters.

It is important to note that all police related issues or complaints from LGBTI community members can be reported to any police officer or via Policelink.

If however you wish to speak to an LGBTI Liaison Officer please advise the officer taking your complaint or contact Policelink on 131 444 who will transfer you through to the on-call officer.

Last updated 23 April 2019
Last reviewed 23 April 2019

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