It’s the gem in Logan City’s policing crown – the District Tasking and Coordination Centre (DTACC).

With their ability to tap into hundreds of cameras across the City of Logan, including the local council CCTV network, local police will be able to chase down criminals faster than ever before.

The new Centre is located at the Logan Central Police Station and Queensland police will use it for in day-to-day operations.

Councillor Tony Hall who is committed to ending hooning in Logan was a guest at the opening.

Council and Logan Police Room
Council and Logan Police Room

“It was great to meet the Acting Chief of Police Melissa Adams and Assistant Commissioner Brian Wilkins today who acknowledged the partnership and collaboration between Logan City Council and our local Queensland Police contributing towards the joint work being done in this area.

“Thank you to our local Queensland Police for their hard work keeping our community safe.

“Also, a big thank you to our own Acting Community Safety Program Leader Erin Simpson & CCTV Operations Officer Brent Gilmartin for their amazing work with Logan City Council’s camera networks.”

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