|Affiliated Justice of Peace Association Websites|
|Auckland Justices of the Peace Association (Inc)|
|Waikato Justices of the Peace Association (Inc)|
|Wellington Justices of the Peace Association Inc.|
Ministry of Justice
The Ministry of Justice exists to create a fairer and safer New Zealand and provides many services on behalf of government to help achieve this.
Approximately 2,900 Ministry staff work in 103 different locations around New Zealand delivering a variety of services from court services and fines collection to policy advice, negotiation of Treaty of Waitangi claims and running the parliamentary elections.
Ministry of Justice - Find a Form
Family Services Directory
Looking for support for you and your family? The Family Services Directory lists organisations in your area that can help. You can find them by using the search on this site.
ACT Justices of the Peace Association Inc.
The ACT Justices of the Peace Association Inc. aims to support and promote the office and interests of Justices of the Peace within the ACT and to promote best practice amongst all ACT JPs in the conduct of their duties.
Australasian Council of Justices’ Associations
Formed in 1970, the Australasian Council of Justices' Associations (ACJA) provides a forum for Justice of the Peace associations within Australia for public discussion and debate of matters relating to Justices of the Peace.
Individual Justices of the Peace (JPs) are encouraged to become members of their State or Territory JP Association, through which they will receive the benefits of that Association's membership of the Australian Council of Justices' Associations.
Northern NSW Federation of Justices of the Peace Inc
The Federation was formed in 1948 and now has 12 Branches which cover Newcastle, Port Stephens, Coalfields, Hunter Valley, New England, East and West Lake Macquarie and Central Coast.
NSW Justices Association
The NSW Justices Association, established in 1911, is a professional association for Justices of the Peace in New South Wales. It is a non-sectarian, non-political and non-profit organization with 3500+ members.
Queensland Justices Association
The QJA is the peak industry body that represents Justices of the Peace and Commissioners for Declarations throughout Queensland, Australia. Founded in 1918, the QJA has a long history of providing professional support to its members. It is the major representative body in its field and the Queensland representative on the Australian Council of Justices Association. With a membership base of over 5600, the QJA provides training, information and resources to its members.
Royal Association of Justices of S.A. Inc.
The formation of a Justices' Association was first suggested about the year 1897 and assumed practical shape on August 8th,1898, when at a large meeting of Justices held in the Adelaide Town Hall Reception Room and presided over by the Lord Mayor, Mr. Chas. Tucker, MP, it was resolved that a Justices' Association be formed, to be worked on the lines of the Municipal Association and other local institutions for the purpose of assisting Justices to acquire a more correct knowledge of their duties.
Royal Victorian Association of Honorary Justices
Royal Victorian Association of Honorary Justices (RVAHJ) is the peak membership body for Victoria’s Honorary Justices (Justices of the Peace and Bail Justices.)
Royal Association of Justices of Western Australia (Inc.)
Notary Locator - Australia
A free legal information website which locates, identifies and profiles Notary Publics in all Australian States and Territories, region by region.