In her first public interview since Detective Leeding was gunned down, Julie Waters said she almost did not survive the grief and even now, some sights and sounds could bring… read more →
QHVSG in the News
QHVSG works in close and considered association with Queensland and Australia’s media organisations. It is our intention, through consistent and professional communications, to ensure first and foremost the interests of our Members, those who have been impacted by homicide. Secondarily, we understand and acknowledge the value ethical journalism can bring to the justice process related to homicides specifically. There are many instances whereby media have played an instrumental role in bringing about justice through awareness of suspected perpetrators, and equally have conveyed accurate and empathetic stories in relation to individuals and families who have lost a loved one to homicide. QHVSG directly, and indirectly through its work with Daisy Chain Foundation and OPCK, works only with media who comply with the Australian Standards for Ethical Journalism. Media releases form an important part of our day to day operations and also provide a channel for QHVSG and its Members’ voices on matters associated with homicide awareness, legislation, funding, events and more.
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Lastest Media Release
“It’s Not Sport, It’s NOT ON ANYMORE” says The One Punch Can Kill™ Campaign On Anzac Day we remember our brave, yet some choose to act like cowards. The post-match… read more →
MEDIA RELEASE – New Family Support Coordinator for Northern QLD