Mildura Justice Service Centre
- Phone 03 5021 6100
- Website http://www.justice.vic.gov.au/Utility/Service+locations/Mildura+Justice+Service+Centre.shtml
59 Madden Avenue
Mildura VIC 3500
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Community correctional services
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Koori birth certificates
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Regional and local Aboriginal Justice committees
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Sorting out fines and warrants
If you have outstanding fines, Sheriff's Officers can provide information on warrants and payments options, including payment plans and community work.
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