DPS Chooses Not to Renew Speed Camera Contract with Redflex


In a letter to shareholders, Redflex informs investors that the Arizona DPS will not be renewing the contract for state wide photo enforcement. The company expects to take a 5 million dollar write down.

But it’s not time to celebrate yet. The cameras can come back at any time, and we need to get those signatures necessary to put the intitiative on the ballot this November!

7 Responses to DPS Chooses Not to Renew Speed Camera Contract with Redflex

  1. Brent says:

    Bye bye Redflex..

  2. Brent says:

    Dear Karen Finley,

    You are a failure and should expect no appaluse, accolades, or admiration by other CEO’s and leaders Thursday evening. You should expect the same thing that pirates (and other felons) like ATS CEO Jim Tuton win awards at other corporate awards dinners- which are chuckles, jeers, boo’s, and laughter.

    You are a fraud, you run a fraudulent enterprise and you should expect class action lawsuits to start springing up the moment your business model is voted out of our state on November 2nd.

    Sincerely,

    Arizona Citizens

  3. Dr Jett says:

    Karen,
    DPS doesn’t want to give you any love anymore, so the citizens of Arizona will.
    I think you should be honored by getting the award offered to you where the sun don’t shine.
    Just bend over and you can get your just rewards.

    Arizona Citizens Against Fraudulent Companies

  4. wouldnt it be great says:

    One can daydream that the CEOs of Taser and Redflex get “Tased” by an angry audience member.

    Sweet justice!

  5. just thinking says:

    Hey REDFLEX, See what a “Small Vocal Minority” can do!
    Hee Hee Hee Hee Hee Hee…

    • Brent says:

      Dear Redflex,

      It has been a true pleasure costing your fraudulent enterprise millions of dollars.

      Sincerely,

      The Vocal Majority & citizens of AZ

  6. James Howard says:

    Good riddance! They did nothing to make me feel safer, and I feel like the eyes of Big Brother were always watching me. Now lets get rid of Arizona’s rigged red-light cameras, too!

    Drive friendly, we have something to smile about,

    James

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