The number of fines which have had the 50% reduction amount applied.
The reason each fine was issued.
Not wearing a helmet.
Where a fine is cautioned, it is considered that the fine was issued correctly and the offence occurred, however it has been withdrawn and replaced with a 'caution' (warning). Payment is not required and will be refunded if already paid. For demerit offences, the offence will be recorded on the traffic history, however no points will be applied.
If the customer has elected to take the Fine to court.
Not adhering to Public Health Orders.
Includes speed, mobile phone offences.
Driving Under the Influence - First Time Driving.
Fines that have passed their due date without being resolved (N.B May have since been resolved as an Overdue Fine after the initial due date).
Customers in acute financial hardship, who are in receipt of a Government benefit at the time of their fine and apply for Fairer Fines before the fine is overdue, may be considered for a 50 per cent reduction in their fine amount.
July 1 - June 30.
The number of fines that have been issued to people of NSW.
Unregistered, incomplete log book entries and point to point offences.
Smoking, animal offences, CINS offences (offensive behaviour, minor shoplifting).
Fines that have not yet reached their due date.
Finalised the debt.
Includes mobility parking scheme, loading zones, no stopping offences.
Development, building type offences.
No ticket, offensive behaviour, smoking and drink liquor or supplying a false name or address offences.
Fines paid in full, cautioned, withdrawn or court elected within the due date.
How the fine had been paid. Fines paid in full, cautioned, withdrawn or court elected within the due date.
The top 5 fines that were issued within the last financial year.
The total dollar amount.
The value in monetary terms that the fines issued equal.
If the fine has been reviewed and then withdrawn.
The average amount of days that a fine has been overdue for.
Centrepay is a free bill paying service. Centrepay is used to arrange regular deductions from Centrelink payments. Centrepay is an arrangement that can be made to allow a customer to make regular deductions from their Centrelink payments to a payment plan.
Number of people who have currently received a fine and have been restricted from having any interactions with RMS (Service NSW) due to not paying an overdue fine.
Through what system the debt being paid for (such as WDOs, Centrepay, Non Centrepay or overdue fines).
Number of people who currently have received a fine and have a current licence suspension in place for non payment of overdue fines.
TTP time to pay, payment plan set up with a BSB and account number.
The amount of court fines given.
The number of people that have been issued a fine.
The amount of fines given.
The number of fines that are overdue.
The number of Transport For NSW issuing sanctions.
Payment of fine is past its due date.
The total amount owing from overdue fines.
The monetary amount accumulated from court fines.
The monetary amount accumulated from fine notices.
Number of people who currently have received a fine and had their vehicle registration cancelled due to not paying an overdue fine.
Work and Development Orders (WDOs) are a way to help people who can't pay their fines. People who are eligible for a WDO can clear their fines by completing approved activities instead of making a payment.
Number of sponsors currently approved to provide services.
Person who is seeking a WDO.
The types of WDO activities the customer needs.
Current number of sponsors that have had an active WDO in place and the associated activities that are being undertaken.
When the client doesn't attend the activities nominated for the WDO.
The reasons why someone can apply for a WDO.
An organisation that is set up to make a profit for the people who are shareholders, members or owners of the organisation.
Government agencies are organisations set up for a specific purpose.
Allied health practitioners are trained professionals who are not doctors, dentists or nurses. They can help manage physical or mental health, through services that include diagnosis, treatment or rehabilitation.
May include where sponsors are no longer able to offer the service or when client has had a change of circumstance.
Is a non-profit group that functions independently of any government.
It is the current number of sponsors that currently have had an active WDOs in the last month and the associated activities that are being undertaken.
When the activity that was nominated to be completed on the WDO has ended.
The monetary amount all approved WDOs adds up to.
The monetary amount of debt that has been cleared due to a WDO.
The patterns seen within the WDO activities.
People who have nominated themselves to participate in WDO activities to pay off their fines or debt.
The amount of WDOs that have been approved for people to pursue paying off their fines or debt.
WDO activities that have been completed.
Work and Development Orders (WDOs) are a way to help people who can't pay their fines. People who are eligible for a WDO can clear their fines with approved activities instead of money.
Where all fines on the WDO have been resolved by completion of activities.