During a hearing at Child Safety Inquiry, it has been highlighted that children who are a victim of violence and are highly abused by their parents are actually mentally such developed that they become accustomed to the violent environment and do the same in society.
Further, it has been mentioned that Queensland's child safety workers come out to play their roles only when the situation becomes worse. They are informed only then.
Commissioner Tim Carmody claimed the workers of the Communities Department need to take up an action early and not when the situation has worsened. They should get involved into the situation or get involved with the families, which are so-called the at-risk families, or disputed families or violent homes, so as to provide the children with a better environment, where they don't grow violent.
He informed Department of Communities and Child Safety Executive Director Brad Swan: "You seem to be like a fire fighting rescue. Your role comes in when a child is in the system via notification or substantiation. Then your role is processing them through the courts".
Inquiry was informed that many complaints filed against child abuse in the country have not yet been verified. In the year 2010-11, as many as 6598 substantiations were reported.
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