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Work and Development Permit (WDP) Scheme

Can't pay your fines? Don't worry, Merinda Park Learning and Community Centre  in Cranbourne North, Merinda Park Learning and Community Centre, a Not for Profit Provider can help you  if you are eligible

The Work and Development Permit (WDP) scheme provides vulnerable and disadvantaged people with a non-financial option to address their infringement fine debt. If eligible, you can reduce your fine debt by participating in the Centre's activities such as our Learn English or Computer Skills courses or unpaid work.

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To be eligible for a WDP you will have received an infringement fine or registered collection, enforcement order and  be experiencing, one of the following:

  • a mental or intellectual disability, disorder or illness

  • an addiction to drugs, alcohol or a volatile substance

  • homelessness

  • family violence

  • acute financial hardship.

You will need to provide details to support your eligibility.


The following video highlights the objectives of the WDP scheme where MPLCC is the accredited sponsor.









Information sheets from the Fines Victoria website are available in the following languages:

Arabic  /  العربية
Chinese (Simplified)  /  中文简体
Persian (Farsi) /  فارسی
Punjabi /  ਪੰਜਾਬੀ
Vietnamese /  Tiếng Việt

Contact us now for more information.

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