The Queensland Police Service Ethical Standards Command continues to investigate after a 40-year-old man was shot by an officer in Logan Central.

Preliminary investigations indicate that the man was wanted for a number of serious matters and police were attempting to arrest him when he struck one of the officers with a hammer and also threatened officers with a screw-driver, resulting in the man being shot.

The man remains in hospital in a stable condition.

All body worn camera footage available will be reviewed and form part of the investigation.

This investigation into the incident is subject to oversight of the Crime and Corruption Commission.

The QPS including senior officers from Logan District, First Nations and Ethical Standards Command have met with family and Elders yesterday.

The man is expected to be charged with one count each of serious assault police officer, obstruct police, and acts intended to resist/prevent lawful arrest.

He is also expected to be charged with four counts of acts intended to resist/prevent lawful arrest, four counts of unlawful use of a motor vehicle, six counts of enter premises to commit indictable offence, three counts of threatening violence, two counts of threatening violence (DV offence), two counts of assault occasioning bodily harm whilst armed (DV offence), two counts of assault occasioning bodily harm (DV offence), two counts of enter premises with intent to commit indictable offence, two counts of fail to comply with duties of a driver involved in a crash, two counts of stealing, two counts of enter dwelling and commit, and one count each of attempted enter dwelling and commit, assaults occasioning bodily harm whilst armed, assault occasioning bodily harm, dangerous operation of a vehicle with prior conviction, driving without a licence, fail to take reasonable care, possess utensils, armed robbery, unlawful entry of vehicle for committing indictable offence, and unlawful possession of suspected stolen property.

Police would request anyone in the area at the time who may have witnessed the incident to come forward and contact Policelink on 131444.

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