Disclosure log

The Right to Information Act 2009 (the RTI Act) commenced on 1 July 2009. Disclosure logs are part of the Queensland government’s proactive disclosure of information under the RTI Act and are published in accordance with the ‘Ministerial Guidelines – Operation of Publication Schemes and Disclosure Logs’ (DOC).

The Department of Children, Youth Justice and Multicultural Affairs’ (DCYJMA) disclosure log provides information that has been released in response to non-personal applications made under the RTI Act. The disclosure log contains a description of the information requested and a link to published documents.

DCYJMA publishes documents on this disclosure log that have been accessed by an applicant that do not contain their personal information. Some or all of the documents within an application may be fully released, partially released or not released as part of the original or disclosure log decision making process. Under the RTI Act, information must be deleted from any document if the publication:

  • is prevented by law
  • would be defamatory
  • would unreasonably invade a person's privacy
  • is confidential communication by a person other than the agency
  • is protected under contract, or
  • would cause substantial harm to an entity.

The documents published in the disclosure log are available in PDF format. If you are unable to read PDF documents, please email rti@csyw.qld.gov.au or telephone (07) 3097 5605.

Disclosure log applications
Application IDDateTopic / information requestedStatusApplicant / entity

APP2021-3074

25 March 2021

Adoption records relating to a specified person.

Currently being processed

Name withheld - publication of applicant’s name would invade their privacy (Applicant)

APP2021-2989

17 March 2021

Reports submitted by the contractors in relation to the following tenders:

  • Review of Conditional Bail Programs (DYJ168)
  • Evaluation of the Legal Advocacy and Bail Support Services (DYJ167)
  • Review of Adolescent Sexual Offending Services (DYJ112)

 

Application withdrawn

Rachel Riga (Applicant)

ABC News (Entity)

APP2021-2980

17 March 2021

For the period 1 June 2019 to 17 March 2021:

  1. Full quarterly inspection reports for Cleveland Youth Detention Centre and Brisbane Youth Detention Centre
  2. Complaints received about strip searches, body searches and partially clothed searches carried out on young people in youth detention centres
  3. Complaints received about inappropriate touching, sexual harassment and/or sexual abuse/behaviour by youth detention staff
  4. Reviews, investigations or disciplinary procedures conducted about strip searches, body searches and partially clothed searches carried out on young people in youth detention centres
  5. Documents relating to the need and use of Body Orifice Security Scanner (BOSS) for conducting searches on young people in youth detention from 1 June 2019 until present

Excluding:

  • Quarterly inspection reports which do not refer to strip searches, body searches and partially clothed searches
  • Draft reports
  • Duplicate documents

 

Currently being processed

Michael Atkin (Applicant)

ABC News (Entity)

APP2021-2650

2 March 2021

Infant life protection records.

 

Access refused

Name withheld - publication of applicant’s name would invade their privacy (Applicant)

APP2021-2659

1 March 2021

Infant life protection records.

Access refused

Name withheld - publication of applicant’s name would invade their privacy (Applicant)

APP2021-2660

19 February 2021

Infant life protection records.

Access refused

Name withheld - publication of applicant’s name would invade their privacy (Applicant)

APP2021-2248

10 February 2021

Records in relation to a specified individual’s placement at Wilson Youth Hospital and the Farm Home for Boys, Westbrook.

 

Access refused

Name withheld - publication of applicant’s name would invade their privacy (Applicant)

APP2021-2466

4 February 2021

  • Any document containing the number of young people on community-based and custodial orders in Queensland living with a disability;
  • departmental operational guideline, policy and procedure on disability identification for young people on supervision, community or detention orders;
  • tools used by departmental staff to identify disability for young people;
  • any document recording the number of people with disability in a youth detention facility at Jan 2021;
  • any document recording the number of people Youth Justice has supported to meet access in the 19/20 financial year, split by supervision, community and detention orders;
  • any document that lists the number of young people on orders who are eligible for the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS);
  • any document listing how many young people in detention have $0 or $1 NDIS plans;
  • any spreadsheet detailing the actual expenditure on disability identification in 19/20 financial year;
  • any spreadsheet detailing the funding committed to disability identification in the 20/21 financial year;
  • any document detailing the full time equivalent (FTE) positions dedicated to coordinating access, collecting reports gaining evidence of permanence and functional capacity, and arranging planning meetings, for young people on community and custodial orders needing access to NDIS;
  • any document providing an estimate of the number of hours clinical teams spend on producing reports to support young people to meet access to NDIS;
  • any document that outline the positions within Youth Justice which support young people to exercise their review rights under the NDIS;
  • any document that details how Youth Justice make planning meetings, meetings with support coordinators, NDIS-funded therapists, accessible to young people in custody;
  • any de-identified document listing average time spent in a detention setting for young people without a disability;
  • any de-identified document listing average time spent in a detention setting for young people with a disability;
  • any document detailing the age of the youngest person with a disability held in a detention facility in 2020;
  • any de-identified document that details the longest consecutive length of time young people of unsound mind or young people unfit to plea have spent in a youth detention facility since 2017;
  • any document that outlines how Youth Justice plans to make Independent Assessments accessible to the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) in 2022;
  • details about those detailed “at risk” by NDIA being exempt for Independent Assessments; and
  • any communiques between the Department and the NDIA regarding “at risk” young people.

Application finalised

Documents for release
APP2021-2466 (PDF, 19.2 MB)

Christopher Coombes (Applicant)

Queensland Advocacy Incorporated (Entity)

APP2021-2320

4 February 2021

A document outlining the funding arrangements for the Brisbane Aboriginal and Islander Child Care Agency (AICCA) and the reasons for discontinuation of funding and/or dissolution.

 

Application finalised

Documents for release
APP2021-2320 (PDF, 2.2 MB)

Marcia Mickelo (Applicant)

APP2021-2456

3 February 2021

Institution files in relation to Frank Gilson House, Maryborough for the period 1 January 1970 to 31 December 2000

 

Finalised – publication pending relevant 78B(2) deletions

Sunitha Abraham (Applicant)

Churches of Christ in Queensland (Entity)

APP2021-0153

27 January 2021

Youth justice client file relating to a specified person and/or complaint documents relating to the Wilson Youth Hospital and/or staff at the Wilson Youth Hospital.

Application withdrawn

Name withheld - publication of applicant’s name would invade their privacy (Applicant)

APP2021-2362

25 January 2021

Infant life protection records.

Access refused

Name withheld - publication of applicant’s name would invade their privacy (Applicant)

APP2021-1804

16 December 2020

Infant life protection records.

Finalised – publication would unreasonably invade an individual's privacy

Name withheld - publication of applicant’s name would invade their privacy (Applicant)

APP2021-1971

11 December 2020

Invoices and records of departmental payments made to a specified person.

Application finalised

Documents for release
APP2021-1971 (PDF, 427 KB)

Joshua Roberts (Applicant)

ABC News (Entity)

APP2021-1944

9 December 2020

Child Safety records about another person.

Access refused

Name withheld - publication of applicant’s name would invade their privacy (Applicant)

APP2021-1762

7 December 2020

Employee file relating to a specified person and investigation documents relating to a specified incident.

Application withdrawn

Name withheld - publication of applicant’s name would invade their privacy (Applicant)

APP2021-1413

23 November 2020

Staff names, institution map and placement documents relating to Westbrook Training Centre during a specified time period. 

Finalised – documents contain personal information of the applicant

Name withheld - publication of applicant’s name would invade their privacy (Applicant)

APP2021-1294

23 November 2020

Staff names, institution map and placement documents relating to Westbrook Training Centre during a specified time period. 

Finalised – documents contain personal information of the applicant

Name withheld - publication of applicant’s name would invade their privacy (Applicant)

APP2021-1304

19 November 2020

Placement documents, institution map and staff names relating to BYDC during a specified time period.

Finalised – documents contain personal information of the applicant

Name withheld - publication of applicant’s name would invade their privacy (Applicant)

APP2021-1631

16 November 2020

Briefing notes, emails and communications relating to a specified matter.

Finalised – publication would cause substantial harm to an entity

Brad Swan (Applicant)

Life Without Barriers (Entity)

APP2021-1630

16 November 2020

Briefing notes, emails and communications relating to a specified matter.

Finalised – publication would cause substantial harm to an entity

Brad Swan (Applicant)

Life Without Barriers (Entity)

APP2021-1582

12 November 2020

Infant life protection records.

Finalised – publication would unreasonably invade an individual's privacy

Name withheld - publication of applicant’s name would invade their privacy (Applicant)

APP2021-1223

26 October 2020

Infant life protection records.

Finalised – publication would unreasonably invade an individual's privacy

Name withheld - publication of applicant’s name would invade their privacy (Applicant)