High-tech cameras to keep nighttime watch

High-tech cameras to keep nighttime watch

Eight new CCTV cameras with night time vision and license plate-recognition abilities are established to be installed across Logan.

Cameras like these are monitored by both of those Logan City Council and Logan law enforcement 24/7 for criminal offense detection and are hoped to be a crime deterrent.

The cameras will be mounted at:

  • Rowan Park (Slacks Creek)
  • Cnr Arshad Dve and Wembley Rd (Berrinba)
  • Cnr Browns Plains Rd and Wembley Rd (Browns Plains)
  • Cnr Nyanza St and Compton Rd (Woodridge)
  • Marsden Park (Marsden)
  • Cnr Third Ave and Browns Plains Rd (Marsden)
  • Cnr Estramina Rd and Vansittart Rd (Regents Park)
  • Fleet Park (Browns Plains)

Logan previously has 1400 cameras, a person of the premier networks operated by a area authorities in Australia.

The new cameras are funded through an $800,000 grant from the Australian governing administration.

The federal treasurer and Rankin member, Jim Chalmers, said the supply of the new cameras was proof of the near cooperation concerning the neighborhood council and federal govt.

“These new cameras are an important and sensible demonstration of doing the job collectively to supply for our regional local community,” Mr Chalmers mentioned.

“This is all about producing our nearby spot safer and more safe and making our neighborhood an even improved put to connect with house.”