Logan Safety Camera Program

The Logan Safety Camera Program improves community safety through real-time CCTV monitoring and recording. The cameras operate in public spaces 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

The Logan Safety Camera Program benefits the community by:

  • increasing community safety
  • increasing pride and ownership of public spaces
  • encouraging legitimate use of public spaces
  • preventing, reducing and detecting incidents of antisocial and unlawful behaviour
  • supporting the Queensland Police Service to effectively identify and prosecute offenders.

We work with the Queensland Police Service to operate the Safety Camera Program. We operate 171 safety cameras, which are directly linked to police stations and police iPads.

The Safety Camera Program has received many awards and commendations for outstanding community safety achievements, innovation, technology and partnerships. It has improved our ability to respond to crime, safety and antisocial behaviour. The program will continue to expand to new areas across the city.

Privacy

Our privacy policy applies to safety cameras and protects the confidentiality and privacy of the community. To learn more, please download the Logan Safety Camera Program privacy collection notice (PDF 339 KB).

Mobile safety cameras

We use mobile cameras to address short-term and ‘hotspot’ safety issues, such as hooning.

Our 23 mobile safety cameras are set up in vehicles that are available for rapid deployment.

We use mobile cameras to increase safety:

  • at large community events
  • for disaster management
  • in response to community situations.

Enquiring about CCTV footage

We keep the CCTV footage captured on the Logan Safety Camera network for 30 days. We may keep the footage for more than 30 days if someone requests the footage or if we are told an incident may have been recorded.

In accordance with the Information Privacy Act, we can release CCTV footage to the Police. Before we release footage, we follow a strict process to make sure privacy is maintained.

Any member of the public can request CCTV footage from the Logan Safety Camera Program through a Right to Information request. For a Right to Information request, please call us on 07 3412 5729 or email us at safecity@logan.qld.gov.au.

For enquiries about incidents recorded on safety cameras, please contact Queensland Police Service first. After you contact the Queensland Police Service, call us on 07 3412 5729.

For enquiries about the operation of the safety cameras, call us on 07 3412 5729.

Logan Safety Camera Community Education Program

The Logan Safety Camera Community Education Program provides tours of the camera monitoring facility for school groups and community organisations. For more information, please call us on 07 3412 5729.

Safety camera locations

We have installed safety cameras in the following locations across Logan. See Safety Camera Locations.

For more information, please call us on 07 3412 4608 or email us at safecity@logan.qld.gov.au.

 

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