Unlawful and deceptive police officers,and other governments are perpetuating an organized "racket" to harass local law abiding citizens through traffic enforcement. How these entities use traffic enforcement as a means to unlawfully "tax" citizens and generate revenue through traffic citations to make up for failing budgets. This is even more important now than ever because of the failing economy. I am a former police officer and police instructor and have been on the show before. What I know and talk about I know from the inside, first hand.Read more »
Man ticketed for directing traffic. The comments by citizens , the man involved, and a police officer are just as interesting if not more so than the story!Read more »
Citing costs and safety issues, the Police Commission votes to shut the cameras down. Unless the City Council intervenes, their use at 32 intersections could end within weeks.Read more »
Google searches, GoogleMaps, GPS geotags, photos (yes, even THAT one!), videos, contacts, text messages... EVERYTHING!Read more »
As many as 400 cops could face disciplinary charges for fixing tickets in a widening corruption scandal...Read more »
The Dallas Police Department plans to use 50 E-ticket gadgets in a test program involving motorcycle officers because statistically they write more tickets than other patrol officers.Read more »
The Missouri Department of Transportation has put the brakes on any more red-light cameras on state highways.Read more »
RIVERHEAD, N.Y.— It’s not enough to check your rear view mirror for a police cruiser.
Traffic enforcment in New York’s Suffolk County may soon take to the air.
The county sheriff’s office is testing the use of a small plane to spot bad drivers.
In a trial program tested during Friday morning’s rush hour, spotters aboard a plane hovering over the Long Island Expressway looked for aggressive driving and radioed details to deputies below.Read more »
FAIRFAX, Va. - A new system that's supposed to reduce paperwork and instantly allow police in Fairfax County to share isn't quite working as it should.
Fairfax County Police officers are writing fewer tickets because the system is cumbersome and time-consuming.
Some cities have been shortening yellow lights to nab drivers with a ticket. But studies show that they're raking in the bucks at the expense of public safety.Read more »
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