Installation of Electronic Security (Alarm) Access Control & CCTV Systems


Installation of Electronic Security (Alarm) Access Control & CCTV Systems

In Western Australia, individuals who, for remuneration, consult, install, repair or maintain security alarm systems, CCTV for security purpose, or electronic locks are required to hold a security licence.

Those individuals must work for a business which holds a Security Agent’s licence.

SAIWA Corporate Golf Day 2017

Announcing Date for SAIWA 2017 Corporate Golf Day


The 2017 SAIWA Corporate Gold Day will be on Friday 20th of October 2017

The venue will be the Maylands Golf Club


Register Now: Download and complete the registration form here.

For further information please contact SAIWA Secretariat on 94270814


Announcing Launch of SAIWA Security Competency Testing Centre

WA Police Licencing have introduced a new requirement for anyone applying for a Security Officer or Crowd Controllers Licence to undertake a competency examination.

This new requirement is now part Regulation 17 of the Security and Related Activities (Control) Regulations)

Following consultation between WAPOL Police Licensing Services, Financial, Administrative & Professional Services Training Council and the Security Agents Institute of WA, a rigorous testing system has been developed and SAIWA has been selected to establish a dedicated Security Competency Testing Centre at its office in Perth.

Perth Crime Statistics by Suburb – The West Australian

Want to know about Crime in Your Suburb.

The statistic are out for 2015/2016 as published by the West Australian on Thursday 27 July.

You can see all the stats here. Some suburbs had significate increases, some had decreases.

You can protect your loved ones and your property by investigating crime prevention solutions.

Just make sure you choose a Licensed Security Professional and remember “If They are NOT Licensed – Don’t Let Them In”

Find out more and choose your Security Professional here:

SAIWA Security Professionals

Security and Your Community

The Mass Gatherings Advisory Group (MGAG – a sub-set of the Australia-New Zealand Counter-Terrorism Committee –ANZCTC) recently issued guidelines for planning for and dealing with improvised explosive device (IED) warnings or incidents. MGAG previously developed and released similar guidelines relating to the active shooter (also now known as active armed offender re: edged weapon threats, etc) which can be seen here.


CCTV Guidelines

The West Australia Police are establishing a register of CCTV systems within the state, registration details will be held centrally in a protected database, the database will be used to map the location of CCTV systems for use by Police investigators. CCTV footage is an invaluable tool for investigators and we are seeking your help to find out where these CCTV systems are.

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