Public safety consultative committees
A public safety consultative committee (PSCC) is a group of state and local government and community stakeholders who provide advice and assistance to the local board.
Members can include representatives from the Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation, Queensland Police Service, emergency services (ambulance and fire), Transport and Main Roads, local government and community organisations that provide services within the precinct.
Other organisations may also be represented based on local needs (e.g. the Australian Defence Force for Townsville and Ipswich).
The PSCC will not vote on resolutions of the local board, but are required to be invited to each meeting of the local board.
- Read the Liquor Act 1992.
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