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Victims Register

Confidentiality

Are the details of eligible persons confidential?

The hard copy details of eligible persons are stored securely by Queensland Corrective Services. Computer records relating to the Victims Register are only able to be accessed by a very limited number of people within Queensland Corrective Services.

Prisoners/Offenders are not informed when a person is placed on the QCS Victims Register nor will the QCS Victims Register release information to anyone other than the eligible person or their nominee unless required to by the Corrective Services Act 2006, other legislation or by a court order.

Does the information provided to me by the Victims Register need to remain confidential?

All information provided by the QCS Victims Register must be treated confidentially. Information from the QCS Victims Register must not be disclosed for public dissemination by either the eligible person or their nominee. Disclosure of this information,publicly, may result in the deactivation of their registration and other penalties as described in s341 of the Corrective Services Act 2006, including up to 2 years imprisonment.



Last updated: 10 November 2016