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State law and justice links

Community safety (WA)

Provides links to information on police and emergency services; crime prevention; law support services; justice, prison and probation; legal information; home and road safety; protecting children and domestic violence.

Government of Western Australia

Crime, justice and the law (SA)

Topics include going to court, going to prison, contract law and the legal system.

Government of South Australia

Law and justice (ACT)

Topic page of the ACT Government entry point providing links to information on topics such as adoption; births, deaths and marriages; consumer rights; courts and tribunals; laws and regulations; legal services and assistance; licences, permits and certificates; police and crime prevention; and road safety and regulations.

ACT Government

Law and justice (Vic)

Provides links to a wide range of resources dealing with legislation, legal issues, rights, processes, institutions and services. In particular these include births, deaths and marriages, adoption, legal rights and legislation, courts and tribunals, prisons, consumer protection and product safety.

Victorian Government

Law and police (Tas)

Provides links to information on law and police services in Tasmania.

Tasmanian Government

Law and safety (NT)

Provides integrated access to information and services on law and safety in the Northern Territory.

Northern Territory Government

Law and safety (Qld)

Provides links to information about enrolling to vote or change your enrolment details; Queensland legislation; ambulance, police and emergency services.

Queensland Government

LawAccess (NSW)

LawAccess NSW is a free service providing a single point of access to legal and related assistance services in New South Wales.

Department of Attorney General and Justice [NSW]

Lawlink (NSW)

Provides a portal to law and justice agencies and services in NSW. Gives links to legal resources and LawAccess NSW.

NSW Government

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