Many people who access help from community legal centres are likely to have unmanageable State Penalties Enforcement Registry (SPER) debts, as a result of their interactions with the criminal justice system and limited financial capacity.
In this webinar, Cameron Lavery from QPILCH goes through the practical steps for assisting people to apply to SPER for manageable options. This may include reduced instalment plans, unpaid community service and good behaviour orders. The webinar also explores options for review and considers SPER’s recent Work and Development Order consultation paper.
Visit the Community Legal Centres Queensland website to watch the webinar, or download the presentation.