RACQ tech and safety guru Steve Spalding says it is good to see police following up on the launch to “measure any changes (hopefully improvements) of awareness of using anti-theft devices”.
“RACQ is very supportive of the work QPS is doing to raise awareness of motorcycle theft and promote the use of simple low-cost devices to help secure a bike,” says Steve who rides a Triumph Bonneville SE.
The short survey asks questions about riders’ use of motorbikes, awareness of anti-theft devices, and ownership of anti-theft devices.
Respondents are not required to identify themselves except to supply a postcode.
Police say the information is anonymous in accordance with the Information Privacy Act 2009.
It will only be used to inform others of the effectiveness of anti-theft devices.
Should you require any additional information before participating in this survey, or at any other stage, please contact Marcus TESTON, Research & Evaluation Unit, OCC via email at [email protected] or phone on 07 3015 2532.
We will publish results of the review when they are available.