If your notice number begins with a B or G, the police officer who issued your fine may still be in the process of having your fine uploaded onto the SAPOL system. Please wait until a week before the due date and try again. Alternatively, you can print and complete a payment arrangement request form and return it to us by fines [at] sa.gov.au (email) with a copy of your notice, before its current due date.
If you have enquiries about your fine and why it was issued, please contact the SAPOL Expiation Notice Branch on (08) 8463 4388 or via enb [at] police.sa.gov.au (email).
This means the fine is still with the agency that issued your fine e.g. Council. You can still print and complete a payment arrangement request form and return it to us via fines [at] sa.gov.au (email) with a copy of your notice, before its current due date.
If you have enquiries about your fine and why it was issued, please contact the government agency that issued your fine.
Updating your address with mySAGOV or another government department does not automatically update your details with us. Any time you move or change your contact details you need to let us know.
You are able to view your transaction history through your myfines account for Fines and/or State Debt. Click on the Transaction History menu option to show a list of all payments and adjustments as well as any new debts or fees.
If you have just made the payment, please allow up to 5 business days for processing time in order for the payment to be listed.
For Fines notices sent to you, go to Fines Online Services and click on Notices. Remember the original fine isn’t issued by the Fines Unit. You will need to contact the government agency that issued your fine if you need the original notice e.g. council.
For State Debt notices sent to you, go to State Debt Online Services and click on Notices. Remember the original invoice isn’t issued by the Fines Unit. You will need to contact the government agency if you need the original notice e.g. Department for Education, Fleet SA (SAFA).
When a dispute of an enforcement of a fine is granted, a confirmation letter is issued to you via Australia Post. The letter will display the date it was approved. To view a copy of the confirmation letter, go to Fines Online Services, and select Notices.
If you experience issues locating your account with the reference numbers you have, you can log in with other identification details (ID) including your full name, licence number and date of birth. Go to Fines Online Services click on: I don’t have my reference numbers and complete the fields provided.
Go to Fines Online Services and select Current Fines. Under each fine reference there is an Offence details field. Any fines involving a vehicle will have all the details here, including the registration number.
Where can I find a Justice of the Peace (JP) to witness my statutory declaration?
Here are a couple of helpful links:
Royal Association of Justices SA
JP Support Services, Attorney-General's Department
How many demerit points do I have?
You will need to contact Service SA on 13 10 84 to discuss your demerit points, we do not hold that information.