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Western Australia Police Seeks CCTV, SMS Upgrade For Perth Police Centre

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Western Australia Police is seeking a CCTV and security management system upgrade for the 250-camera CCTV system at Perth Police Centre.

Built by BGC and opened in 2013, the $A93 million Perth Police Centre houses up to 500 police officers and support staff and is the biggest WA Police capital works project ever undertaken. The complex contains the Perth Police Station, the Central Metropolitan District Office, the new Perth Watch House and the Northbridge Magistrate’s Court.

The Perth Police Centre is 4 storeys high over a single level basement and has a gross floor area of 17,681 sqm. The complex is fitted with an extensive integrated CCTV solution of more than 250 cameras, including multiple external PTZs, and has a 24-hour control room to manage access to and from the Perth Watch House, which can hold up to 72 people overnight.

The centre is home to a range of specialist units including the District Crime Team, Central Metropolitan Detectives, Traffic Unit, District Forensic Investigation Office, Crime and Intelligence Coordination Unit, Family Protection Unit and Community Policing Unit.

Tenderers to the CCTV and security management system contract must provide signed confidentiality agreement and photo ID when viewing or collecting documents from the tenders office. A non-mandatory site inspection and tender briefing will be held on Monday the 28th August 2017 10.30am. The site inspection and tender briefing will provide tenderers the opportunity to clarify any tender enquiries they have in relation to the tender in person prior to the closing of the tender.

To confirm attendance at this briefing, you must contact: Security Consulting Group (SCG) Des Doherty (08) 9468 2213 or ddoherty@securityconsultinggroup.com.au Confirmation of intention to attend the site inspection and tender briefing must be lodged with SCG prior to 12:00 Noon Friday the 25th of August 2017. The PPC CCTV and SMS tender closes on September 20, 2017. ♦

 
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