What is a Justice of Peace (JP)?
A JP is a member of the community appointed by the Governor-General to meet the needs of their community. They are “people of good standing in the community (which is not to be identified with material prosperity), who are respected as persons of good sense, character and integrity". Their work is an unpaid service not connected with their employment.
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DUNEDIN CAMPUS STUDENTS
EXTRA JP SERVICES MONDAY 20 FEB-THURSDAY 23 FEB
|Monday 20 Feb 10 –11.30am||Mike Wright 479 6094|
|Tuesday 21 Feb 9 – 1pm||Raewyn Webster 476 3639|
|Wed 22 Feb 9 –1pm||Russell Atkinson, 487 6515|
|Thurs 23 Feb 9-1pm||John Price 479 8326|
- JPs on the Dunedin campus
- Wednesday JP service list
- JPs in the community are listed in the yellow pages
- On most Wednesday mornings from 9am to 1pm, there is a JP service in the Information Services Building, Room GW5a, Disability Information & Support notetaker Office, near the Student Learning Centre. There is no need to make an appointment.
- Community JP's offer services at various times listed here
301 Moray Place
Tel 64 3 471 6177
- Friday morning JP service - 10am-12.30 at the Dunedin Public Library in Moray Place. More information
WELLINGTON CAMPUS STUDENTS
Christine Groves is available for JP Services. To make an appointment please email email@example.com or telephone 9186855