Intergovernmental Agreement On Surface Transport Security

Apr
2021
10

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Contact us by email: transport.security@tmr.qld.gov.au The best safety results are achieved when transportation partners from across government and industry work together. Our transport safety programme therefore includes: the Department of Transport and Major Roads, in partnership with other agencies, such as the Queensland Police Service, is responsible for the results of land transport safety in Queensland and focuses on the safety and resilience of Queensland`s transport system to a terrorist act and other illegal acts. The surface transport system is a potential target for terrorist or other illegal activities, because: Australia`s current national terrorist threat is PROBABLE. Credible evidence, assessed by our security authorities, indicates that individuals or groups have developed both the intent and ability to carry out a terrorist attack in Australia. The legislative history on the back of the law contains details of the past and the future functioning of the law. The ministry is working with industry and local, government and federal stakeholders to implement the objectives of the Intergovernmental Agreement on Surface Transportation Safety and Queensland`s Counter-Terrorism Strategy 2013 – 2019. Minister for Infrastructure and Transport: Gazette 29.7.2020 p4095 Non-urgent and non-urgent activities can be reported to Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or queensland Police Service on 131 444. The public should continue to exercise caution and report suspicious incidents to the National Security Hotline on 1800 123 400. Life-threatening situations should be reported to the police at triple zero (000). Minister for Transport and Infrastructure: Gazette 21.10.2011 p. 4289.