Spotlight on Safety in the Salisbury City Centre

Submissions close at 05:00PM on Friday 24 June 2016

The successful completion of two CCTV projects in the City of Salisbury are helping improve community safety and perceptions of safety while also providing a key tool to combat and deter anti-social behaviour.

More than $250,000 has been spent on additional state-of-the-art CCTV infrastructure at busy pedestrian locations in Salisbury City Centre creating a networked camera system with 24/7 monitoring capabilities. The projects were jointly funded by the Attorney General’s Department and the City of Salisbury.

The system is in operation in the Salisbury City Centre between Salisbury Interchange and Ann Street inclusive of Church Street, Civic Square, James Street and Wiltshire Street, and from Salisbury RSL and Jack Young Centre to Salisbury Oval.

These projects have an important part to play in our Salisbury City Centre Revitalisation Project, which aims to make it an attractive, safe and vibrant place for the community, local traders and visitors. Public awareness signage has been installed to continue highlighting the spotlight on safety within the City Centre.


The City of Salisbury is now seeking public evaluation of each project. Interested people are asked to complete the surveys available at:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CCTVJackYoungCentre

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CCTVCityCentre

Responses will be received until 5pm 24 June 2016.