HIGH VOLUME OF CALLS
We are currently experiencing a high volume of calls and you may experience delays getting through to our team, but we are here to help. Remember, managing your fines is easy and you can access many online services to manage your debt including;
- Setting a payment arrangement
- Checking your balance
- Making a payment
- Updating your contact details
- Lodging a dispute of enforcement
Other enquiries can be directed to us via our online enquiry form.
Your contact with us is important! If you have already lodged an online query, we can assure you we have received your request, and will respond to you as soon as possible. We thank you for your patience during this time and value your contact.
- Make a payment
- Check my fines summary
- Check the balance owing on my fines
- Add a new SAPOL fine
- Update my contact details
Direct Debit Request Service Agreement
If you have elected to pay using Direct Debit, you authorise and request the Fines Enforcement and Recovery Unit (APCA User ID Number 77422) to arrange for funds to be debited from your account at the financial institution identified and as prescribed through the Bulk Electronic Clearing System (
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Frequently asked questions
On this page you will find frequently asked questions about managing your debt on myfines.sa.gov.au.
How to contact us
- via our online enquiry form
- call us on 1800 659 538
Scams and alerts
These types of scams try to trick people into paying a fake fine, tell them that they no longer owe fines or state debts and sometimes try to get people to disclose their personal information such as credit card or bank account details which can compromise personal information.
The Fines Enforcement and Debt Recovery Act 2017 (the Act) commenced 30 April 2018 and provisions relating to the recovery of state debts commenced 1 February 2019.
This includes but is not limited to the recovery of: