Operation of Surveillance Cameras in Dayboro

Adrian Kenny made this Right to Information request to Moreton Bay Regional Council

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Dear Moreton Bay Regional Council,

I'd like to request information about the surveillance cameras operating from buildings overlooking Williams Street and Bradley Street in Dayboro.

What was the reason for installing these cameras?
Which organisation operates the cameras?
Are they used for live monitoring, or recording of data, or both?
If data is recorded:
What type of data is recorded (video, audio, still images)?
Where is the data stored (locally, nationally, overseas)?
For how long is the data stored (short term, indefinitely)?
What types of analysis are carried out on the data (ANPR, facial recognition, gait recognition, etc)?
Is the data shared with, or accessed by, any third parties? If so, whom, and for what purpose?
Is the data used for any commercial or marketing purposes?

Many thanks.

Yours faithfully,

Adrian Kenny

MBRC Incoming Mail, Moreton Bay Regional Council

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Alison Page, Moreton Bay Regional Council

Hi Adrian

Thank you for your email.

In the first instance, your query might best be resolved by speaking to the Public Safety Team. I can provide your contact details to that team requesting a call or email back if you prefer. Please advise if you would like to proceed with that action.

Alternatively, please find link below should you wish to lodge a Right to Information application. Please note there is an application fee of $50.80. In completing the application, it may be best to phrase your request as 'documents relating to X', as opposed to outlining questions.


Please feel free to call or email to discuss further.

Kind Regards,

Alison Page
Governance Information Officer
Legal Services Department
Moreton Bay Regional Council
P: (07) 3480 6537
E: [email address]

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Dear Alison Page,

Thanks for that.

Please pass my query on to the Public Safety Team for an email response.

Many thanks.

Yours sincerely,

Adrian Kenny

Greg Flint, Moreton Bay Regional Council

Good morning Mr Kenny


In response to your query regarding the CCTV cameras that have been
installed at the intersection of Williams and Bradley Street, Woodford I
wish to advise the following.


The cameras subject of your enquiry are not owned or operated by the
Moreton Bay Regional Council.   


The subject cameras were installed by Dayboro and Districts Progress
Association as part of a federal government community safety grant.  


Ongoing operation and maintenance has been handed over to the Dayboro and
Districts Rural Watch Group. 


Any further enquiries should be referred to Sgt Ken Robinson, Officer in
Charge, Wood Police Division Ph 0728977285 email
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Greg Flint

Principal Public Safety Officer
Engineering Construction and Maintenance 
Moreton Bay Regional Council
220 Gympie Road, Strathpine  QLD  4500

P: (07) 54332951

M: 0428579624
E: [2][email address]


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Dear Greg Flint,

Thanks Greg.

I'll contact Ken.

Yours sincerely,

Adrian Kenny