Australia Police contact with Qld fire victim probed

02:58  24 february  2021
02:58  24 february  2021 Source:   aap.com.au

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The Queensland Police Service has commenced an initiative using SMS (text) or email to contact the Quee. Police are investigating the circumstances of a suspicious fire at Browns Plains this morning where two people remain unaccounted for. Around 4am, police and emergency services were called to a townhouse engulfed in fire on Moyla Street. A 49-year-old woman who resided in the house has not been accounted for.

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The history of contact between police and a grandmother who died in a house fire after taking out a protection order will be scrutinised by one of Queensland's top officers.

a person lying on a dirt road: A review will be done into the history of police contact with a woman who died in a house fire. © Darren England/AAP PHOTOS A review will be done into the history of police contact with a woman who died in a house fire.

Tributes are flowing for 49-year-old Doreen Langham on social media pages that campaign against domestic violence.

Ms Langham has been named in media as a victim of Monday's suspicious blaze, south of Brisbane, along with a 49-year-old man identified as her ex-partner Gary Hely.

"Despite what we've learned and seen in other instances such as Tara Brown and Hannah Clarke and her children, here we are again," Deputy Commissioner Steve Gollschewski said on Wednesday.

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A senior Queensland detective has stepped aside over comments he made about the family killed in the car fire in Brisbane. Detective Inspector Mark Thompson Detective Inspector Mark Thompson told a media conference “ police would keep an open mind in determining the motives behind the deaths of Hannah Clarke and her three children”. Mr Thompson suggested the man, who killed his wife and children, “may have been driven too far” which sparked backlashed from domestic violence campaigners.

"A person who is a victim of violence has needed to be protected, and we have not been able to protect her. We are not satisfied with that, and we will be relentless in trying to find out what has happened."

Mr Gollschewski will lead the review with oversight from the crime and corruption commission.

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He said he was confident the police response on the night of the fire was "as it should have been" based on available information.

"Our officers, including those officers on that night, they are going from one job to another. They are required on every occasion to try and make decisions around what the priority is that they have to deal with. And they do that very well," he said.

Police are yet to formally identify the bodies found inside the blackened shell of a Browns Plains home and are awaiting the results of an autopsy.

Examination of the scene has now been finalised and police are in the process of collating CCTV.

On Monday, Acting Detective Inspector Daniel Cunningham said it could take investigators up to a week to prepare a report about the cause of the blaze.

He confirmed a temporary protection order was issued by Beenleigh Magistrates Court on February 9, without confirming any identities.

The investigation will be oversighted by the state coroner as a death in relation to a police investigation.

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