COVID-19 Advisory for visitors to the State Courts

As a precautionary measure, all visitors to the State Courts will be required to register and undergo temperature scanning at the entrance of the building.

If you are feeling unwell with fever and/or flu like symptoms, or serving a Home Quarantine Order or Stay-Home Notice, please refrain from visiting the State Courts.

An individual will not be allowed into the court building if he or she:
a) is serving a Quarantine Order;
b) is serving a Stay-Home Notice;
c) is serving a Leave of Absence;
d) has been in contact within the last 14 days with a person who is confirmed or suspected to be infected with COVID-19;
e) has travelled overseas within the last 14 days;
f) has been in close contact with a person who has been overseas within the last 14 days (for instance, by sharing the same residence or workplace) and has not implemented measures to ensure safe distancing from that person; and/or
g) is feeling unwell and has a fever and/or flu-like symptoms (however mild).

If you are not permitted to enter the court building, you should seek an adjournment for your court hearing or appointment via our case systems online or by contacting us. You will be required to provide the relevant documents such as the Home Quarantine Order, Stay-Home Notice or medical certificate, to support your request for the adjournment. To minimise the time spent in crowded public spaces, we also encourage you to use our website, e-services, call or write to us instead of visiting us, where possible. Here are the links to our key e-services and contact details.

Integrated Case Management System (ICMS):
Community Justice and Tribunals System (CJTS):
Go to Homepage:

Call us: 6-5878423 (6-JUSTICE) / 1800-5878423 (1800-JUSTICE)
Write to us:

Thank you for your cooperation in ensuring a safe environment for all.

Last updated on: 26/3/2020 12:27 PM