District Court

Access for people with disabilities

 

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The department is working towards providing better access to court buildings and facilities for people with disabilities.

If you have a disability, contact the court or tribunal you need to attend to find out about access options available to you.

Some services may be available to make it easier for you to attend court. For example, courts can arrange for an infra-red hearing loop to be available on the day of a court hearing.

You can download and fill in a Request for court assistance form to let the court staff know what access you require and what support you intend bringing to a particular hearing. Complete the form and submit it to the court you need to attend.

If you are collecting an infrared hearing loop, contact the court office a few days before you attend to confirm that it has been ordered.

National Relay Service

If you are deaf or have a hearing impairment, call 133 677 to contact us through the National Relay Service.

For more information:  

Our disability policy

Find out about the Justice Department's disability policy and services.

Need an interpreter?

Find out about interpreters that may be available to you in court.    

Need assistance?

Fill in a Request for court assistance form to inform the court of your requirements or phone.

The information on this site is a guide only and is not legal advice - see disclaimer.