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Child Protection Regulation 2011

Austrailia Government of Queensland Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Queensland 1 July 2014 Legislation/regulation child/youth protection, guardian, vulnerability

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The Child Protection Regulation 2011 is a subordinate piece of legislation under the Child Protection Act 1999. The Queensland Government is now reviewing the Child Protection Act 1999 to ensure that it provides a contemporary legislative framework for the child protection and family support system.

Part 1 Preliminary
Part 2 Placing child in care
Part 3 Regulation of care
Part 4 Confidentiality in relation to administration of Act
Part 5 Corresponding laws of other States
Part 6 Keeping records and preparing report
Part 7 Suitable person
Part 8 Repeal and transitional provisions


Child Protection Regulation 2011
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