Safer Communities IN FOCUS

In a world where Safety, Crime Detection and Community Protection are intensifying challenges, the positive benefit to any community from Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV) is without equal.

The 2014 SafeCity Conference brought together all levels of government and other agencies, advisors and industry professionals, to learn about and discuss the role and application of CCTV and associated disciplines, to develop and enhance community safety such as future-proofing your CCTV system and exploring the differences and benefits of various monitoring techniques.

Presentations by pre-eminent speakers in the field of Community Safety can be downloaded below.

Wednesday, 11 June 2014

SEX, LIES & VIDEOTAPES: Governance of CCTV Records, storage and the legal aspects of monitoring (Jacob Duane)

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THE ART OF WAR: The Ipswich Experience (Larry Waite)

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A LEGAL PERSPECTIVE OF CCTV: Why Civil Libertarians Don’t Really Want it in Your Town (Chris Watters)

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Thursday, 12 June 2014

Privacy and the Use of CCTV Systems (Privacy Commissioner)

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Friday, 13 June 2014

Funding Your CCTV (Anne Furey)

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The next SafeCity Conference will be announced in August 2014.

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Ipswich, Queensland‘s oldest provincial city, is an alluring blend of heritage charm, metropolitan sophistication and expansive green spaces. Just 45 minutes west of Brisbane and an hour from the Gold Coast, Ipswich combines rich heritage with the energy of being the hub of today’s growth region in South East Queensland.

Getting Here

Ipswich is only 45 minutes by road from Brisbane City, 1 hour from the Gold Coast and 1 hour from Brisbane Airport.

Located on the nexus of five major arterial roads, Ipswich is easily accessed by road – self drive, private limousine or coach transfers – from all major population centres in South East Queensland.

The Brisbane Citytrain network provides regular connections from Ipswich to Brisbane and connections to the Gold & Sunshine Coast rail lines.  For more information visit  

Airtrain is the quick and easy way to transfer from the domestic and international airports. For more information visit:

Ipswich is easily accessible from the Brisbane International & Domestic Airports. Ipswich is 60 minutes drive from the Airports or you can choose to book a door-to-door shuttle bus or take the Airtrain.

Airport West and Airport Express operate a door-to-door airport bus shuttle service to/from Brisbane Domestic and International airports. Bookings are essential and must be made 2 full working days prior to the service being provided. Bookings and payment can be made by contacting the Ipswich Visitor Information Centre on:
07 3281 0555 or via email: