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The Centre for Road Safety funds road safety programs and develops road safety policy for NSW. Our main responsibilities are to:
- identify road crash trends
- test new road safety technologies
- develop standards to make vehicles, road design and protective equipment safer
- ensure that road rules reflect best safety practice for road users
- educate the NSW community about road safety issues
- select speed camera sites
- develop policies to ensure the safety of all NSW road users.
If you have a question or wish to make a comment about these issues, please use this form.
To suggest the location of a speed camera or comment on speed limits, please visit the Safer Roads NSW website.
We work with other government agencies including the NSW Police Force and local councils. These agencies deliver programs and services related to NSW road safety policy.
Visit the the NSW Government website or phone the contact centre on 13 22 13 for advice on:
- reporting unsafe road sites
- the operation of speed cameras
- Safer Drivers Course for learners
- motorcycle rider training courses
- speed zone audits
- current road rules
- the demerit points system and other penalties related to road rules
Schools, local government and community organisations can order road safety products from our online catalogue.
Fines and penalties
If you have received a penalty notice, you can review your options on the Revenue NSW website or phone 1300 138 118. You can also contact the Revenue NSW if you suspect you have been fined, or photographed when a red light speed camera flashed.
Reporting a crime
If you have a general police enquiry or wish to report a crime, please phone the Police Assistance Line on 131 444.