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Annual Reports (Required by CVC 21455.5(i) )

Senate Bill 1303 of 2012 required camera vendors to file an annual report.  Among other things, the reports are required to break down the quantity of citations issued into straight, right, and left.  SB 1303 was codified as CVC 21455.5(i), which says:

(i) A manufacturer or supplier that operates an automated traffic enforcement system pursuant to this section shall, in cooperation with the governmental agency, submit an annual report to the Judicial Council that includes, but is not limited to, all of the following information if this information is in the possession of, or readily available to, the manufacturer or supplier:

(1) The number of alleged violations captured by the systems they operate.

(2) The number of citations issued by a law enforcement agency based on information collected from the automated traffic enforcement system.

(3) For citations identified in paragraph (2), the number of violations that involved traveling straight through the intersection, turning right, and turning left.

(4) The number and percentage of citations that are dismissed by the court.

(5) The number of traffic collisions at each intersection that occurred prior to, and after the installation of, the automated traffic enforcement system.

Reports for Calendar Year 2013

On Aug. 12, 2014 RedFlex sent 38 reports to the Judicial Council.  Those reports covered those RedFlex clients whose programs were active throughout 2013 but did not cover the clients whose programs closed during 2013.

While ATS and Xerox did not file 21455.5(i) reports for any of their clients for 2013, has used information from other sources so that those companies' clients could be included in a 2013 annual analysis.

Reports for Calendar Year 2014

As of July 31, 2015 we had received most cities' reports for 2014.  They have been tabulated in an 2014 annual analysis, which will be updated if more reports come in.

Reports for Calendar Year 2015

As of Oct. 17, 2016 we had received reports from 31 cities, but eleven cities (Beverly Hills, Capitola, Cathedral City, Cerritos, Covina, Daly City,
Los Angeles MTA, Millbrae, Oxnard, Ventura, and West Hollywood) had not yet filed a report.  Of the cities that filed, o
nly four of them provided
collision counts (in the reports for 2014, 23 cities provided collision counts). has written to the Judicial Council asking if it will ask for the
missing reports and missing accident information.
The annual analysis should be posted by Nov. 1.