Welcome to the Online Traffic Ticket Payment System for the East Baton Rouge Sheriff's Office. You can pay traffic tickets issued by the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff's Office, Louisiana State Police and LSU Police, conveniently from here. All you need to begin is your ticket number located on your traffic ticket, and the offender's date of birth.
Pay your tickets online: The traffic ticket payment system will allow you to pay for your traffic tickets as long as the offense DOES NOT require the offender to make a court appearance and the court appearance date has not passed.
Examples of offenses that are payable online are: Speeding, failure to yield, running a red light/stop sign, etc.
Examples of offenses not payable online are: Any ticket requiring a court date (DWI, All Vehicle Accidents, any stop that results in a charge/arrest). Please note that failure to appear or to pay timely will result in the issuance of a warrant for your arrest, withdrawal of your driving privileges, and the assessment of additional penalty fees.
Please Note: If you wish to apply for one of the two programs available to keep this ticket off your driving record, you should not use this on-line service to pay your ticket at this time. Please click here for further information concerning eligibility criteria and procedures for applying for one of these programs.
Questions: If you are unable to complete your online transaction, please refer to frequently asked questions (FAQ), or call the EBRSO Fines Desk at
Eligible Traffic tickets are generally available to be paid online within 96 hours of being issued and can be paid up to one day before the court date of the ticket.
To pay your ticket online, please make sure to have the following:
1. The ticket citation number. (Usually a red number at the top of your ticket)
2. The Offender's date of birth.
3. A method of payment, acceptable methods of payment are credit cards (MasterCard/Visa/American Express) or a check (will be processed online through an E-Check payment). Please note that a nominal convenience fee will be charged by the merchant for electronic payment processing in both cases.