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POLICE Commissioner Karl O’Callaghan’s son was one of five people who suffered serious burns in an alleged drug lab explosion in Carlisle yesterday. Mr O’Callaghan said his son Russell, 29, received head, shoulder and arm injuries in the explosion. He said he had not yet visited his son in Royal Perth Hospital. He said he [...]

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In a call that some would describe as stating the bleeding obvious, Victoria’s State Opposition Roads Spokesperson Terry Mulder has claimed that the Victorian Government is using its mobile speed camera network as little more than a revenue-raising program. Referring to figures obtained through the Freedom Of Information Act, Mr Mulder said that around 150,225 [...]

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Nearly 400 Sydney drivers will have fines returned and demerit points wiped out after the RTA admitted a faulty camera was randomly snapping cars. Nearly 400 Sydney drivers will have their fines returned and their demerit points wiped out after the Roads and Traffic Authority admitted a faulty camera was randomly photographing cars. The fixed [...]

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THE Barnett government expects to reap an extra $120 million a year in speeding fines by doubling the number of police cameras on West Australian roads, and by becoming the first state to use digital hand-held cameras that detect speeding from a distance of 1.2km. Western Australia will also soon join other states in outlawing [...]

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LTI has integrated a laser with a digital video camera, making the LTI 20-20 TruCAM™ the most sophisticated speed enforcement tool available today. A complete chain of video evidence is collected, along with a high resolution image that identifies vehicle make and model, license plate number and facial characteristics of the driver. The TruCAM is [...]

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