Courts

  • County Court of Victoria

    The County Court of Victoria website provides information about the court for research and public information purposes.

  • High Court of Australia

    The High Court of Australia is the highest court in the Australian judicial system. The High Court interprets and applies the law of Australia; decides matters of federal significance including challenges to the constitutional validity of laws and hears appeals, by special leave, from Federal, State and Territory courts.

  • Magistrates' Court of Victoria

    The Magistrates' Court of Victoria website provides information including practices and procedure, police cases and other prosecutions, fines and penalties, money claims and other disputes (civil), family law, family violence/intervention orders and court support.

  • Supreme Court of Victoria

    The Supreme Court of Victoria is the superior court in the State. The court is divided into two divisions - the Court of Appeal and the Trial Division. This site contains information about the Supreme Court, its history and current practice.

Offices of Public Prosecutions around Australia

Other Websites

  • Asset Confiscation Operations (DOJ)

    Asset Confiscation Operations is a business area of the Department of Justice Victoria.

  • Department of Justice and Regulation Victoria

    Website of the Department of Justice and Regulation Victoria.

  • Department of Primary Industries Victoria

    The Department of Primary Industries (DPI) Victoria is responsible for agriculture, fisheries, earth resources, energy and forestry in Victoria.

  • Environment Protection Authority Victoria

    Environment Protection Authority (EPA) Victoria was established in 1971 under the auspices of the Environment Protection Act 1970. Its role is to be an effective environmental regulator and an influential authority on environmental impacts.

  • Everyday-Law

    Everyday-Law provides easy-to understand legal information in one spot. It is a good place to start to solve your legal problems and find free or low-cost legal advice in Victoria.

  • Fisheries Victoria

    Fisheries Victoria is a division of the Department of Primary Industries (DPI) Victoria.

  • Judicial College of Victoria

    The Judicial College of Victoria (JCV) is an independent statutory authority that provides education programs and resources to Victoria’s judicial officers. The College produces a range of regularly updated publications that provide accessible, practical guides to the law in Victoria.

  • Law Institute of Victoria

    Website of the Law Institute of Victoria (LIV).

  • Privacy Victoria

    Privacy Victoria's website provides information about aspects of privacy, including, relevant privacy laws, how to make a privacy complaint, information about your privacy rights.

  • Public Prosecution Service of Canada

    This website provides information on the Public Prosecution Service of Canada, including its responsibilities and services.

  • Sentencing Advisory Council

    Website of the Sentencing Advisory Council - an independent statutory body established in 2004.

  • The Federation of Community Legal Centres Victoria

    The Federation of Community Legal Centres Victoria's online community legal centre features practical legal information, links to online resources and information about services offered by Victoria's community legal centres.

  • Transport Accident Commission

    Website of the Transport Accident Commission (TAC) Victoria.

  • VCAT

    Website of the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT).

  • Victims of Crime Commissioner

    The Victims of Crime Commissioner is an independent and central point of contact for victims of violent crime who have experienced difficulties or confusion in their dealings with the justice system and government agencies.

  • Victoria Legal Aid

    Victoria Legal Aid provides legal information, advice and representation by lawyers in family, civil and criminal law.

  • Victoria Police

    Website for Victoria Police, which provides policing services to the Victorian community.

  • Victorian Law Reform Commission

    Victorian Law Reform Commission (VLRC) provides information and resources for developing law reform in the state of Victoria.

  • Victorian Legislation and Parliamentary Documents

    Website for all Victorian legislation and parliamentary documents.