Western Australian State CCTV Strategy
Whilst Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) has increasingly featured in the community as a safety and crime prevention tool, the growth of technology has not been without complications and, in the past, there has been limited coordination between the various CCTV systems in Western Australia.
To address this lack of coordination, the WA Government made an election commitment in 2013 to implement a single overarching State CCTV Strategy for WA.
The State CCTV Strategy, formally launched in November 2015 by Minister for Police, the Hon Liza Harvey MLA, aims to deliver more effective use of CCTV in WA to enhance community safety and security.
This will be achieved by establishing a coordinated State CCTV network, and by providing grants to local government authorities to install additional CCTV cameras and other infrastructure in crime hotspots.
View the State CCTV Strategy (download the PDF)
Other useful information links below:
The following information will help you assess your current CCTV System or help you gain a better understanding of CCTV matters.
Have a question about State CCTV Strategy? Responses to frequently asked questions have been collated here.
The State CCTV Strategy Infrastructure Fund supports Local Government Authorities to purchase and install CCTV cameras.
Contact the State CCTV Strategy Secretariat
Telephone: (08) 9222 1267
State CCTV Strategy Secretariat
6th Floor, 2 Adelaide Terrace
EAST PERTH WA 6004