So far there have been more than 96,000 interactions, up eight percent from the same period last financial year.
The grim milestone of 100,000 interactions – including calls for service, domestic violence order applications and breaches, and orders serve – is expected to be reached before the end of June.
AAP has asked police if they can specify how many of the interactions have been call-outs to deal with actual or threatened violence in Queensland homes.
Deputy Police Commissioner Tracy Linford says police have faced a steady increase in domestic violence work.
“Unfortunately, we’ve seen increases year in, year out, in terms of calls for service,” she has told the ABC.
“Now is that a good thing or a bad thing? With a glass half full, I’d say that gives me some confidence that we are building the confidence of people to come to us and report it.”