COURTS

Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

The Community Forensic Mental Health Service is a confidential statewide service that assists people who have a mental health issue and/or intellectual disability who are:

  • involved with the criminal justice system, or
  • assessed as high risk of becoming involved with the criminal justice system as a result of their mental health and associated behaviour.

The service offers mental health assessment, liaison, counselling, support, education, advice and referral to other services.

CFMHS has a Court Liaison Officer who provide assistance people eligible for the service who have to go to Court. Potential clients need to be referred for assessment.

Level 1, 54 Victoria Street, Hobart

Victims Support Services is part of the Department of Justice, the unit is dedicated to victims of crime.

They are responsible for:

  • The administration of the Eligible Persons Register (previously known as the Victims Register) and the provision of information to victims from that Register
  • Liaison between the victim and other divisions of the Department of Justice
  • Operation and management of the Victims of Crime Service
  • Provision of information to victims regarding court processes
  • The provision of Court Support and Liaison Service for victims of family violence (as part of the ‘Safe at Home’ project)
  • Co-ordination of Victim/Offender mediation in a limited number of appropriate cases
  • Administration of Victims of Crime Assistance (financial assistance for victims of crime) and the provision of assistance to the Criminal Injuries Compensation Commissioners.
Burnie, Tasmania, Australia

Free service for adult & child victims of family violence through the Safe at Home program. Court Support Officers are available to provide support to adult and child victims of family violence, including referral to appropriate counselling and other services and guide them through the justice system during and after court appearances.

The Magistrates Court of Tasmania aims to serve the community by providing access to an accountable, independent and impartial system of justice administered according to law.

199-201 Campbell Street, Hobart TAS 7000, Australia

Consultant Forensic & Clinical Psychologists based in Tasmania who provide clinical and forensic psychology services.

Launceston, Tasmania, Australia

Free service for adult & child victims of family violence through the Safe at Home program. Court Support Officers are available to provide support to adult and child victims of family violence, including referral to appropriate counselling and other services and guide them through the justice system during and after court appearances.

73 - 76 Charles Street Launceston Tasmania 7250

The Magistrates Court of Tasmania aims to serve the community by providing access to an accountable, independent and impartial system of justice administered according to law.

Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

Free service for adult & child victims of family violence through the Safe at Home program. Court Support Officers are available to provide support to adult and child victims of family violence, including referral to appropriate counselling and other services and guide them through the justice system during and after court appearances.

5 Salamanca Place, Hobart, TAS, 7000, Australia

The Supreme Court is the highest court in Tasmania and includes the trial division, Full Court and Court of Appeal.

38 Alexander Street, Burnie, Tasmania, 7320, Australia

The Magistrates Court of Tasmania aims to serve the community by providing access to an accountable, independent and impartial system of justice administered according to law.

38 Alexander Street, Burnie, Tasmania, Australia

The Supreme Court is the highest court in Tasmania and includes the trial division, Full Court and Court of Appeal.

116 Cameron Street, Launceston TAS, Australia

The Supreme Court is the highest court in Tasmania and includes the trial division, Full Court and Court of Appeal.

23-25 Liverpool Street, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
(03) 6165 7136 - Criminal Division(03) 6165 7136 - Criminal Division
(03) 6165 7122 - Civil Division(03) 6165 7122 - Civil Division
(03) 6233 6115

The Magistrates Court of Tasmania aims to serve the community by providing access to an accountable, independent and impartial system of justice administered according to law.

The National Enquiry Centre (NEC) is the entry point for all telephone and email enquiries on Family Law Court matters (Federal Circuit Court and Family Court of Australia). The NEC can provide information and procedural advice, forms and brochures and referral advice to community and support services. NEC staff cannot provide legal advice.

Launceston Tasmania, Australia

The Community Forensic Mental Health Service is a confidential statewide service that assists people who have a mental health issue and/or intellectual disability who are:

  • involved with the criminal justice system, or
  • assessed as high risk of becoming involved with the criminal justice system as a result of their mental health and associated behaviour.

The service offers mental health assessment, liaison, counselling, support, education, advice and referral to other services.

CFMHS has a Court Liaison Officer who provide assistance people eligible for the service who have to go to Court. Potential clients need to be referred for assessment.

39-41 Davey St, Hobart, TAS, 7000, Australia

Enquiries relating to bankruptcy, migration, human rights, industrial law and other matters.

Counter open: 8.45am – 4.30pm.

Phones available: 8.30am – 5pm.

Tasmania, Australia

Responsible for the collection and enforcement of Court fines, fines imposed by traffic infringement notices and enforcement of certain monetary penalties imposed by the Magistrates Court and Supreme Court.

ANZ Building, Corner Brisbane and George Streets, Launceston

Counter open: 8.45am – 4.30pm.

Phones available: 8.30am – 5pm.

Level 2, Reece House, 46 Mount Street, Burnie

Victims Support Services is part of the Department of Justice, the unit is dedicated to victims of crime.

They are responsible for:

  • The administration of the Eligible Persons Register (previously known as the Victims Register) and the provision of information to victims from that Register
  • Liaison between the victim and other divisions of the Department of Justice
  • Operation and management of the Victims of Crime Service
  • Provision of information to victims regarding court processes
  • The provision of Court Support and Liaison Service for victims of family violence (as part of the ‘Safe at Home’ project)
  • Co-ordination of Victim/Offender mediation in a limited number of appropriate cases
  • Administration of Victims of Crime Assistance (financial assistance for victims of crime) and the provision of assistance to the Criminal Injuries Compensation Commissioners.

Counter open: 8.45am – 4.30pm

Phones available: 8.30am – 5pm.

Level 3, Henty House, 1 Civic Square, Launceston

Victims Support Services is part of the Department of Justice, the unit is dedicated to victims of crime.

They are responsible for:

  • The administration of the Eligible Persons Register (previously known as the Victims Register) and the provision of information to victims from that Register
  • Liaison between the victim and other divisions of the Department of Justice
  • Operation and management of the Victims of Crime Service
  • Provision of information to victims regarding court processes
  • The provision of Court Support and Liaison Service for victims of family violence (as part of the ‘Safe at Home’ project)
  • Co-ordination of Victim/Offender mediation in a limited number of appropriate cases
  • Administration of Victims of Crime Assistance (financial assistance for victims of crime) and the provision of assistance to the Criminal Injuries Compensation Commissioners.
39-41 Davey St, Hobart, TAS, 7000, Australia

Hears appeals from decisions of single judges of the Court and from the Federal Circuit Court of Australia in non family law matters.

The Court’s jurisdiction covers almost all civil matters arising under Australian Federal Law and some summary and indictable criminal matters. It also has jurisdiction to hear and determine matters arising under the Constitution. It also exercises as a first instance jurisdiction to hear objections to decisions made by the Commissioner of Taxation and determines native title determination applications and to be responsible for their mediation.

Opening hours: 8:45am – 4:30pm.

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