Qld domestic violence report: what's in it

Sweeping reforms have been announced as part of an inquiry investigating sexism, misogyny and racism in the Queensland Police Service.

A total of 78 recommendations have been made by the inquiry's landmark report into the QPS response to domestic violence, released on Monday.

They include:

* Establish an independent Police Integrity Unit to create the necessary cultural shift within the QPS.

* Establish permanent, full-time positions for Domestic Violence Liaison officers and co-ordinators

* Establish a domestic violence unit in each district that maintains a 24 hours per day, seven-day on-call response capability

* Ensure QPS Field Training Officers have no pending, current or previous domestic and family violence order history, no complaints history of concern and capacity to respond to domestic violence.

* Establish permanent, full-time LGBTQI Liaison Officer positions in each district

* Establish a First Nations panel to assess and advise on its cultural capability training

* Appoint an independent implementation supervisor to oversee the implementation of the recommendations.

* The Queensland Government establishes a victims' commissioner to assist individual victim-survivors and identify trends and issues relating to police responses to domestic and family violence.