The role of the Director of Forensic Disability

The Director is an independent statutory appointment established to protect the rights, interests and wellbeing of forensic disability clients. The Director also ensures the proper administration, monitoring and compliance of the Forensic Disability Act 2011. 

Find out more about the Director and her role.

Forensic Disability Act 2011

The Forensic Disability Act 2011 (the Act) provides for the involuntary detention, and the care and support and protection, of forensic disability clients.

Find out more about the Act and Forensic Orders


The Director of Forensic Disability issues policies and procedures relating to the detention, care and support of forensic disability clients.

View the Director’s policies and publications.