​​The Camera Detected Offence Program is a road safety initiative aiming to reduce the road trauma on Queensland roads. It is a joint partnership program between the Department of Transport and Main Roads and the Queensland Police Service.

Speed and red light offences are recognised as life endangering and are a major cause of road accidents. Aside from the tragedy of road deaths, road crashes place a high cost on the community each year through hospital and health care costs, lost productivity in the workplace and the use of emergency services.

Speeding reduces reaction time and distance which increases the likelihood of road crashes involving other road users.


The Queensland Police deploy Mobile, Portable and Fixed Speed and Red Light Photographic Detection Devices to detect prescribed offences and to improve road safety.

Types of Photographic Detection Devices

The QPS use various photographic detection devices throughout Queensland. These can be located in the ‘Traffic Regulation 1962, Sch 10’. Go to:

Download a PDF of the Act​

Where are the Cameras located?

As a part of the Queensland Government’s Open Data initiative, the Queensland Police Service is releasing information on Active Camera sites around Queensland.

Information on camera locations 

Active speed camera sites

Penalties for Camera Detected Offences

Information on fines and demerit points for camera detected offences can be found at:

Licence demerit points

Speeding fines and demerit points​

Contact Details

Traffic Camera Office
GPO Box 1440
Brisbane QLD 4001

Phone: 1300 360 610
Fax: (07) 3099 6138

NOTEPhone calls made to the Queensland Police Service, Traffic Camera Office are recorded for quality assurance and training purposes.​

NOTE – The Traffic Camera Office will be closed over the Christmas and New Year period between Monday 25th December 2017 and Monday 1st January 2018. The Office will reopen on Tuesday 2nd January 2018