click here
if you need
a JP
in your suburb


 click on "Login Members Area"
type in your JP number,
type in your password,
click on "Login"

Forgotten your password ?
Click on the Login Members Area, select "reset Password" and follow the prompts

Having difficulties ?
call 9425 2824
click here
if you need
a JP
to sign
your document
at a signing centre
First time users
click "Login Members Area" button then "Create Account"
       (small letters at bottom of dialogue box)
 type in your JP number, your full name, your email address and a password.
click on "Sign Up"

Processing your password may take a few days
Only RAJWA financial members have access to Members Area

State Legislation website

Statutory Declaration WA form

Statutory Declaration Commonwealth form

Other JP associations
in Australia

Family Court website
Justices of the Peace (JPs) are assets to the community.

     JPs are volunteers.      JPs do not get paid.
Justices of the Peace may
preside a Magistrate court
sign search warrants for the Police,
 - authorise the issuing of summons for Police,
 - preside a Prison court,
 - assess & approve bail and surety applications 
 - witness public documents.
  A Justice of the Peace should be willing to
 perform the duties of a JP at the times when called upon.

Becoming a JP is a great step toward assisting your local community and in certain areas, national and international communities. To become a JP:

1. submit an application with a State Member
    of Parliament or in regional areas a local

2. attend a Department of the Attorney
(DotAG) training course.
    (also available online)

The State Governor appoints JPs after recommendation by the Attorney General. Recommendation depends on the number of JPs considered necessary or appropriate to deal with public demand in local areas.
Once appointed as a JP, there is ongoing training required.

If you are a JP, we encourage you to support RAJWA by becoming a member of RAJWA. For further details please click on the blue "Join RAJWA" button above.
RAJWA Branches