DPS and Redflex: Best Friends Forever

Roger and Karen

Roger and Karen

Here we see DPS’s Roger Vanderpool and Redflex’s Karen Finley at the 100 Club of  Arizona’s 41st Annual Banquet. It appears that they’re fairly well acquainted, and all dressed up in their western attire.

If you’re not familiar with the 100 Club, it’s an organization that helps the families of police officers and firefighters who are injured or lose their lives in the line of duty.

Judging by Finley’s shirt, I’d say that Redflex sponsors local 100 Clubs wherever Redflex operates. Look closely (if you have time) at the pictures from the event. NO ONE else is wearing a shirt like that except for one other person: an unidentified woman described as a Redflex representative. Look closely at her right sleeve and you can make out the partial logo of Redflex.

Redflex no doubt has a box full of these shirts that are handed out to area representatives to wear when attending events like this.

Karen and Roger: Best Friends Forever!


21 Responses to DPS and Redflex: Best Friends Forever

  1. I'm Back says:

    Great photo! I wonder if either of them are married? I have a sneaking suspicion that Vanderpool’s got his hand somewhere it shouldn’t be. 😉

  2. Mark S says:

    I have a sneaking suspicion that the powers that be have their hands in places that they shouldn’t be as well as where redflex’s hands are at, too.

    Like I said earlier, after all this comes out in the wash, there are going to be some individuals in jail over this fiasco.

    • Will Kay says:

      Napolitano I hope.

      • Ed S. says:

        No way, immunity for dirty cops, the dirty establishment, etc. Show me where a dirty cop has been helpd accountable? Show me where corporations are held accountable. Chandler Officer Lovelace, tne Phx cop that stole the Toys for Tots toys, on and on – pure immunity for the so-called controllers of crime.

        • Will Kay says:

          It’s up to us citizens to put enough pressure on these entities to hold their people accountable all the way!

  3. I agree. There’s definitely more to the DPS-Redlfex relationship than meets the eye. DPS is simply way to invested and defensive of the program. Way more than any government agency should be.

    • Doc says:

      I agree. The average citizen would/SHOULD think/believe that a Law Enforcement Agency of a particular state would remain neutral. Their job SHOULD BE to “Protect & Serve” NOT “To Generate Revenue & Dominate the Citizens We Are Paid By”.

      Welcome to Dominating Police Systems-Doc from Prescott

  4. I'm Back says:

    No, I’m sure they were just discussing “safety.”

  5. Walter says:

    To bad they don’t practice abstinence.

  6. Glyph says:

    In their defense, I zoomed and cropped that photo, you can see the original here. But they do appear to be quite comfortable in eachother’s presence.

  7. Bill W. says:

    The pot belly guy next to her in the original photo is also waring a 100 club shirt. Husband? Also I’m no facial recognition expert but the woman in the other photo with the 100 club shirt on looks very similar to her as well. Daugher or Sister would be my guess.

  8. Ed S. says:

    Not only that, but the shirt states, “We proudly support…..” We, not I? “We” is an organization, family, group, etc, “I” would be the wearer of the shirt; it is quite obvious that she is wearing the shirt as an endorsement from Redflex to their partners in crime, the DPS.

  9. Marbro says:

    red flex, Boooooooooo

  10. Joe says:

    This _is_ a repeat, right?

  11. ((-_-)) whut'd_u_expect? says:
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