Offender Levy


Section 10 Penalties and Sentences Regulation 2015, imposes an offender levy as an administrative fee. The levy assists the State to pay the costs involved in law enforcement and administration. It applies to all offenders who have been sentenced in the Supreme, District or Magistrates Court.

In Queensland, the levy amounts are currently:

  • $118.80 levy fee for a sentence in the Magistrates Court.
  • $356.40 levy fee for a sentence in the District Court.

It is not possible to appeal an offender levy, as it does not form part of a sentence imposed by the court. A person can pay the levy fee at the court after being sentenced; otherwise, it will be referred to the State Penalties Enforcement Registry and they will require payment to be made.

 

 

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