On 1 October 2016, the administration of the blue card system transitioned from the Public Safety Business Agency (PSBA) to the Department of Justice and Attorney General. Click here.
Staying safe online
Are you safe online? It doesn’t matter if you are a digital native or a digital novice it is important to learn how to stay safe and protected when you are online and connected. Here are some tips and resources for children and young people to help them stay safe online. Click here.
Right now there are many young people being cyberbullied. By reporting it, talking about it and supporting each other we can stop it. Here are some tips and resources for children and young people to help them deal with and prevent cyberbullying. Click here.
Queensland Family and Child Commission
The Queensland Family and Child Commission (FCC) was established on 1 July 2014 as part of the package of child protection reforms that also saw the creation of the OPG. The FCC provides independent advice on the effectiveness of child protection reforms and promotes and advocates the role of the families and communities to protect and care for Queensland's children and young people. Click here.
Help for young people transitioning out of care
Sortli is a free mobile app designed to help young people transitioning out of care. It has been developed by young people, in partnership with the CREATE Foundation and the Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services. Click here.
Help for victims of crime
If you have been a victim of crime, there are a number of support services that can help you, including referral services, court support, legal help and financial assistance. Click here.
Paint it purple
There are over 43,000 kids across Australia that will not be sleeping in their family homes tonight. You can change this. Paint it purple for CREATE and help kids in care. Click here.