Sheridan Anti-Photo Radar Petition

Our friend and fellow anti-photo enforcement activist has been stirring the pot with The City of Sheridan.  Paul has been signing the vans in his free time, significantly cutting into the revenue for ACS/Xerox and The City of Sheridan.  Since Paul has managed to slow down so many vehicles, I’m sure the city doesn’t mind …

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Redflex Circles the US Drain

Redflex Profits have plunged 414%.  They are struggling in a market that has finally decided photo enforcement in the US isn’t what it’s cracked up to be.  Between citizen led initiatives to end the programs, and a general distaste for the corruption that surround the industry; they are in trouble.  For now, Reflex sales is …

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Littleton, CO Ends Scamera Program

The Denver Post reports today that Littleton, CO has ended their scamera program with ATS (American Ticketing Solutions).  Their reasoning is that the system no longer works.  While three out of five intersections saw reduced right angle crashes, four out of five saw non-injury accidents increase. While Littleton police credit the program with changing driving …

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900 Photo Radar Tickets Dismissed

According to Channel 7, 900 photo radar tickets have been dismissed in Denver.  The wonderful folks at ACS/Xerox apparently weren’t too diligent about the proper placement of warning signs per Colorado State Law.  I myself have seen the photo radar operating without the required signs, and in one case, the sign was intentionally obscured by …

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