/en/services/offencenotice.asp Offence Notice - Peel Regional Police

Offence Notice

You must choose one of the following three options within 15 days of receiving an Offence Notice. If you fail to exercise any of the three choices within the 15 day period, or if you do not appear for trial, you may be deemed as not disputing the charge and a Justice may enter a conviction in your absence.

OPTION 1 - Plea of GuiltyPayment out of court:I plead guilty and payment of the 'total payable' is enclosed.Instructions for payment can be found on the 'payment notice' section on the rear of the offence notice. If you received your ticket in the City of Mississauga you can pay it online through the Peel Police website. Tickets received in the City of Brampton can also be paid online.

Note: You cannot make payment directly to a Police Officer or at a Police Station

OPTION 2 - Guilty with Submission as to PenaltyAttend the court office within the times and days shown. You must bring your Offence Notice with you. 

Mississauga

Brampton

Ontario Court of Justice,
Provincial Offences Division,
City of Mississauga,
Court House,
950 Burnhamthorpe Road West, Mississauga, Ontario

Monday 
9:00 am - 11:30 am 
& 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Wednesday
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Friday 
9:00 am - 11:3 0am & 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Telephone (905) 615-4500

Ontario Court of Justice,
Provincial Offences Division,
City of Brampton,
Court House,
5 Ray Lawson Boulevard,
Brampton, Ontario

Monday to Thursday
9:00 am - 12 noon
& 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Telephone (905) 450-4770

OPTION 3 - Trial Option - Do Not Mail

  1. You or your Agent must attend the court office in person within the times and days shown on your copy of the Offence Notice to file a notice of intention to appear in court.
  2. You or your Agent must bring your Offence Notice with you.
  3. You cannot set a trial date by mail.

Remember, you must choose one of the 3 options above within 15 days of receiving your Offence Notice