Qld gang consorting laws to be reviewed

By Marty Silk
Updated September 8 2022 - 1:38pm, first published 1:35pm
The QPS has issued 2000 warnings for consorting and charged 33 people with habitual consorting. (Dean Lewins/AAP PHOTOS)
The QPS has issued 2000 warnings for consorting and charged 33 people with habitual consorting. (Dean Lewins/AAP PHOTOS)

Queensland's anti-consorting laws have helped disrupt outlaw bikie gang rides and meetings, dismantle criminal networks and made the state safer, police say.

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