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1. What is this survey about

We respectfully acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the First Peoples of Queensland and their continuing connection to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their Elders, past, present and emerging.
This is the third and final year of the CJG Program Evaluation Survey (2021 to 2023). This survey asks about the outcomes and impacts of CJG services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.  
This survey is seeking feedback from people who:
- work with CJGs
- are responsible for programs and services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in communities where there are CJGs
- use CJG services to achieve their organisational goals
- live in communities where CJGs work (including people who have contact with the justice system). 
If you have been involved with more than one CJG, please give an overall assessment in your ratings. You can make specific comments in the text boxes. 
Your feedback is very important for the evaluation. No personal information is collected and your response is completely private. You can skip questions or stop at any time. 
Click here for more information about the CJG Program and the Program Evaluation. 
Please Note: If this survey is not for you, there are two other surveys for:
 .  Judicial Officers who have presided over courts with CJGs. You can request a link at 
 .  CJG staff, Elders and members. click here.  

DJAG is organising this survey on behalf of the evaluators, Myuma. The information will be given directly to Myuma for the purpose of the evaluation of the CJG program. Please send any further comments directly to
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