The demise of a pregnant lady, her companion and a motorbike rider is forcing the Queensland authorities to change its youth bail laws.
Mr Bailey stated the Palaszczuk authorities’s primary precedence was fast-tracking any adjustments and all choices had been on the desk, with the cupboard assembly on Monday to begin the method.
Even the chance of juvenile offenders being made to put on GPS trackers had been canvassed, though Mr Bailey wouldn’t say whether or not he supported that measure.
“I believe there’s little doubt that folks have been shocked on the quantity of the situations during the last two weeks, together with the final couple of days,” he stated.
“A quantity of folks have died, who had been within the mistaken place on the mistaken time, and it’s unimaginable tragedies.
“My coronary heart goes out to the household and buddies of those that are not with is.
“The federal government completely understands the gravity of this concern and we’re working via it totally to have the simplest response that we are able to.”
The necessity to urgently evaluate bail laws for youth offenders comes after the demise of pedestrians Kate Leadbetter and Matty Area, who had been struck by a car allegedly pushed by a teen on bail on Australia Day.
Ms Leadbetter was pregnant with their first baby.
On Friday night time, Jennifer Board, 22, died when her bike collided head-on with a Statesman sedan alleged to be in pursuit of an alleged stolen automobile in Townsville late Friday night time.
In late January, a number of youths, one as younger as 12, had been arrested after they allegedly took a stolen automobile on a harmful pleasure trip via the streets of Townsville.
“I believe the Premier has made it clear that that is primary precedence for the federal government, so I look ahead to these discussions as a member of the cupboard,” Mr Bailey stated.
“The Premier’s indicated there can be bulletins over the following week or so and subsequent few days.
“I’m not going to get into particular person proposals. Clearly completely different companies are placing ahead completely different potential options.
“This isn’t a straightforward concern. If it was, it could have been solved a very long time in the past.
“We’ve obtained to be efficient and really thorough.”
Speak of adjustments to the youth bail laws overshadowed Mr Bailey’s press convention about southeast Queensland recording probably the most journeys on public transport in a single day because the first COVID measures had been launched in March final yr.
He stated it was a powerful signal within the state’s financial restoration.
There have been greater than 460,000 journeys taken on buses, trains, trams and ferries all through the southeast nook final Wednesday, simply 27 per cent under the identical time final yr, he stated.