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Since 1999, the NMVTRC has driven the vehicle theft reform process in Australia.

The fifth formal review of the NMVTRC’s operations valued the community benefit of NMVTRC-initiated reforms over the past five years at more than $276 million, representing a benefit-cost ratio of 24:1 for the investment by governments and insurers.

The short video below outlines the NMVTRC's goals and vision for a 'secure system' approach to combating vehicle crime.



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nmvtrcDavidMorgan

David Morgan
Independent Chair

nmvtrcMarkBorlace

Mark Borlace
RAA (SA) (Australian Automobile Association)

nmvtrcKarlSullivan

Karl Sullivan
Insurance Council of Aust.

nmvtrcJamesHurnall

James Hurnall
Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries

nmvtrcMurrayChapman

Murray Chapman
NSW Police (Law, Crime and Community Safety Council)

Paul Tomic IAG
Paul Tomic
Insurance Australia Group (Insurance Council of Aust.)

nmvtrcRichardDudley
Richard Dudley
Motor Trades Association of Australia
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Insurance Council of Aust. (Vacant)


CouncillorAndrewLee

Andrew Lee
Department of Transport WA (Austroads)

Our people

ourPeopleRay

Ray Carroll
Executive Director

ourPeopleGeoff

Geoff Hughes
Director Strategy and Programming

ourPeopleChristine

Christine Pejic
Communications and Projects Coordinator

ourPeopleTiffany

Tiffany Podrug
Administration Officer

Recent reform highlights

  • The continued development and success of our collaboration with Mission Australia and the Suncorp Group in Synergy Repairs, the world's first commercial enterprise delivering on-the-job technical training, work experience and support to young car crime offenders.
  • The successful launch of our Car Security Begins at Home program to raise community awareness of the need to keep keys and transponders safe from would-be home burglars.
  • The public release of the results of the most comprehensive compliance audit of the management of separated vehicle parts and vehicle related scrap, clearly demonstrating the need for major reform.
  • The continued success of Operation Bounce Back, the NMVTRC's public education partnership with local government in theft hot spots around the country.
  • Northern Territory's adoption of the NMVTRC’s revised damage assessment criteria for written-off vehicles, bringing them into line with other jurisdictions.
  • The number of vehicles now bearing the NMVTRC-endorsed secure compliance label passing the four million mark.
  • Almost 13 million vehicle status checks being made via the Personal Property Securities Register and Vehicle Information Request System in 2015.

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Timeline notes

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