Safety and Security Rebate

WA Seniors Card holders have until 30 June 2015 to apply for the Safety and Security Rebate. The scheme will be closed on 30 June 2015. 

Until 30 June 2015, WA Seniors Card holders can apply for a rebate to improve their safety and security. This includes:

  • Up to $200 for a personal safety device (DOCX 86KB).
  • Up to $200 to upgrade or replace security if you have received the previous security rebate and then experienced a break-in from 1 January 2014.


More information



Eligible products

Category – Personal Safety Device – Up to $200

Non-telephone Based Systems including:

  • Portable noise makers
  • One way alert devices
  • Intercom monitors

Telephone-based Emergency Systems including:

  • Monitored systems
  • Non-monitored systems
  • Fall detectors

Please note: Rebate in this category is applicable to the purchase of item only, no rebate for installation. Also, mobile phones are not claimable as a Personal Safety Device.

If you are unsure about what device best suits your needs, call the Independent Living Centre advisory service on 1300 885 886 and they will help you to select a suitable personal safety device.

Category – Home Security Items – Up to $200

If you received the previous security rebate and then experienced a break-in from 1 January 2014, you are eligible to claim up to $200 on:-

  • Home intruder alarm
  • Security screen door
  • Security window screen
  • Security sensor light
  • Door deadlocks, window locks and patio bolts

Installation must be carried out by the owner or employee of a registered business (with an Australian Business Number) operating in the installation of home security products (for items purchased under the category of Home Security)

It is recommended installation and repair of security products, such as electronic alarms and door/window locks be carried out by a person/s holding a license under the Security and Related Activities (Control) Act 1996. Go to the WA police website for information on types of security license holders in WA or call Licensing Services Security Section of the WA Police on 1300 171 011

For each category, claims are limited to $200, one per WA Seniors Card Holder, one per household.



How to claim a rebate

  • Buy and/or install the eligible products in your home.
  • Complete a Safety and Security Rebate Claim Form (PDF 500KB).
  • Attach copies of all dated receipts showing proof of purchase and/or installation.  Since this is a one-off rebate per category, if you claim less than $200 in either the Personal Safety Device or Home Security categories you cannot make another claim. If you want to claim the full $200 for each category, you may wish to purchase items gradually and save all receipts until you can claim the maximum rebate.
  • Make sure the Seniors Card Centre has your current and correct bank account details to make payment to you.
  • Mail your claim form to WA Seniors Card Centre, Locked Bag 3, Perth Business Centre, WA, 6849, or you can drop it in to the WA Seniors Card Centre, Level 2, 140 William Street Perth 6000 (Above Perth Underground Railway Station, entry from Murray Street Mall). 

Please note: The Safety and Security Rebate will close on 30 June 2015. New applications must be lodged on or before 30 June 2015.   

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Last Updated: 14-05-2015