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    Queensland Counter-Terrorism Committee Annual Report 2008
    Cabinet noted the Queensland Counter-Terrorism Committee’s Annual Report 2008 which reported on activities undertaken by Queensland Government agencies to implement the Queensland Counter-Terrorism Strategy 2008-10 to strengthen counter-terrorism capabilities and arrangements. During 2008 Queensland Government agencies have continued to work closely with the Commonwealth and other states and terri

    Qld Counter Terrorism Ctte Ann Rep 2009
    The Queensland Counter-Terrorism Committee provides the forum for counter terrorism coordination and information sharing amongst Queensland agencies. The Queensland Counter-Terrorism Committee’s Annual Report 2009 reports on activities undertaken by Queensland Government agencies to implement the Queensland Counter-Terrorism Strategy 2008-10 to strengthen counter-terrorism capabilities and arrang

    Counter Terrorism Strategy
    The Queensland Counter-Terrorism Committee (QCTC) provides a forum for whole of Government coordination and leadership on Queensland’s counter-terrorism preparedness and capabilities. The 2011-2013 Queensland Counter-Terrorism Strategy will replace the 2008-10 Strategy. The 2011-13 Strategy builds on the work commenced in 2008-10 and importantly ensures that, where appropriate and required, we hav

    Queensland Counter Terrorism Committee
    The Queensland Counter-Terrorism Committee (QCTC) provides the forum for counter-terrorism coordination, development and information sharing amongst relevant Queensland Government agencies. Through the QCTC, the maintenance and development of an effective state-wide counter-terrorism capability is achieved. The QCTC reports to Cabinet annually. Key highlights from 2011 QCTC Annual Report included:

    Queensland Counter-Terrorism Strategy 2013-2018
    The threat of terrorism is a real and enduring one which has the potential to undermine the safety and security of our community. The Queensland Government has primary responsibility for countering this threat and ensuring that Queensland meets its obligations under the national counter-terrorism arrangements. The Queensland Counter-Terrorism Committee (QCTC) was established to coordinate a stat

    Counter-Terrorism and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2016
    The Terrorism (Preventative Detention) Act 2005 and the Public Safety Preservation Act 1986 provide powers for the Queensland Police Service (QPS) to deal with terrorist incidents occurring in, or affecting Queensland. Since September 2014, nationally, there has been a significant escalation of terrorist related activity with three terrorist acts having been committed and a further six imminent p

    Whole-of-government social cohesion approach and countering violent extremism referral program
    In response to recent events in Australia and overseas, governments around the world and within Australia are increasingly turning their attention to social cohesion as a mechanism to counter violent extremism (CVE). This approach recognises that legislative and policing work in the CVE area is more effective if complemented by community-based social cohesion strategies. Compared with other countr

    Cohesive Communities Action Plan for Queensland 2016-18
    As part of the 2015–16 State Budget, the Queensland Government committed $5 million over three years for a committee to strengthen social cohesion and address issues that lead to anti-social behaviours, including extremism. In June 2016, the Queensland Government established the Queensland Social Cohesion Implementation Committee (QSCIC) as a step towards enhancing social cohesion in our communit

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