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Between February and October 2006, the City of Scottsdale conducted automated speed enforcement on a segment of Arizona Route 101 within the Scottsdale city limits. This experiment is unusual in that it was constructed and operated on a major freeway. Deploying these devices in high-volume, high-speed, multilane freeway environments is technically challenging. Cover photo courtesy of Commander Andrew Staubitz, Arizona State Capitol Police Department.
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NAFTA and Cross-Border Partnership: The U.S.-Mexico Demonstration Program
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Automated Speed Enforcement Study
Bridging the Legal Gap between the Traffic Stop and Criminal Investigation
The Red Team: An Innovative Quality Control Practice in Facility Security
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