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Court Services

The responsibility for the operation of the Provincial Offences courts was transferred from the Province of Ontario to the City of Toronto in 2002. Thus, Toronto Court Services provides the facilities which houses administrative services to the public at our counters and court clerks to support the operation of 30 courtrooms in 4 locations across the City.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Online Forms

Court Case Look Up

Pay Your Ticket

Public Service Video: Your Day in Court (6 minutes)

About Toronto Court Services


Location and Hours

Hours of operation, where we are located and accessible features at each court location


Complaint Process

We are committed to delivering professional services to those persons who are using the provincial offences courts administered by the City of Toronto.

If you have an issue, please contact us with the details

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Customer Services For People With Disabilities

Toronto Court Services is committed to making our services accessible to everyone, including people with disabilities. We comply with the customer service standards of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005. If you have any questions, please contact us.


Information for Defendants

Your Options

Within 15 days of the receipt of your Offence Notice, select one of the following options shown on the back of the Offence Notice.

Payment Methods

There are several methods available for payment of Provincial Offences Act (POA) fines.


Affiliated Agencies