Our priorities

The Queensland Racing Integrity Commission’s Strategic Plan 2020-2024 (2023 review) outlines the Commission’s role, objectives and strategies.

It also describes the Commission’s strategic challenges and risks and performance indicators. 

The Strategic Plan 2020-2024 replaces the Commission’s first Strategic Plan.

The Commission’s Regulatory Strategy and Framework 2021-2025 is its cornerstone strategic and operational planning document, and highlights current regulatory threats, challenges and opportunities for the next four years.

It has an emphasis on education, engagement and then enforcement as a best-practice regulatory approach.

This will be driven by implementation of intelligence-led, risk-based decision-making to ensure that regulatory responses are proportionate and meet the Commission’s resource model.

QRIC Reframing the Relationship – Plan

QRIC is proud that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have continuing rights and responsibilities as the first peoples of Queensland, including traditional ownership and connection to land and waters.

In line with this sentiment and our legislative requirements under the Public Sector Act 2022, QRIC has developed a Reframing the Relationship Plan. This plan will support the Government’s commitment to reframing its relationship with Aboriginal peoples and Torres Strait Islander peoples through recognising the role public sector entities play in supporting a reframed relationship and developing cultural capability.

See the QRIC Reframing the Relationship-Plan.