Cameras Save Lives is managed by the Department of Justice and Community Safety and provides information about the operation and impact of Victoria’s road safety camera system.
The department manages the road safety camera system, which has played and continues to play, an integral role in reducing the number of lives lost on our roads.
The information on this website:
- explains how road safety cameras work
- provides information on where cameras are positioned and why
- provides transparency around Victoria’s road safety camera system
- increases public confidence in the accuracy and reliability of the road safety camera system
- promotes safer road use.
Our road safety partners
In Victoria, the following agencies are responsible for road safety:
- Department of Transport
- Victoria Police
- Transport Accident Commission
- Department of Justice and Community Safety
- Department of Health
Collectively, these agencies are united in their efforts to improve road safety. Their multi-faceted approach encompasses:
- targeting high-risk behaviour (for example, speeding and running red lights)
- education and public awareness initiatives
- research and development
- improvements to Victoria’s road system.
The Victorian Road Safety Strategy 2021-2030 aims to halve deaths by 2030 and put us on a strong path to eliminate all road deaths by 2050.