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Youngstown police begin using speed cameras

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WYTV) – Youngstown police are hoping their newest gadget will convince drivers to slow down and that will help reduce accidents, which will allow officers to spend more time on patrol. 316 more words

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Youngstown police begin using speed cameras


YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – Youngstown police are hoping their newest gadget will convince drivers to slow down and that will help reduce accidents, which will allow officers to spend more time on patrol. 320 more words

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Youngstown PD to use cameras to give speeding tickets

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – Youngstown Police are cracking down on speeders and unveiled new high-tech equipment to help them do that on Wednesday.

Police officials stated at a press conference that officers have started using mobile traffic cameras, especially  in schools zones and near Interstate 680 in the city.  356 more words

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City of Dayton reacts to red light camera funds

DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – Dayton city leaders will hold a news conference Tuesday to discuss the fate of the city’s traffic cameras.

Several months ago, legislators banned the traffic cameras unless an officer is present at the device at all times. 202 more words

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We claim to be a nation of laws, but so often we look for ways around those laws.

My state will shortly hold a referendum to answer the question, “Should red light cameras be banned in Arizona,” and it seems the majority view is “Yes.” People want red light cameras removed so they can continue to run red lights, and cause accidents, often with fatal injuries, without interruption, penalty, or concern. 225 more words

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Ohio battle over traffic cameras heats up again

CINCINNATI (AP) – There’s a lot developing in the continuing clash over traffic camera enforcement in Ohio.

The FBI is now involved, investigating possible public corruption over camera vendor dealings in Columbus and Cincinnati. 125 more words

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Arlington Officials Not Happy About Red Light Ticket Budget Hole

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ARLINGTON (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — According to Arlington city officials, money from red light runners caught by cameras had been spent on traffic safety programs and other patrol-related units. 151 more words

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