Royal Association of Justices
of South Australia Inc.
The state body for South Australia representing Justices of the Peace.
Patron: His Excellency the Honourable Hieu Van Le AC, Governor of South Australia.
Vice Patrons: The Right Honourable The Lord Mayor; The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court
Our Registrar is taking a well earned holiday. The office will be managed by volunteer staff during the month of SEPTEMBER 2019. Click on the link HERE to see the revised office hours for September.
More breaking news
JP Services have issued a new Justice of the Peace Handbook (Edition 3.) The Handbook contains updates to some procedures which are significant so we therefore recommend that you make reading and understanding the new Handbook a priority.
The Association is preparing an article for the September Honorary Magistrate and a flyer highlighting the major changes. We will be updating our training packages as soon as practicable.
As the Handbook is published by JP Services and not the Association, any questions about accessing it should be directed to JPS either by phone on 131 882 or email email@example.com
The new Handbook is available HERE
Serving JPs since 1898
As a member of the RAJSA Inc. you are connected to and supported by a network of people. The RAJSA represents around 3,000 Justices of the Peace. Through our 'Group' networks, the RAJSA enables justices to provide best practice service to the community. This is achieved by ongoing professional development and support while also advocating on matters affecting justices.
The members area contains: Professional Development for JPs; member resources; Honorary Magistrate journal; merchandise; details on governance; directors, group secretaries, LMS and trainers portals; award information; reference materials.
What is the RAJSA?
What the RAJSA does.
Join the RAJSA
All the information you need to become a member of the RAJSA.
How to obtain a copy of the JP Reference Guide and current errata.
How to participate in the community as a JP.
Find a JP
Hundreds of JPs make themselves available at Court Rooms and Local Council libraries across South Australia. Check with your Local Council for locations and times.
What does a JP do?
Everything you need to know before deciding to apply to become a JP. Intro video produced by the ACJA.
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Ph: 08 8297 4044
Address: Blg 8, 300 Richmond Rd Netley. South Australia
Postal Address: PO Box 219 Adelaide Airport SA 5950
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