This website has been developed by the Judicial Conduct Commissioner to ensure services and information are readily available to as broad an audience as possible.
This includes people with disabilities who may use assistive technology to read or hear content on this site.
Separation of design and code
All pages have been developed with a clean distinction between code and design. This is so screen readers and other accessible browsers have the best possible chance to read the site properly.
www.jcc.sa.gov.au strives to conform to the World Wide Web Consortium’s (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines version 2.0 and is regularly audited to continue to try to achieve that standard.
This site automatically adjusts to fit the size and type of device being used to access it (smartphone, tablet or computer).
The site works with modern web browsers. If you experience problems when using Internet Explorer, check that you are not running in compatibility mode. Simply turn compatibility mode off, or try using a different browser such as Google Chrome or Firefox.
Translation and interpreting services
If you need information translated and you reside in South Australia, telephone the Interpreting and Translating Centre on 1800 280 203 then ask the interpreter to phone the Judicial Conduct Commissioner.
National Relay Service
If you are deaf, or have a hearing impairment or speech impairment, you can contact the Office of the Judicial Conduct Commissioner through the National Relay Service:
- teletypewriter (TTY) users phone 1300 555 677 and ask for (08) 8207 8311
- speak and listen users phone 1300 555 727 and ask for (08) 8207 8311
- internet relay users connect to the national relay service website and ask for (08) 8207 8311.