Maribyrnong City Council Security, Access, Monitoring, CCTV Maintenance
Maribyrnong City Council Tenders are invited for maintenance, programming and monitoring services for council’s security access control and CCTV systems.
City of Maribyrnong is a local government area within the metropolitan area of Melbourne, Australia. It comprises the inner western suburbs between 5 and 10 kilometres from Melbourne city centre. It was formed in 1994 from the merger of the City of Footscray and parts of the City of Sunshine.
Community safety is a high priority for Maribyrnong City Council. Council has a Shared Approach to Safety in the City of Maribyrnong partnership with Victoria Police. Council’s approach to safety is underpinned by a strong commitment to crime prevention through environmental design, including the application of CCTV surveillance systems.
The primary security use of CCTV is to discourage and/or detect unlawful behaviour. The City of Maribyrnong operates 2 separate systems:
* Public CCTV system: 32 cameras managed in partnership with Victoria Police. These cameras provide 24-hour surveillance of large parts of the Footscray Central Activity District.
* Council asset management system: A number of cameras that are used as an asset protection measure, with the presence of cameras helping to prevent damage to property and deter anti-social behaviour and inappropriate activity in settings such as libraries and our leisure centres.
This tender closes on June 23, 2020 – you can find our more here.