sneaky bus-stop speed camera | adelaide now -g-icon-error cloudy-day nav_small_right nav_small_right nav_small_right nav_small_right nav_small_right nav_small_right nav_small_right nav_small_right nav_small_right 0a0871e9-1636-49f4-9041-2e36e2bb5333 burge

by:YEROO     2019-10-12
To catch the speeding driver, police hiding in the bus shelters are again accused of road safety laws being used to increase revenue.
Advertisers yesterday witnessed police sitting in a bus shelter on the North Street of Gepps Cross using speed detection devices.
The approaching drivers had little chance to see them, although the police insisted that the action was not a secret, so the police could be seen because they were wearing bright vests.
Opposition police spokesman David Ridgeway said the strategy shows the government is just trying to raise money and calls for more attention from the police.
\"This is an obvious increase in revenue.
What the community wants is more police on the road.
\"This is deterrence,\" he said . \"
\"The government will say that the biggest deterrent is the people who hit the hip pocket.
\"They need to be more obvious.
If you want to do something, make it public.
Kevin kedin, president of the Association of residents and taxpayers, said police should not set up speed traps in hidden places.
\"I think taxpayers are disappointed with this behavior,\" he said . \".
New state road minister Eric Roozendaal has condemned the use of hidden speed cameras this year, saying visible deterrence is needed.
A police officer at the bus shelter yesterday, Officer Nigel Allen, said they did not hide and compared these actions to sitting in a police car or motorcycle.
He said there was no reason for the police to be in the car during the speed test operation.
Police spokesman Roberta Heather said police action was correct.
\"Speed detection device deployment shown in the photo. . .
There will be no violation of police procedures.
\"Obviously, the action is not a secret because officials are wearing very conspicuous vests.
\"Their motivation there is based on road safety, with the aim of detecting speeding people who pose a real threat to the safety of other road users.
Rita Excell, traffic and safety manager at RAA, said the use of secret cameras should be combined with visible speed detection devices.
\"Both openness and secrecy work, and we obviously want to see a higher presence and a more open execution,\" she said . \".
Police Secretary Paul Holloway declined to comment.
Custom message
Chat Online 编辑模式下无法使用
Chat Online inputting...
Hi, Thank you for visiting our website. What product you are looking for? May I know your WhatsApp number and email ? our business manager will contact you soon.