Council's Safety Camera Program involves 24/7 real-time monitoring, recording and reporting services by trained and qualified operators from a dedicated, secure Monitoring Control Room.
The cameras are high quality, full colour, 360 degree, pan tilt, zoom (PTZ) cameras, which can achieve up to 200m zoom at full DVD quality and have specialised system equipment and technology.
There are strict policies, standing orders and operational procedures to ensure integrity, confidentiality and the privacy of the community at all times.
Council continues to expand its permanent safety camera network on an annual basis.
All cameras, fixed and mobile, are to enhance public safety and careful measures are always taken to ensure privacy and information management of data.
The following precincts have a permanent network of public safety cameras:
- Station Road Safety Camera Precinct, Woodridge
- Railway Parade Safety Camera Precinct, Woodridge
- Fitzgerald Avenue Safety Camera Precinct, Springwood
- Kingston Railway Safety Camera Precinct, Kingston
- Loganlea Railway Safety Camera Precinct, Loganlea
- Browns Plains Safety Camera Precinct
- Beenleigh CBD, Beenleigh
- Logan Central Translink Station, Logan Central
- Wembley Road Precinct, Logan Central
The following locations also house a permanent safety camera:
- Ewing Park, Woodridge
- Booran Park, Woodridge
- Springwood Park, Springwood
- Barbaralla Park, Springwood
- Bill Kohlmann Park, Rochedale South
- Underwood Park, Priestdale
- Crestmead Park, Crestmead
- Sturdee Park, Loganlea
- Waller Park, Browns Plains
- Corner of Feluga and Mandew Streets, Shailer Park
- Roselea Park, Shailer Park
- Ponderosa Park, Hillcrest
The mobile safety camera travels across the city to key locations and events to assist in addressing transient crime and antisocial behaviour in public spaces.
Enquiries about recorded incidents should be made to the Police. Enquiries relating to the operation of the safety cameras can be directed to Council.
Report an incident
For life threatening emergencies call 000. To report a non life-threatening incident call Police Communications on 07 3807 7770 (remember to advise the Police the incident / complaint occurred within a Logan City Council Safety Camera zone).
Since its inception in 2001, the Logan Safety Camera Program has significantly impacted on Council's capacity to provide a proactive and reactive response to crime, safety and antisocial behaviour. Council works in close partnership with the Queensland Police Service, which includes a 'live' and dedicated link from Council's 24/7 Monitoring Control Room to the Police Communications Centre.
In 2005, Logan was the first Council in Queensland to formally partner with Queensland Rail in the provision of monitoring services for Queensland Rail owned and operated security cameras at railway stations in Logan City. This partnership assists in enhancing safety of railway commuters and will be expanded to all railway stations within Logan.
Council has researched and developed award winning innovative mobile safety camera solutions to address transient public safety issues across the city. The mobile safety camera strategy has been highly successful at assisting and responding to crime, antisocial behaviour and providing general safety surveillance at a range of public events, critical situations and incidents.
The Logan Safety Camera Program has formally received numerous awards and commendations for outstanding community safety achievements, innovation, technology and partnerships and has successfully secured millions of dollars in funding contributions from state and federal government agencies. The program will continue to be developed and expanded to new areas across the city and implemented in tandem with crime prevention and community safety strategies, which address all aspects of crime, causes of crime and fear of crime.
This program involves a formal partnership with Queensland Police Service - Logan District. There is a dedicated 'live' link to the Policy Communications Centre. We also have a monitoring agreement with Queensland Rail for over 120 security cameras at Logan City railway stations.