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CCTV gives clues on Adelaide armed robbery

Posted December 13, 2015 09:48:32

Two armed males who robbed a Hackham hotel gaming room in Adelaide’s southern suburbs are getting sought by police.

Essential points:

  • Two armed males robbed Aussie Inn gaming area
  • One had a crowbar, the other a knife
  • They fled with cash

A CCTV image of the offenders has been released in the hope somebody will be capable to give police a important clue.

The males, one particular with a crowbar and the other with a knife, entered the gaming area of the Aussie Inn in Primary South Road just right after 9:00pm on Saturday and threatened staff, just before fleeing with cash.

1 offender was in a black hooded prime, three-quarter length pants and white sneakers and carried a blue bag.

The other wore a blue and white striped T-shirt, black track pants and grey shoes.

Police mentioned no-1 was injured throughout the robbery.

They mentioned any individual with information that may possibly aid them resolve the case could get in touch with Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Topics: armed-robbery, crime, law-crime-and-justice, hackham-5163, adelaide-5000, sa

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CCTV plan to catch bad behaviour by Perth boaties

Posted November 25, 2015 21:33:09

A series of CCTV cameras could be quickly utilised to help crack down on boaties undertaking the wrong issue on Perth’s waterways below a new State Government plan.

The Division of Transport is searching for interest from the private sector to set up the camera network, which would supply proof to prosecute these who break the guidelines, which includes by speeding.

The department already has 14 compliance officers and 3 investigating officers in the metropolitan location, and the Government believes the CCTV cameras would assistance them to enforce the law.

There are over 99,000 registered recreational vessels and two,500 commercial vessels across the state and 212,000 West Australians hold a recreational skippers ticket.

Tender documents reveal the department desires to initially set up eight cameras, 3 fixed ones in the metropolitan and Peel regions, and the other two mobile cameras would be employed in metro and regional areas.

“In thinking about recent and ongoing budgetary limitations, increasing population growth and the introduction of the national law for industrial vessels, the require for enhanced on water enforcement initiatives which do not rely exclusively on existing human and physical resources is recognised,” the document stated.

“There is a require to have alternative compliance monitoring capabilities that do not rely on existing human and physical sources.”

Transport Minister Dean Nalder said the capital price to install the cameras would be about $ 300,000 and he hoped to get them in location as soon as feasible.

“I think it’s something we have to do,” he said.

“I am searching forward to actually supporting our marine officers to make our waterways safer.

“Perth’s expanding and transforming and that signifies there is a lot more folks on the waterway and it’s becoming obvious when men and women do the wrong factor, whether it be speeding or going areas they shouldn’t be going so this is there to assist help and enforce.

“We want folks to be protected and appreciate our waterways and we want to make certain that those that aren’t carrying out the appropriate point are being advised to alter their behaviour.”

Cameras overdue: boating groups

The move has been welcomed by WA’s peak boating groups as lengthy overdue.

Boating Western Australia President Colin Lockley mentioned anything that encouraged folks to stick inside the speed limits and respect other people on the water was a excellent measure.

“It really is quite hard for the Department of Transport to be everywhere, and every little thing to everybody, so some cameras are definitely going to quit the renegade element, if you like, operating by means of there and it will save a lot of harm for boats along the river,” he said.

It is the equivalent of a red light camera to catch these individuals that are actually dangerous to everyone else … they never want to catch somebody undertaking two kilometres over the limit, they want to catch these that are actually harmful

Mike Beanland, Boating Business Association of WA

Boating Industry Association of WA president Mike Beanland stated the water would be significantly safer for everyone if the “few idiots” breaking the rules have been caught.

“Up at Belmont they’ve already had a single (CCTV camera)… they’ve been testing it for a while and it seems to have been powerful adequate for them to pursue it,” he stated.

“It’s the equivalent of a red light camera to catch those people that are genuinely dangerous to everyone else.

“They never want to catch somebody doing two kilometres over the limit, they want to catch those that are really hazardous.”

The division is seeking expressions of interest from a contractor to design, supply, install, commission and keep the cameras, as nicely as offer ongoing support and operations for the network.

It is anticipated the cameras will supply 24 hours a day, seven days a week compliance monitoring and surveillance, offer higher resolution photos of boat and other vessels rego for identification, and shop the video captured.

The proposed contract would run for up to five years.

Topics: life-style-and-leisure, state-parliament, perth-6000, mandurah-6210

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