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Philadelphia FOP Sues City Over Driving Equity Bill

Philadelphia FOP Sues City Over Driving Equity Bill

"These stops, they lead to bigger things, they find guns, they find drugs, it leads to bigger things. Whether you're black, whether you're white, whether you're Asian, whether you're Hispanic, obey the law. Get behind the wheel of a legally safe car and you'll be fine."

February 24, 2022

Philadelphia to Start Hiring Unarmed, Unsworn Traffic Enforcement Officers

In March of 2020, Mayor Jim Kenney committed $1.9 million in funding to the Philadelphia Police Department to create a class of about 20 ​​Public Safety Enforcement officers. But officials hit pause on the plan last year, blaming the pandemic. At that time, officials hoped the officers would roll out this year.

October 18, 2021

Minneapolis Suburb to Turn Some Traffic Enforcement Duties Over to Unarmed Personnel

The resolution also limits situations in which officers can make arrests and requires more de-escalation efforts by police before using deadly force. In addition, a new Department of Community Safety and Violence Prevention would be formed to oversee efforts on community health and public safety, led by a director with public health expertise.

May 17, 2021

Nevada Department Receives $220K Grant to Help Make Roadways Safer
All Traffic Solutions Debuts Program to Donate Message Signs to Law Enforcement Agencies During the Pandemic
Google Maps App Gives Users Locations of Possible "Speed Traps"
St. Louis Police Cracking Down on ATV Drivers

St. Louis Police Cracking Down on ATV Drivers

St. Louis Police Chief John Hayden said in a statement: “We are going to enforce the mentioned state statute, which prohibits the operation of ATVs in places open to the public for the purposes of vehicular traffic within the State. This includes our City streets."

May 13, 2019

Florida Speed Trap Foiled by Handmade Sign Alerting Drivers

Federal Prosecutors Accuse MA State Police Unit of Ticket Quota

Members of the now-disbanded Troop E were expected to issue at least eight citations during their shifts under a specialized overtime program, which dozens of troopers allegedly abused to collect fraudulent overtime, according to prosecutors.

March 19, 2019

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