The violation’s bureau is responsible for collecting payments for traffic violations that do not require a court appearance. If you are a defendant who has received a payable citation, you may either pay the ticket prior to the court listed on the ticket, or appear in court at your scheduled date and time.
The traffic division has a docketing system that contains all traffic case records. This department handles payments, monitors payment plans, accepts bail bonds, and reports all traffic convictions to the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles.
The Criminal Division also has its own computer docketing system. This department also accepts bail bonds, collects fines and costs for criminal convictions as well as monitor custody jail days.
A team of experienced staff members provide assistance to the legal community and the public in filing civil and criminal appeals, Bureau of Motor Vehicles procedures, and general information.