Queensland's Acting Premier says the State Government could change the law to force senior police out of the service.
Queensland Police Commissioner Ian Stewart has announced a restructure of the service, with up to 110 commissioned officers to take voluntary redundancies.
Jeff Seeney says the Government would consider changing the law if they will not go.
"The Government haven't made a specific decision about that particular issue," he said.
"But I say again that we will support the Police Commissioner in his efforts because what he is doing is line with our Government's policy of making sure that the maximum amount of the resources that we allocate reach the frontline services that the people of Queensland want to see."
Around 200 other staff will be offered redundancies as part of the restructure.
The state's eight police regions will be cut to five and districts reduced from 31 to 15 - a move that has .
Union spokesman Denis Sycz says the new regions are huge and is not sure if it will work.
"I've got concerns about the whole thing because there's no detail in how they're going to implement these changes," he said.
"We don't want to see service delivery suffer, we don't want to see our people being moved without any consultation.
"There's a whole lot of concerns that we are going to be in negotiations with the service about and hopefully they'll listen to us and take those concerns on board."
The new structure will be in place by July 1.