Broome Shire offers residents security rebate for CCTV, alarms

Sam JonesBroome Advertiser
Rebates are available for CCTV cameras and other security devices.
Camera IconRebates are available for CCTV cameras and other security devices. Credit: PhotoMIX-Company/Pixabay (user PhotoMIX-Company)

Broome residents can claim hundreds of dollars in rebates for security equipment after the Shire re-opened the security incentive scheme this week.

The rebate will see the Shire cover 50 per cent of the cost of buying security products, or 75 per cent for seniors and healthcare card holders, with a maximum reimbursement of $275.

CCTV cameras, home alarms, door deadlocks, window locks, security lights and screens are all eligible for the rebate as part of the security incentive scheme.

The SIS was first launched in August, but a high uptake meant the allocated rebates were reached within a month.

To apply for a rebate, residents can visit the Shire website.

Shire officers will assess the application and notify recipients if they have been successful.

Successful applicants will have three months to buy and install their device of choice, and will need to provide a receipt to the Shire for reimbursement.

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