Contact Youth Justice NSW

Find contact information for Youth Justice NSW offices and services.

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For media unit enquiries, please contact:

The 24 hour media line - (02) 9716 2804 or email

Key contacts

Find a Youth Justice NSW service

Use the location search tool to find your nearest Youth Justice service including your local Community Office, Conferencing and support services.


General enquiries

Find contact details for services provided by Youth Justice NSW including the Bail and Accommodation Support Service, the NSW Government Agencies Line (for current and previous clients), as well as contact details for recruitment, staffing and other enquiries.

Feedback form

If you've had a good experience with Youth Justice NSW or want to provide feedback to help us improve our service, we would love to hear from you. Your feedback is important.

Make a complaint

Youth Justice wants to improve its experience for young people, families and victims. You can make a complaint if you have had difficulties with Youth Justice NSW. 

Yasmar Training Facility

The Department of Communities and Justice runs a training facility at the heritage-listed Yasmar site in Haberfield. This facility is available for hire for training and film production purposes by external groups.

Contact the Funded Services Unit

The Funded Services Unit supports the administration and delivery of services by non-government organisation to young people under the supervision of Youth Justice. Contact the team if you have questions or require information.


Related information

Right to Information

Find out how a member of the public can access information held by the Department of Communities and Justice.

Youth Justice NSW complies with the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009.

Victims Register

The Victims Register records the names and contact details of victims who have registered to be kept informed about young offenders who were found guilty and are currently in custody.

Download the application form to register as a victim and learn more about victim's rights.



Contact the Department of Communities and Justice

Visit the Department of Communities and Justice for information on general enquiries, crisis numbers, media, helplines and feedback.

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