Photo Enforcement Safety Benefits: Separating Fact from Fiction
The Veil Guy
has long been publishing the effects of photo enforcement systems (on our civil liberties).
For this related series, he instead looks at the studies undertaken by government with all too often the approval if not outright guidance (ie; provided data) from the photo enforcement companies themselves. All of this, of course, is in the name of "safety" as it always is the case.
In this first blog entry, the Veil Guy
discusses the context of the "feasibility" studies of the automated speed camera system (ie; SEP program) and begins to expose the inaccuracies and distortions of this ground-laying program for other future programs initiated by Redflex or American Traffic Solutions in other parts of our country.
For the second part, the Veil Guy looks at the soundness of the data collection and data analyses and methodologies chosen that drive the conclusions of the report.
I consider this a must read for any one connected with or concerned with this nascent and rapidly growing industry: