The Honorary Justice Office is responsible for appointing and managing honorary justice volunteers, a collective group consisting of Justices of the Peace and Bail Justices.
Honorary Justice volunteers are individuals who have demonstrated a commitment to actively providing vital justice services to all members of the community. They are also deemed to be honourable members of the Victorian community.
Honorary Justice volunteers' participation ensures that the Victorian community continues to have access to professional, supported and leading edge volunteers that provide quality justice services.
Find out how to become a Justice of the Peace or Bail Justice