CCTV Policy Review - Share Your Feedback on the Draft Revised Policy

The City of Cockburn understands safety and security are a top priority for our community.

Thanks to your feedback, we know that CCTV is one tool that helps our community feel safer.

Since 2012, advances in technology have allowed the City to expand from 8 CCTV cameras to 400 cameras across facilities and popular open spaces.

The installation and operation of these cameras is guided by a Policy titled “Installation and Use of Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) in the City of Cockburn”.

To ensure our CCTV Policy is up to date with the changes in technology, we’ve made some proposed revisions and would like your feedback.

As CCTV impacts all of us who live, work or visit the City of Cockburn, your input is important.

View the Policy

  • Download a copy of the proposed revised Policy from the Document Library (on the right of this page)
  • Download a copy of the current Policy from the Document Library (on the right of this page)

Have Your Say

  • Complete the short survey below, OR
  • Write a submission to comment@cockburn.wa.gov.au or post to City of Cockburn, PO Box 1215, Bibra Lake DC WA 6965

Feedback closes 4pm, Thursday17 October 2019.

How Your Feedback Will Be Used

The feedback you provide will be compiled alongside the input from others respondents. The combined comments will be assessed and presented to the Delegated Authorities, Policies & Position Statements Committee (DAPPS) as part of their consideration to approve the updated Policy.

Outcomes Summary

Thank you for sharing your feedback on the proposed revisions to the City's CCTV Policy. Congratulations to Glen who took home the Dash Cam prize for sharing his feedback!

Over 330 people visited the project page to read about the draft revisions. The City collected 101 responses:

  • For each policy statement, at least 85% of respondents indicated they “support” the statement.
  • 96% of respondents indicated they “agree” or “strongly agree” they are satisfied with the Policy.
  • 90% of respondents indicated they would not change anything about the Policy.

You said:

  • "Very supportive of CCTV"
  • "Would be happy to see significantly more CCTV camera. Not fussed by video surveillance if it is catching and deterring crime."

  • "Hopefully the footage can be used to keep people accountable. I think there also needs to be an emphasis on youth resources and resources for the unemployed. Also making sure those with problems stemming from drug-use have facilities available to them to get better. Need to look at the cause of the problems too."

Want more information?

Phone – 9411 3444 (office hours)

Email – customer@cockburn.wa.gov.au

The City of Cockburn understands safety and security are a top priority for our community.

Thanks to your feedback, we know that CCTV is one tool that helps our community feel safer.

Since 2012, advances in technology have allowed the City to expand from 8 CCTV cameras to 400 cameras across facilities and popular open spaces.

The installation and operation of these cameras is guided by a Policy titled “Installation and Use of Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) in the City of Cockburn”.

To ensure our CCTV Policy is up to date with the changes in technology, we’ve made some proposed revisions and would like your feedback.

As CCTV impacts all of us who live, work or visit the City of Cockburn, your input is important.

View the Policy

  • Download a copy of the proposed revised Policy from the Document Library (on the right of this page)
  • Download a copy of the current Policy from the Document Library (on the right of this page)

Have Your Say

  • Complete the short survey below, OR
  • Write a submission to comment@cockburn.wa.gov.au or post to City of Cockburn, PO Box 1215, Bibra Lake DC WA 6965

Feedback closes 4pm, Thursday17 October 2019.

How Your Feedback Will Be Used

The feedback you provide will be compiled alongside the input from others respondents. The combined comments will be assessed and presented to the Delegated Authorities, Policies & Position Statements Committee (DAPPS) as part of their consideration to approve the updated Policy.

Outcomes Summary

Thank you for sharing your feedback on the proposed revisions to the City's CCTV Policy. Congratulations to Glen who took home the Dash Cam prize for sharing his feedback!

Over 330 people visited the project page to read about the draft revisions. The City collected 101 responses:

  • For each policy statement, at least 85% of respondents indicated they “support” the statement.
  • 96% of respondents indicated they “agree” or “strongly agree” they are satisfied with the Policy.
  • 90% of respondents indicated they would not change anything about the Policy.

You said:

  • "Very supportive of CCTV"
  • "Would be happy to see significantly more CCTV camera. Not fussed by video surveillance if it is catching and deterring crime."

  • "Hopefully the footage can be used to keep people accountable. I think there also needs to be an emphasis on youth resources and resources for the unemployed. Also making sure those with problems stemming from drug-use have facilities available to them to get better. Need to look at the cause of the problems too."

Want more information?

Phone – 9411 3444 (office hours)

Email – customer@cockburn.wa.gov.au

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    We’ve reviewed our CCTV Policy to ensure it is up to date with current technological advances. 

    Before you complete this survey, please view the draft revised Policy which you can download from the Document Library.

    We’ve reviewed our CCTV Policy to ensure it is up to date with current technological advances. 

    Before you complete this survey, please view the draft revised Policy which you can download from the Document Library.

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