Protective Services reopens photographic sessions for Court ID Cards

Protective Services have announced that it will be reopening for photographic sessions on today (Monday 30 November) by appointment only.  

Queensland Law Society members can apply for Brisbane Law Courts Complex access cards. Initiated by the Society and the Bar Association of Queensland, and endorsed by the Supreme and District Courts.

Brisbane Law Courts Complex access cards are only available for full or honorary members of the Queensland Law Society (QLS). Court ID Cards can be purchased through myQLS. For further instructions, visit the QLS website.

In accordance with its Covid-19 arrangements, there will be four morning sessions on Monday to Thursdays with a max capacity of 5 persons per session.

Session 1              8–8.30am
Session 2              8.30–9am
Session 3              9–9.30am
Session 4              9.30–10am

The Government ID office will not be taking walk-in requests. Only pre-booked requests will be actioned.


To book into a session, please telephone 07 3051 8015 or email with your requested timeslot.  

When attending the photographic session, staff are required to bring the barcode form issued from the relevant Authorising Officer and their licence (or other photographic identity).

Please do not attend the photographic session if unwell, have a fever, or a symptom, even a minor symptom, of respiratory illness (cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, runny nose or nasal congestion).

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