Before suggesting a location, we recommend you check to see how camera locations are chosen, if there’s already a camera nearby or if there are roadworks that will change the existing conditions.

Choosing camera locations Search camera locations Check VicRoads roadworks (External link)

All fields are required except those marked as (optional).

The assessment process

Every suggestion is referred to the Fixed Camera Site Selection Committee (the Committee) for assessment, using the process below.

Flow chart showing assessment process for the nominated location

Due to the large volume of suggestions and the level of attention given to each, it may take some time for the Committee to complete an evaluation of your nominated location.

If you provide your contact details, we’ll notify you directly of the outcome of your submission as soon as the Committee's assessment is complete. 

Frequency of new camera installation and site suitability

Over the two year period from January 2016 to December 2017, a total of 17 new cameras were installed across Victoria.

While the Committee receives a large volume of suggestions, only a small number will result in the installation of a new camera.

However, even if your suggestion does not lead to the installation of a new camera, it may prompt other enforcement or safety measures at that location. 

Other measures can include mobile camera enforcement, increased police presence via Highway Patrol, additional signage and road maintenance works.

The Committee may refer sites that are not suitable for a fixed camera to the appropriate agency (e.g. Victoria Police or VicRoads) for alternative action.

Camera locations

Enter an address or click on the map to place a camera location pin.

 

Why is a camera needed at this location?
You can also report this behaviour to the Crime Stoppers Hoon Hotline on 1800 333 000 or contact your local police.

Supporting evidence

The Fixed Camera Site Selection Committee is chaired by Victoria Police with representatives from VicRoads and the Department of Justice and Regulation.

Contact information

Providing your contact details will enable the department or affiliated road safety agency to;

  • contact you if further information is required
  • notify you of the outcome once the committee’s assessment is complete.

* Please note, if you do not provide your email address, we cannot contact you about your submission.    

Postal address

If you would prefer to submit your suggestion in writing, ensure you include the fields in the form above. Please send your written suggestion to:

Executive Director 

Infringement Management & Enforcement Services 

GPO Box 123 

Melbourne Vic 3001