Types of cases the Children’s Court deals with. Also, information about the court's structure, history, service standards and strategic innovations. Plus careers at the court.
Learn about Children's Court of NSW court sitting arrangements, catchment areas and special arrangements in regional areas.
Information about safety and security at court; services to support victims, witnesses and defendants; access for people with a disability; interpreters and translators; technology at court and other support services.
The Children's Court has made changes to its operations to reduce the risk of the spread of Coronavirus. Find updates as information changes.
Types of cases; the court process; the orders the court can make, appeals, useful links, more
What happens at court? How do I get a lawyer? Who can come to court with me?
Useful information for parents, guardians and carers when a young person is facing criminal charges
Support services and helpful information for witnesses and victims of crime
Some cases are suitable for diversion. What does this mean?
The Youth Koori Court process operates in the Children’s Court for young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
The Children's Court deals with breaches of parole and has the power to grant parole in certain types of cases