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Getting WiFi Access When Volunteering at Courthouses

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Keith Revell, QJA Director and JP (Qual)  approached the eTrials Administration of Queensland Courts on behalf of volunteer JPs in regard to WiFi Internet access for JPs whilst volunteering at courthouses.
Individual Court Registrars have discretion to provide JPs access to the court WiFi service in their courts. 
It is recommended that your site co-ordinator contact the Registrar to request access and if approved, submit a list of email addresses for the volunteers requesting access.
Some volunteers have been successful in gaining access – particularly Beenleigh Court and Richlands Court.
The Terms and Conditions for using the service are here
Thanks, Keith.

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