Justices of the Peace
Information relating to Justices of the Peace in South Australia. Includes information on how to locate a JP.
Attorney General's Department [SA]
Justices of the Peace and Bail Justices (Honorary Justices) are appointed to serve a semi-judicial function in all areas of the Victorian community. The main official roles they play include witnessing statutory declarations, witnessing affidavits and hearing bail matters outside court hours (Bail Justices only).
Department of Justice [Vic]
Justices of the Peace perform a wide range of services in the Northern Territory including administering an oath, taking an affidavit or attesting the execution of a document. Includes information on how to find a JP, their responsibilities and how to become one.
Department of the Attorney-General and Justice [NT]
Justices of the Peace in the Australian Capital Territory serve the community primarily by administering oaths or affidavits and taking statutory declarations and affirmations; witnessing signatures; and attesting and certifying documents. Includes a link to find a local Justice of the Peace.
Justice and Community Safety Directorate [ACT]
Provides information about the roles of Justices of Peace in New South Wales; how to find one and how to become one.
Department of Attorney General and Justice [NSW]
Find a Justice of the Peace (JP) or commissioner of declarations near you in Queensland. Information is also available on how to become a JP.
Department of Justice and Attorney-General [Qld]
Information relating to Justices of the Peace and Commissioners for Declarations in Tasmania. Includes links to how to become a Justice of the Peace and Justices of the Peace handbook.
Department of Justice [Tas]
Justices of the Peace in Western Australia are involved in a wide a range of duties and responsibilities - most commonly including witnessing of documents such as passport applications and wills. An on-line database is provided to locate the closest JP.
Department of the Attorney-General [WA]