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CCTV Security Subsidy

CCTV Security Subsidy

We are not currently accepting any new applications for the subsidy. Dates for future rounds will be advertised on this page web and the City of Kwinana social media channels.

The City of Kwinana is providing a subsidy for residents and business off the cost of new closed circuit television (CCTV) installations and / or Sensor Lights in the City that include a public angle field of view overlooking the road, footpath, front verge, or any other applicable public area.

This is a voluntary, opt in program for people who meet the terms and conditions of the program.

Closed circuit television (CCTV) can deter potential offenders from criminal activity and help with the detection, investigation, and prosecution of offenders.

The City of Kwinana has developed a subsidy program aimed at increasing the number of CCTV systems in strategic locations within the City. The subsidy aims to empower local residents and business owners to take ownership of their street and actively contribute to reducing crime.

Subsidy applications will be limited to one per household / business.

Before installation or upgrade of your CCTV system, please review the Terms and Conditions to verify that the desired setup will be eligible for the subsidy.

Apply today!

Terms and Conditions
  1. CCTV cameras / Sensor Lights must be installed at a property or business within the City of Kwinana.
  2. If you are renting within the City of Kwinana, home owners approval is required if you would like a hard wired option. Alternatively, wireless / plug and play camera options are available.
  3. This subsidy is only applicable to systems bought, installed or upgraded from TBC or until funding is exhausted.
  4. The CCTV Security Subsidy is applicable to either newly installed systems or upgrades to improve the quality of an existing system (providing this adds or improves a public facing camera).
  5. The system must be fully installed, payment made to the authorised business, and subsidy application completed in full and submitted to the City before TBC.
  6. One application per property / business will be considered.
  7. At least one camera must have a sufficient view of a public space, such as the road, footpath, front verge, park, reserve, or any other applicable public area.
  8. The CCTV system must be a fixed camera and installed in accordance with the Surveillance Devices Act 1998 and Privacy Act 1988.
  9. The CCTV must be registered on the WA Police State CCTV Register, Cam-Map WA. To register, visit the Cam-Map website. and submit their confirmation email as part of their subsidy application.
  10. The City provides no guarantee that a subsidy can be provided to all applicants if the allocated budget is fully expended prior to the processing of your application.
  11. The City will subsidise the cost of a new or improved CCTV system or sensor lights, up to a maximum of TBC.
  12. Applications may take 4 - 6 weeks to process.
  13. Applicants must not have a current outstanding debt with the City.
  14. Allocating funding to a project remains the discretion of the City.
  15. The City reserves the right to cancel the subsidy arrangements at any time if any of the above conditions have not been met to the satisfaction of the City. The City will not be liable for any cost incurred by the applicant.
  • Application Instructions:

    Read Terms and Conditions and Application Instructions

    Please read over all the Terms and Conditions and all of the Application Instructions.

  • Decide on your CCTV system and / or Sensor Light option.

    The City has no preferred suppliers or installers. There are many security companies and installers that will be able to provide you with a quality CCTV system. Speak to them about options for your property, and how much you are able to spend. You are welcome to go with whichever security installer you like.

  • Install and pay for your CCTV system and / or Sensor Lights. If a hard wired system is chosen, this must be installed by a registered, qualified electrician.

    Remember to get a copy of your proof of payment, and the technical specifications of your system.

  • Complete and submit the funding application form via Smarty Grants

    Please complete all sections of the funding application form, and send it to the City. Remember to include all the required attachments:

    • Proof of payment for your CCTV project (a paid invoice, receipt, bank transfer)
    • Confirmation email from WA Police Force Cam-Map system The CCTV system must be registered with the WA Police Force Cam-Map.

    Apply

The City will review your funding application against the agreed Terms and Conditions. In the event the City requires more information an officer will contact you. Funds will be transferred electronically to the account nominated on the application form.

If you have any questions in relation to CCTV Security Subsidy contact our Community Development Officer – Community Safety sinead.gilligan@kwinana.wa.gov.au

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