​When a payment associated with an Infringement Notice is not received prior to or on the Date Due, the matter may be referred to the State Penalties Enforcement Registry (SPER). Once the matter is referred to SPER, an administration fee is applied in addition to the original penalty. Should you have enquiries about your SPER notification or the above process, please contact:

State Penalties Enforcement Registry (SPER)
Ph: 1300 365 635
www.sper.qld.gov​.au

I have received an Enforcement Order from SPER, but I didn’t receive the original Infringement Notice.

Contact the State Penalties Enforcement Registry (SPER) on 1300 365 635.

I have received an Enforcement Order from SPER. I do not want to pay the SPER Administration Fee that has been added to my fine as I didn’t receive the original Infringement Notice.

The Traffic Camera Office does not have authority to remove the SPER Administration fees. Please contact the SPER office (ph 1300 365 635) to discuss your options regarding the Administration fee.

I have received an Enforcement Order and I want to take the matter to court.

The Traffic Camera Office and SPER enforce strict timeframes for the processing of court elections.

You are required to contact SPER directly to confirm if this option is available to you.

I have received an Enforcement Order. Can I still complete a Statutory Declaration?

NO. A fully completed statutory declaration must be received by the Date Due stipulated on the original Infringement Notice. However, dependent on timeframes, the driver of the vehicle at the time of the alleged offence may complete a self nominating statutory declaration.

You can contact the Traffic Camera Office on 1300 360 610 to discuss your options.