Births, Deaths and Marriages services
At this Justice Service Centre, you can:
- submit your identity documents as part of your BDM application
- make a payment or apply for a fee waiver (External link)
- get an application form if you’re unable to submit online.
You cannot collect any certificates from this Justice Service Centre.
You do not need to have your identity documents certified before attending the Justice Service Centre. A staff member can do this for you.
All other services are only available online. You can visit the Births, Deaths and Marriages website (External link) to:
- apply online for a birth, marriage, relationship, death or name change certificate
- register a life event
- apply for an uncertified image for family history research (External link)
- apply for a historical certificate for official purposes.
Community correctional services
Offenders in local communities are supported by Community Corrections Officers to ensure they meet the conditions of their court or parole orders, including connecting them with community work options.
Consumers and businesses can get advice from Consumer Affairs about a range of topics, including building and renovating, business licensing and regulation, buying and selling property, product safety, renting, shopping and trading.
Aboriginal BDM services
The Births, Deaths and Marriages’ Marguk-bulok koolin-ik Team (Aboriginal Outreach) is here to assist mob to access our services.
To contact the team, please email firstname.lastname@example.org (External link)
The team’s services are not available at this Justice Service Centre.
Justices of the Peace
Honorary Justice Services Support (HJSS) is responsible for appointing and managing honorary justice volunteers, a collective group consisting of Justices of the Peace (JPs), and bail justices. Justice Service Centres do not have a Justice of the Peace on staff.
People can settle their differences informally, fairly and for free through the Dispute Settlement Centre of Victoria, providing a less costly and faster option than going to court.
Sorting fines and warrants
Justice Officers can take payments or assist you with an enquiry.