Tuesday, March 5, 2024

Security

Logan loads rapid clean-up taskforce

Discarded shopping trolleys, burnt out cars and unauthorised signs will be swiftly cleared from local streets and parks, with the deployment of a new...

Pedalling safer roads for cyclists

A range of subsidised and free courses about safer cycling are available to councils during October through the Amy Gillett Foundation (AGF). The Safe Roads for Safe...

New cyber security resource for councils

Local governments can now access a new publication developed by the Australian Signals Directorate’s (ASD) Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) to help them effectively...

Speakers locked in for Gunnedah crime prevention conference

Gunnedah Shire Council says planning for the Gunnedah Crime Prevention and Community Safety Conference on 23-24 November is well underway, with a line-up of...

Feedback sought on window safety devices

The NSW Department of Planning and Environment (DPE) is seeking feedback on a discussion paper that could expand the installation of child-proof safety devices...

Brisbane to boost CCTV network

Brisbane City Council has announced an upgrade of the city's CCTV network to help keep visitors and residents safe in its major entertainment precincts. Lord...

Bayswater trials AI security cameras

Two Artificial Intelligence (AI) cameras have been installed at Birkett Reserve in Bedford as part of a six-month trial by City of Bayswater Council...

Bayside sounds support for vehicle noise camera trial

Bayside Council says its looking forward to working with the NSW Government, the Environment Protection Authority (EPA) and NSW Police to trial vehicle noise...

Queensland puts bite on dangerous dogs and their owners

The Queensland Government has released a Council-led discussion paper asking for community input on measures to crack down on irresponsible dog owners and keep...

Brisbane’s billion reasons to celebrate SAM

One billion motorists have passed Brisbane’s Speed Awareness Monitors (SAMs) since the highly successful safety program was launched almost a decade ago. Lord Mayor, Adrian...

Byron begins bulk LED replacement

Byron Shire Council has begun the process of upgrading 1,147 streetlights to energy-efficient LED lighting. Council says the switch to LED technology will deliver savings...

Balonne Mayor condemns flood camera vandalism

Balonne Shire Council Mayor, Samantha O'Toole says she is deeply disappointed that five of the Shire's 19 remote flood cameras have been vandalised...

Horsham CCTV network 72% operational, says council CEO

Horsham Rural City Council Chief Executive Officer, Sunil Bhalla, has today revealed details of the city's CCTV system, following questions regarding the network's effectiveness. Mr...

Cyber security costs set to double

The Australian Information Security Association (AISA) says an increase in cyber-related incidents and changes to Federal Government requirements mean Australian businesses will need to...

Cockburn subsidy to focus on CCTV for homes

City of Cockburn residents will soon be able to apply for a subsidy to help with the cost of installing Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV) security...