Red Light Cameras

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LARSON 1 Melanie Larson Lisa Myers English 102 19 February 2009 Camera Cops: Increasing Traffic Safety or City Revenue? Thousands of people across America are breaking laws every day from minor to extremely severe cases. In specific situations however, many law breakers are revealed due to the ever so frequent traffic violation. As much as we don’t like to admit it, either yourself or at least someone you know around you has committed some sort of a traffic violation in the past. As the future continues, infringements become more familiar between communities, particularly with the red light enforcement cameras at numerous intersections. Although camera lights intend to reduce traffic abuse, they are not practical because red light cameras are owned by private companies, the photo enforcement is faulty, and the cameras are discouraging law enforcement. Everyone knows when going through a photo enforced intersection, speeding or going through a yellow, they are at risk for a ticket. What some people may not know is that it’s not the cops writing out the citation, necessarily. Red light cameras are owned by private companies. In
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This note was uploaded on 04/01/2010 for the course ENGL 115 taught by Professor Williams during the Fall '09 term at NMSU.

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