Violation Ticket Centre

BC LogoThe Violation Ticket Centre operates in the Robson Square Courthouse in Vancouver and serves the entire province. The Centre's only business is to act as a centralized administrative service to support the processing of Provincial Violation Tickets.

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What Does the Violation Ticket Centre Do?

The centre means quicker service by being a single point of contact for traffic tickets. By calling 1-877-661-8026 anyone who has been issued a violation ticket will be able to check on the status of it, most commonly in relation to the progress of a dispute.

The Centre aims to decrease all delays related to tickets by moving the processing from many court registries to a common location.

Source for Court Forms

Dispute and request for adjournment forms may be downloaded from the Court Services web site and mailed to the Violation Ticket Centre or presented at a court registry office. The court registry will forward those documents to the centre for you.

Dispute a Ticket

Violation Ticket Notice of Dispute - PTR021

Adjourn a Hearing Date

Application to Adjourn a Hearing - PTR818

Notify the Court if You Move Before Your Hearing

Violation Ticket Change of Address - PTR805

Dispute the Penalty Only or Request Time to Pay

Violation Ticket Statement and Written Reasons - PTR022

Disputes will continue to be held in the courtroom that has jurisdiction over the location that the Violation Ticket was issued in and payment may be made in the usual manner. Finally, the court registry will still be responsible to record the progress of those disputes and receive applications to adjourn a dispute from the police.

Postal Address:

Violation Ticket Centre
PO Box 2164 STN Main
Vancouver BC  V6B 3V3

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