An Aboriginal family at the centre of violent racial clashes with Pacific Islanders south of Brisbane says police are taunting them.
Aboriginal community leader Paul Butterworth says a peaceful resolution has been achieved after days of racial feuds in the Logan suburb of Woodridge.
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But Mr Butterworth says police officers drove past the family's house, taunting them as they packed their belongings to move to the Gold Coast.
He says the reason the violence broke out in the first place was a police failure to take their complaints seriously.
Mr Butterworth says the officers appeared to be siding with the islanders.
On Wednesday afternoon, police fined Mr Butterworth's 18-year-old nephew $300 for threatening behaviour and public nuisance after he wielded a steel pole on Tuesday.
Mr Butterworth says the fine is ridiculous given everybody had been threatening each other with dangerous weapons for the past four days.
He says both rival groups want to put the matter to rest.
"We've called for peace, we've made that decision for peace with each other and move forward," Mr Butterworth said.
"They just want to get out of the area because all they want to do is live their life, they don't want to be caught up in the politics or judgments going on here."
He wants the Crime and Misconduct Commission (CMC) to investigate the actions of police.
Mr Butterworth says media reports about the conflict have also been unhelpful.
"We've been exploited on the news, we've been exploited in the papers," he said.
"When we look at the news this morning, when we look at the papers this morning, you only see us people in the papers and stuff, bad things about our people.
"And yet all this time it was our people trying to call for peace."
Premier Campbell Newman says the cost to relocate the family is minimal.
He says it is an isolated incident between certain individuals and families.
"I want to stress again, as I've been saying all along, the people involved should cool it. They must not break the law," he said.
"If they break the law, people will be subjected to the full court process.
"Overall, it needs to be viewed in context that Logan is a fantastic community."