REVEALED: Safe City CCTV coming to a suburb near you

BIG brother is about to gain some new eyes.

Ipswich City Council has agreed to move forward with plans to expand the Safe City network.

Safe City is a series of cameras placed around the city, fed back to a central control room.
The expansion includes one new camera at Redbank Plains and six new cameras at Brassall, adding to more than 300 cameras already operational across the city.

The new camera at Redbank Plains will be placed at the intersection of Keidges Road and Redbank Plains Road.

At Brassall, the new cameras will be placed along Hunter St and at Pine Mountain Rd.

According to the council the Safe City cameras have an 'enormous impact' on crime.

The cameras are capable of number plate recognition in line with cars identified by Queensland Police as 'vehicles of interest'.

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