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
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
There are a range of treatment services available in South Australia for people who experience problems with alcohol and other drugs, which means there are many options for people with differing needs and treatment preferences. Many of these services are free.
National Debt Helpline
P: 1800 007 007
Free independent counselling and advocacy for all financial matters, including fines and associated social implications.
You can dispute the enforcement of your fine by applying for a review as outlined in the Fines Enforcement and Debt Recovery Act 2017.
Enforcement actions refer to a range of measures that can be applied when overdue fines and state debts remain unpaid.
Update your details
You can update your details by:
What kind of fine or debt do I have?
An expiation notice is a fine issued under an Act, regulation or by-law. These types of fines include:
You can check the balance of your overdue fine or debt at Fines Online. Enter your fine reference number and payment reference number to log in.
Have your fine notice handy when you want to pay, and be ready to quote your fine reference (in the top right of your notice).
Where you can pay
Pay online at Fines Online.