Speed Cameras in the Hands of Children


Redflex and ATS might need to rethink their scamera deployment strategy. One seaport town in the U.K. is training the next generation of Karen Finleys and James Tutons, although we doubt the heads of our two photo ticketing operations got their start quite this young.

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The next Jim or Adam Tuton?? Ryan Boyd, 6, is ready to "tattle" on Grimsby motorists

19 Responses to Speed Cameras in the Hands of Children

  1. Stacey says:

    During his third State of the Union address Tuesday night, President Barack Obama cracked a joke about TSA pat-downs – and earned an immediate rebuke from the ACLU.

    Hailing the benefits of high-speed rail, the president jested that it would allow travelers to avoid being subject to the controversial airport pat-downs policy.

    “Within 25 years, our goal is to give 80 percent of Americans access to high-speed rail, which could allow you go places in half the time it takes to travel by car,” Obama said. “For some trips, it will be faster than flying – without the pat-down.”

    Awkward laughter and a scattered applause followed as Obama smiled and chuckled.

    http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2011/01/obamas-tsa-patdowns-joke-infuriates-aclu/

  2. Stacey says:

    SURPRISE, AZ – The Surprise Police Department is looking for citizen patrol officers. The volunteers will patrol the streets, assist in crime scenes, and oversee department programs.

    On Wednesday night, you can attend a meeting to get more information about the program. It will take place at the Public Safety Auditorium on 14250 West Statler Plaza in Surprise. The meeting starts at 6 p.m. and lasts until 9 p.m.

    If interested, you can apply to become a volunteer at the meeting. You can also tour the police station after the meeting.

  3. Stacey says:

    That seems really smart!!!!!! Put kids out next to speeding cars. Uh duh.

  4. LookingBack says:

    Same concept as Hitler Youth without the murder…yet.

  5. LibertyDefenderAZ says:

    This story is disturbing…

  6. some guy says:

    That kid can’t be the next ATS hack, he’s obviously not old enough to be a c—sucking, Goldman Sachs whore bag.

  7. Stacey says:

    TSA Behavior Detection Officers

      • 4409 says:

        Section 1. Title 28, chapter 25, article 6, Arizona Revised Statutes, is amended by adding section 28-8429, to read:

        START_STATUTE28-8429. Airport security screening

        Beginning January 1, 2012:

        1. The governing body of each airport located in this state shall contract with a private >>>person<<>may<< not use the transportation security administration for airport security screening.

        Interesting…..

        Looks like we "may" have Halliburton coming this way or Michael Chertoffs revenue generating….oops I mean security team.

        I did notice is said "may" and not "shall"

        They also might be speaking about security on behalf of the entire airport as a whole and not per say the screening of passengers….I would have to read the entire legislation but I feel that would just lead to more brain damage.

        • 4409 says:

          2. An airport in this state >>may<< not use the transportation security administration for airport security screening.

          • 4409 says:

            After reading this again I noticed that the government is forcing Airports to contract with private companies noticing the word “shall”….but it looks as though they left some leeway to still use the TSA.

            I also notices there were no penalties for not doing so as well….

  8. enigmaforever says:

    Isn’t that great, I think some sort of uniform should be given to the little tykes for their fine work. And might I suggest brown shirts for those uniforms would be appropriate, and still be in style for kids who want to turn in their parents for doing something the government doesn’t approve of.

  9. 4409 says:

    legislating thieves are now on a pirate quest of 300% tax on cancer patients to plug up their budget woes.

    It’s the American way.

    http://www.azleg.gov/legtext/50leg/1r/bills/hb2557p.pdf

    I wonder if your boy Antenori will be voting for this outright thievery….my guess is, he will🙂

    BTW….we never seen that wonderful piece legislation you wrote but would be introduced by him

  10. Stacey says:

    A Utah military base that carries out tests to protect troops against biological attacks was locked down over a “serious concern,” but was beginning to reopen early Thursday, officials said.

    Early Thursday, base spokeswoman Paula Thomas said the base, located about 85 miles southwest of Salt Lake City, had reopened to incoming personnel, and preparations were under way to allow people inside to leave.

    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/41288977/ns/us_news-life/

  11. Stacey says:

    VICTORY: Failing to Support Security Threat Claim, TSA Dismisses Case Against Muslim-American Pilot After Rutherford Institute Intervenes
    PHOENIX, Ariz.—After failing to substantiate their claims that commercial airline pilot Imran Jamali is in any way a security threat, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has agreed to dismiss its case against the Muslim-American pilot and reinstate his flying credentials. The reversal comes after The Rutherford Institute intervened in defense of Jamali’s right under the Fifth Amendment to not only know the charges against him but also defend himself against those charges in a court of law. Prior to the Institute’s involvement, the TSA had stonewalled Jamali in his efforts to determine the TSA’s basis for labeling him a security threat and stripping him of his flying badge and certificates.

    “Hopefully this victory in Imran Jamali’s case will serve as a warning to government agencies that they must abide by the rule of law, which is our U.S. Constitution,” stated John W. Whitehead, president of The Rutherford Institute. “The right to due process of law cannot be sacrificed in a rush to identify potential security threats. When civil liberties are tossed out the window, we all lose.”

    http://www.rutherford.org/articles_db/press_release.asp?article_id=876

  12. formercaresident says:

    some CA cities still don’t get it,OCEANSIDE,CA to install red light cams with assurance’s from police that’s it’s in the name of safety.

    http://www.nctimes.com/news/local/oceanside/article_5241013f-14cb-5d52-a5f3-efc4a2f8def4.html

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