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Docs Set # 1
Ticket Counts

City Data, 2001 - 2004


On Nov. 29, 2004 I received the following table from the City, covering one year.




City Data, 2001 - 2004:  Violations Recorded (some months), Citations Issued, and Citations Paid

On Dec. 8, 2004 the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department sent me month-by-month ticket counts for each camera.  That data is displayed in the table below.

New 12-11-04

Cam #
3613
3614
3623
3632
3634
3643
3651
3652
3653
3654
3663
3664
3672
3674
3676






City's
System
Provided
by
ACS
Fair
Oaks
EB@
Howe
Fair
Oaks
WB@
Howe
El
Camino
EB@
Ever-
green
Arden
SB@
Expo-
sition
Mack
WB@
Valley
Hi

Left
Mack
EB@
Center
Pkwy
30th
NB@
Capital
Howe
SB@
Fair
Oaks

Left
"J"
EB@
Alha-
mbra
Broad-
way
WB@
21st
Fair
Oaks
EB@
Howe

Left
"W"
WB@
16th
Howe
SB@
Col-
lege
Town
Hwy
50
exit
WB@
16th
Power
Inn
SB@
Folsom

Left?


[3]
Total
Cites
Issued
as %
of
Recorded
Total
Re-
corded/
Issued


[1]
Paid
Cita-
tions
Aug01





















Sep01
[5]




















Oct01
[5]

















1519

Nov01
[5]

















1402

Dec01
[5]

















1387

2001


















59.1%
4308

Jan02
[5]

















403

Feb02
[5]

















526

Mar02
[5]

















664

Apr02
[5]

















209

May02
[5]

















0

Jun02
[5]

















0

Jul02
[5]

















0

Aug02
[5]

















0

Sep02
[5]

















0

Oct02
0

19
0
0
0
0
10
46
38
9
11
0
8
0




141

Nov02
2

60
0
0
11
0
58
0
95
19
19
0
24
0




288

Dec02
2

80
0
3
19
0
84
92
12
20
27
0
33
0




372

2002


















11.6%
2603

Jan03
1

56

7
20

66
56

15
37

22





280

Feb03
2

103

10
19

87
61

21
20

13





336

Mar03
1

121

13
17

90
115

25
30

22





434

Apr03
2

106

11
24

65
108

26
23

34





399

May03
2
3
92
8
12
31

61
87

31
20

50





397

Jun03
1

74
0
4
23

26
100

24
21

63





336

Jul03
0

66
0
3
22

52
105

15
29

53





345
0
Aug03
2

78
5
8
20

49
88

30
21

31





332
28
Sep03
0
0
150
3
30
22

87
105
6
48
30

37





518
209
Oct03


153
4
23
16

59
136
38
64
31

67





591
307
Nov03


124
5
16
16

49
78
50
30
23

37





428
172
Dec03

0
111
0
19
12

63
99
50
25
8

38
24




449
170
2003


















23.8%
4834

Cam #
3613
3614
3623
3632
3634
3643
3651
3652
3653
3654
3663
3664
3672
3674
3676






Jan04

0
97

28
8

23
106
47
18
8

13
5




353
163
Feb04


115

16
17

54
138
39
34
32

50
56




551
291
Mar04


61

12
14

14
107
35
31
13

25
34




346
159
Apr04


156

32
20

61
118
60
26
49

60
168




750
335
May04


86

9
10

31
122
35
16
10

17
82




418
288
Jun04


167

21
23

62
175
77
29
32

67
160




813
499
Jul04


125

24
16

48
123
47
23
7

60
92




565
337
Aug04


173

33
27

64
148
56
35
16

68
157




777
446
Sep04


150

15
13

46
130
32
33
12

39
106




576
280
Oct04


128

18
8

90
130
72
32
17

53
117




665
176
Nov04





















Dec04





















2004
YTD
[2]


















28.7%
5814


This table made by highwayrobbery.net, using official monthly tabulations of citations actually issued.
[  ] indicates a footnote.
[1]  Totals are as provided by the sheriff.
[2]  .
[3]  Un-used columns were to allow for later expansion of the system.
[4]  Figures in red type are "raw" violations recorded by the cameras, and have been posted only for selected months, due to time limitations.  If there is sufficient public interest, the remaining months will be posted.  The figures in black type are citations issued.
[5]  Data has been requested but has not yet been received.



County Data, 2001 - 2004

On Oct. 25, 2004 I received the following small table from the County, covering one year.



On Nov. 29, 2004 I received the following camera-by-camera table from the County, covering 3-1/2 years.



County, 2001 - 2004:  Violations Recorded (some months), Citations Issued, Citations Paid

On Dec. 8, 2004 the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department sent me month-by-month ticket counts for each camera.  That data is displayed in the table below.

New 12-11-04

Cam #
4015
4025
4028
4029
4038
4048
4058
4067
4077












County's
System
Provided
by
ACS
Howe
NB@
Hurley




Left
Watt
NB@
Fair
Oaks



Left
Fair
Oaks
WB@
Watt
out-
side
lane
Left
Fair
Oaks
WB@
Watt
in-
side
lane
Left
Florin
WB@
Frank-
lin



Left
Florin
WB@
East
Pkwy



Left
47th
WB@
MLK




Left
Arden
EB@
Watt




Left
Mad-
ison
EB@
Sun-
rise


Left








[3]
Total
Cites
Issued
as %
of
Record-
ed
Total
Record-
ed/
Issued


[1]
Cita-
tions
Paid
Mar01





















Apr01
[5]

















67

May01
[5]

















141

Jun01
[5]

















376
64
Jul01
[5]

















1071
175
Aug01
[5]

















931
454
Sep01
[5]

















767
537
Oct01
[5]

















1016
542
Nov01
143
201
93
142
156
86
170












991
403
Dec01
129
180
58
117
15
80
156












870
382
2001


















44.6%
6230

Jan02
80
76
46
69
46
34
87












438
445
Feb02
84
116
41
99
40
50
97












527
312
Mar02
72
108
38
90
48
50
76












482
331
Apr02
21
23
12
37
14
12
49












168
401
May02
0
0
0
0
0
0
0












0
74
Jun02
[5]


















275
36
Jul02
[5]

















591
32
Aug02
[5]

















584
58
Sep02
[5]

















446
641
Oct02
131
13
30
40
69
62
119












464
384
Nov02
95
11
28
31
42
63
101












371
255
Dec02
110
13
23
35
28
77
72












358
227
2002


















24.7%
4704

Jan03
91
15
23
31
39
54
73












326
305
Feb03
101
9
25
38
35
65
97












370
285
Mar03
93
20
30
37
62
52
106












400
217
Apr03
65
6
17
35
59
46
62












290
333
May03
69
15
35
32
45
32
75












303
192
Jun03
76
14
40
38
71
31
82












352
321
Jul03
87
34
48
53
98
60
58












438
293
Aug03
121
21
37
49
109
43
56












436
220
Sep03
[5]


















489
200
Oct03
103
23
39
59
73
145
75
53
64










634
347
Nov03
69
19
37
31
59
56
61
49
41










422
226
Dec03
74
22
31
36
83
60
42
73
68










489
195
2003


















27.3%
4949

Jan04
64
34
25
40
58
62
45
40
28










396
194
Feb04
53
20
8
25
52
47
64
28
49










346
167
Mar04
65
39
49
30
80
46
86
42
54










491
217
Apr04
57
21
29
27
50
48
42
36
49










359
185
May04
84
39
38
44
80
80
55
38
54










512
344
Jun04
83
25
27
43
42
55
24
38
21










358
244
Jul04
99
35
30
50
84
58
42
88
52










538
294
Aug04
106
23
23
30
93
29
64
75
36










479
315
Sep04
113
30
39
43
115
91
75
89
24










619
298
Oct04
97
33
26
29
73
57
48
29
62










454
113
Nov04





















Dec04





















2004






















This table made by highwayrobbery.net, using official monthly tabulations of citations actually issued.
[  ] indicates a footnote.
[1]  Totals are as provided by the County.
[2]  Annual total, or annual projection, is by highwayrobbery.net.
[3]  Un-used columns are to allow for later expansion of County's system.
[4]  Figures in red type are "raw" violations recorded by the cameras, and have been posted only for selected months, due to time limitations.  If there is sufficient public interest, the remaining months will be posted.  The figures in black type are citations issued.
[5]  Data has been requested but has not yet been received.




Data for City/County Combined System, 2009 and After

Total Violations, Notices Printed [4]

New 12-2-10, updated 10-29-16


Cam #
16WS
47ML
ARCH
ARWA
AUGA BR21
CA99
ECEA
ECEV
ELDJ
FLEA
FLFR
FLLI
FOHO
FOWA
HOFL
HOFO
HOHU
ISFI
JSAL
MACE
MACY
MADA
MASU
MAVH
WAFO


City/County
System
Provided
by
RedFlex
16th
&
W
47th
&
MLK
Arden
&
Chal-
lenge
Arden
&
Watt

[11]
Au-
burn
&
Gar-
field
Broad-
way
&
21st

Cal-
vine
&
99
East-
ern
&
El
Cam-
ino
El
Cam-
ino
&
Ever-
green
Elk-
horn
&
Don Julio
Florin
&
East
Pkwy
Florin
&
Frank-
lin
Florin
&
Lin-
dale
Fair
Oaks
&
Howe
(also
see
HOFO)
Fair
Oaks
&
Watt
(also
see
WAFO)
Howe
&
Fol-
som
Howe
&
Fair
Oaks
(also
see
FOHO)
Howe
&
Hur-
ley
I
St.
&
5th
J
&
Al
ham-
bra
Mack
&
Center
Pkwy
Man-
zanita
&
Cy-
press
Mad-
ison
&
Date
Mad-
ison
&
Sun-
rise
Mack
&
Valley
Hi
Fair
Oaks
&
Watt
(also
see
FOWA)
Total
Violations
Recorded/

Notices
Printed
[1] [4]
Sub-
total:
Cameras
New in
2012
[16]
May09




























Jun09

0

0

0


0


0


0


0


0

0
0
0
0
0

Jul09

75
40

328
192

0
0


0
0


0
0


187
135
0
0

279
229


0
0

23
23
0
0
0
0
167
75
1059
694

Aug09
[5]



1174
445






















3424
1564

Sep09
[5]



1093
252






















3148
1142

Oct09

178
60

769
178

27
18


20
14


36
29


237
89
0
0

347
170


29
14

261
131
133
54
97
49
744
314
2878
1120

Nov09
[5]



359
131






















3864
1906

Dec09
[5]



407
131






















3860
1495

2009




























Jan10

95
36

333
97

231
95


565
299


556
227


103
57
32
19

242
111


273
110

248
127
60
34
616
118
443
218
3797
1548

Feb10

128
45

281
100

159
48


514
268


523
253

0
0
149
80
282
150
0
0
215
79


243
84

254
147
101
47
584
144
437
256
3870
1701

Mar10

145
64

286
80

250
107


667
322


640
270

0
0
180
95
449
108
0
0
227
106


332
134
0
0
235
140
57
25
477
119
398
226
4343
1796

Apr10

157
69

528
111

224
80


542
286

0
0
603
232

737
309
164
86
385
123
62
33
351
173


258
83
0
0
267
134
80
43
747
212
621
320
5726
2294

May10

172
45

1100
106

307
65

0
0
388
138

0
0
577
149

396
152
194
68
366
71
64
23
324
105


307
65
344
232
204
89
82
26
788
114
663
184
6276
1632

Jun10

142
10

933
30

341
17

0
0
509
45

1
0
528
33

249
15
189
15
463
30
125
16
337
28


271
19
385
69
141
18
79
7
831
25
1025
93
6549
470

Jul10

130
54

1167
215

337
124

369
149
581
284

294
115
526
194

300
81
175
86
435
171
177
84
307
123


282
82
301
151
154
80
104
63
886
190
717
283
7242
2529

Aug10

101
33

1077
179

319
111

462
92
663
300

386
195
491
163

295
74
155
83
443
147
181
68
294
82


240
37
228
120
109
63
99
49
715
124
676
266
6934
2186

Sep10

121
57
0
0
1171
243

308
126

381
49
571
321

359
200
480
158

367
114
242
134
429
156
183
69
225
94
0
0

251
73
257
105
106
45
92
46
719
166
865
370
7127
2526

Oct10

121
43
0
0
1111
239

256
82

339
49
543
265

405
207
469
159

319
80
174
65
407
127
133
36
252
99
0
0

236
68
355
144
129
67
117
54
1182
68
776
283
7324
2235

Nov10

117
34
204
49
933
177

177
51

368
60
478
248

415
224
450
182

324
113
118
41
330
107
111
38
253
104
178
81

222
62
293
148
232
133
127
72
633
165
745
240
6708
2329

Dec10

99
26
648
281
967
172

160
41

346
50
487
228

397
224
408
130

253
54
124
42
303
69
143
35
251
78
688
292

207
53
275
96
258
131
174
54
587
130
703
162
7478
2348

2010

516

1749

947


3004


2150


852
1278

1182


870

1174
520
1575
2901
23594
23594
Jan11

123
38
785
114
845
140

126
33

420
46
477
207

395
211
347
133

253
70
124
42
267
69
130
39
211
66
956
256

191
50
280
118
223
122
117
50
420
81
686
161
7376
2026

Feb11

103
28
592
69
794
139

132
37

326
31
416
185

307
184
358
127

266
81
127
56
274
76
123
28
246
90
932
281

167
31
237
106
163
80
89
39
358
101
662
209
6672
1978

Mar11
[12]

107
37
24
596
91
71
778
106
75

213
65
59

340
43
40
484
217
161

416
242
188
406
124
84

273
87
67
152
56
36
344
82
68
150
35
24
245
79
64
1031
312
261

199
38
25
264
88
71
203
81
69
91
32
23
480
119
81
736
255
200
7508
2189
1691

Apr11
[12]

105
22
18
609
86
65
858
113
89

251
84
69

396
60
52
552
205
160

335
166
125
417
96
58

260
88
66
156
49
39
333
79
62
154
38
30
285
96
75
1231
292
254

173
41
29
251
99
89
217
77
60
107
40
31
383
81
56
692
219
188
7764
2031
1615

May11
[12]

122
27
16
573
66
46
816
74
45

240
64
51

393
45
32
509
200
138

457
200
145
410
89
55
0
0
0
332
110
68
123
35
17
372
87
61
156
40
23
239
51
27
1262
327
259

186
20
11
254
72
64
202
57
48
92
26
17
484
86
45
636
188
131
7858
1864
1299

Jun11
[12]

114
37
20
601
71
44
765
70
28

273
82
58

406
49
34
542
188
140

306
143
111
385
85
48
0
0
0
243
70
37
108
39
18
334
79
46
129
32
19
340
117
62
1006
242
164

159
32
18
237
82
64
189
69
49
113
34
21
448
87
48
645
176
127
7343
1784
1156

Jul11
[12]

110
41
22
730
103
65
1047
170
83

292
104
68

415
61
43
566
241
169

315
189
140
422
118
68
92
55
53
301
115
77
118
53
28
420
130
84
114
46
27
399
131
75
848
246
191

199
46
20
233
84
68
201
85
59
246
54
33
515
97
46
610
190
117
8193
2359
1536

Aug11
[12]

126
41
26
654
96
56
1160
226
103

300
87
62

455
101
59
512
223
154

444
290
212
420
151
94
185
54
45
337
113
71
163
80
50
381
117
82
144
54
33
380
152
93
929
284
213

224
58
30
259
147
107
276
150
113
128
54
33
745
97
55
747
282
203
8969
2857
1894

Sep11
[12]

143
50
32
781
116
65
1106
174
85

308
120
79

408
68
47
505
249
167
0
0
0
390
260
185
414
153
96
149
25
23
515
161
100
177
66
47
452
116
76
152
45
32
354
122
81
763
230
156

224
63
29
248
124
97
290
140
99
577
195
140
393
100
62
700
231
154
9049
2808
1852

Oct11
[12]

137
39
13
832
94
43
1146
261
123

264
99
62

408
57
30
462
187
106
0
0
0
429
245
148
405
157
69
137
33
15
463
106
69
187
64
35
369
79
45
165
37
23
355
116
69
636
183
124

211
68
26
258
109
78
209
112
78
367
154
85
439
123
65
638
200
98
8517
2523
1404

Nov11

93
26
856
106
1008
233

151
50

351
63
421
161
2
1
381
228
353
106
190
44
372
86
131
47
464
80
125
33
331
128
751
245

221
70
278
109
136
62
417
190
423
115
612
228
8067
2411

Dec11
[12]

86
30
19
886
85
47
1074
191
83

169
54
28

434
70
43
371
150
105
144
91
83
366
223
140
339
134
56
195
67
40
296
73
51
114
38
21
373
92
61
178
37
21
256
90
49
717
237
166

212
71
38
277
94
64
193
124
99
488
207
110
454
152
69
475
192
116
8097
2502
1509

2011

302
835
1254

714

554
1993
84
2128
1042
220
880
454
856
351
941
2734

395
1099
987
793
872
2059
21527

Cam #
City/
County
16WS
ci

47ML
co
ARCH
ci
ARWA
co
AUGA
co
BR21
ci
CA99
co
ECEA
co

ECEV
ci
ELDJ
co
FLEA
co
FLFR
co
FLLI
co
FOHO
ci
FOWA
co
HOFL
ci

HOFO
ci
HOHU
co
ISFI
ci
JSAL
ci
MACE
ci
MACY
co

MADA
co
MASU
co
MAVH
ci
WAFO
co
Total
[1] [4]
Sub-
total:
Cameras
New in
2012
[16]

Jan12

318
32
746
48
779
72

132
28

303
26
265
66
133
27
284
113
338
44
126
25
200
35
119
19
253
50
103
11
263
54
622
122

162
31
249
73
205
72
414
110
443
68
476
122
6923
1248

Feb12

129
27
565
45
694
52

108
22

283
26
311
79
140
28
316
117
346
65
158
33
228
21
115
26
329
69
104
10
279
51
531
84

157
18
206
56
216
78
422
125
414
64
436
110
6487
1206

Mar12
0
0
113
23
559
44
718
48

176
29
0
0
292
23
364
99
153
32
381
131
376
37
152
28
172
15
146
38
399
84
78
8
251
38
635
106
0
0
179
24
252
64
263
57
487
109
434
59
561
110
7144
1206

Apr12
0
0
140
24
491
33
769
49

238
49
0
0
283
24
437
107
145
18
405
135
334
40
217
38
155
19
157
32
382
68
113
10
273
57
568
76
111
64
168
17
219
58
218
63
443
91
400
39
599
125
7265
1236

May12
30
16
133
35
546
71
756
55

266
55
583
481
316
32
462
139
117
18
431
137
354
78
197
24
179
18
169
32
512
100
87
14
266
68
803
107
380
209
179
19
245
68
146
29
543
124
419
45
633
183
8752
2153

Jun12
302
193
128
22
539
39
671
32
0
0
241
56
318
144
271
24
398
101
131
19
407
125
326
55
188
26
165
18
117
25
487
84
101
13
256
53
790
124
346
73
170
13
259
90
214
48
417
79
428
45
582
138
8252
1639

Jul12
313
96
121
19
574
35
833
38
0
0
272
53
442
173
280
10
4476
98
168
20
409
101
346
51
218
35
154
10
120
18
491
75
108
16
315
69
1318
92
337
62
202
9
255
66
186
41
396
76
400
25
537
101
9271
1389

Aug12
327
79
127
20
512
23
739
26
38
0
255
35
453
161
422
25
488
84
165
32
291
64
441
52
225
24
200
12
146
29
527
74
75
8
338
61
803
95
413
74
207
18
234
52
199
54
325
48
450
38
634
85
9034
1273

Sep12
347
120
153
15
524
30
718
43
54
15
261
35
441
187
342
26
476
122
142
29
265
103
377
42
193
45
225
13
176
42
402
66
105
10
398
95
741
105
341
71
191
16
256
82
212
57
379
102
379
29
527
92
8625
1592

Oct12
376
177
111
17
674
58
756
88
67
18
235
43
423
195
294
29
376
121
143
28
262
119
494
89
148
33
248
49
172
44
269
43
132
28
375
112
689
142
384
102
174
28
280
97
256
82
362
119
421
63
595
150
8716
2075

Nov12
116
31
115
20
545
60
201
23
34
3
147
33
331
166
318
28
337
101
116
28
302
117
584
116
126
21
217
26
147
27
247
68
106
22
391
85
646
150
286
55
179
31
193
53
207
71
341
100
393
48
581
111
7206
1594

Dec12
79
19
103
13
624
53
221
30
29
3
128
18
258
80
325
26
331
107
189
47
315
118
404
55
149
19
130
17
107
18
296
55
106
22
301
69
675
158
292
53
151
17
248
66
210
69
616
79
362
39
548
95
7197
1345

2012
731
267
539
556
39
456
1587
299
1224
326
1380
724
351
253
350
836
172
812
1361
763
241
825
721
1162
562
1422
17956
3446
Jan13
94
32
112
27
521
39
250
34
31
4
147
28
213
113
350
43
273
78
203
60
310
134
353
75
141
33
147
35
121
35
314
62
69
19
289
85
643
191
328
53
149
37
227
66
196
85
288
106
446
54
468
123
6683
1651

Feb13
55
18
86
20
494
74
182
29
27
4
140
35
315
158
302
51
218
57
210
55
288
136
374
75
163
38
162
29
148
51
305
88
82
16
339
80
630
160
281
46
147
38
201
68
218
81
274
93
373
42
511
140
6525
1682

Mar13
166
77
123
28
579
73
241
55
45
13
183
44
313
146
324
43
260
67
165
31
342
149
486
107
158
30
165
28
173
47
351
89
102
19
377
92
971
236
317
55
181
32
225
67
211
45
337
107
402
57
577
154
7774
1891

Apr13
233
98
120
19
548
67
243
30
26
7
187
38
321
153
312
35
283
55
138
27
326
105
460
79
225
42
213
46
184
53
367
84
155
45
319
78
957
237
300
78
158
25
214
87
230
43
264
69
480
56
587
175
7850
1831

May13
238
102
122
22
572
86
249
36
42
8
203
33
317
123

354
59
140
25
278
93
407
61
229
26
188
29
191
38
476
90
130
21
386
85
1063
270
351
76
191
29
232
64
226
66
317
69
477
49
630
177
8009
1737

Jun13
83
35
97
16
605
84
255
46
154
14
230
53
319
114

334
61
140
24
329
98
456
75
180
22
175
21
187
37
425
70
117
22
279
80
861
176
274
57
163
26
270
85
225
52
332
90
431
49
633
181
7554
1588

Jul13
85
31
110
19
667
75
286
48
180
19
235
52
308
119

274
39
136
31
264
96
469
70
216
32
163
33
153
39
458
91
143
20
358
85
888
166
299
64
230
29
218
76
227
59
357
105
440
53
578
155
7742
1606

Aug13
-
38
-
22
-
76
-
35
-
8
-
59
-
123
-
0
-
36
-
25
-
84
-
59
-
25
-
22
-
38
-
116
-
31
-
85
-
153
-
64
-
13
-
79
-
74
-
76
-
54
-
125
7784
1520

Sep13
-
56
-
28
-
62
-
38
-
16
-
58
-
154
-
0
-
46
-
39
-
125
-
84
-
41
-
33
-
42
-
119
-
25
-
98
-
229
-
70
-
30
-
78
-
83
-
73
-
44
-
138
7287
1809

Oct13
140
60
123
14
683
80
153
29
140
20
198
59
309
135
0
0
197
55
142
29
308
140
389
80
160
45
213
39
193
61
581
111
104
24
439
127
628
191
283
72
180
30
252
86
259
94
333
119
449
63
595
187
7451
1950

Nov13
-
163
-
20
-
73
-
46
-
13
-
40
-
130
-
0
-
46
-
39
-
142
-
72
-
25
-
31
-
45
-
103
-
17
-
98
-
218
-
70
-
28
-
63
-
85
-
85
-
66
-
171
1762
1889

Dec13
-
185
-
11
-
92
-
39
-
10
-
34
-
124
-
11
-
43
-
36
-
127
-
78
-
28
-
28
-
31
-
85
-
23
-
113
-
285
-
67
-
35
-
104
-
92
-
95
-
57
-
123
7079
1956

2013
[2]
895
246
881
465.
136.
533.
1592
183
642
421
1429
915
387
374
517
1108
282
1106
2512
772
352
923
859
1087
644
1849
21110
3816
2013
RTOR
(11 mos.)
[13]
0
0
473
319
0
178
0
145
(6
mos.)
90
95
201
326
112
183
6
0
0
317
162
357
195
582
65
722
43
1493
6452

2013
LTOR
(5 mos.)
[14]
142
55
9
34
5
21
0
0
0
4
0
171
?
42
176
281
31
242
0
0
6
0
3
45
33
20
1320

Jan14


























6818
1777

Feb14


























6673
1672

Mar14
313
106
131
26
553
53
226
23
181
4
155
30
284
96
160
21
258
65
131
28
338
133
442
69
133
27
175
29
265
51
482
63
110
21
362
97
641
190
286
81
168
33
219
77
217
70
310
97
365
67
500
112
7405
1669

Apr14


























7204
1399

May14


























7786
1469

Jun14
321
101
109
13
567
57
212
24
88
5
275
59
283
78
157
26
285
62
141
25
238
64
307
47
168
25
127
11
214
33
271
46
112
15
392
83
572
94
332
39
159
22
246
56
203
46
281
55
274
34
599
171
6933
1291

Jul14
[15]


























6857
1594

Aug14


























7796
1547

Sep14


























7379
1806

Oct14
339
123
159
43
650
82
245
52
2
0
195
50
332
131
134
27
240
74
127
31
271
108
451
85
182
40
255
47
253
44
335
66
101
24
449
126
638
227
358
34
535
65
240
100
267
107
368
94
388
71
571
179
8085
2030

Nov14


























7356
1853

Dec14


























7296
1874

2014
[1]
1029
307
803
387
63
508
1366
273
800
318
1169
934
358
398
553
875
227
1187
2206
623
417
938
911
938
690
1703
87608
19981
3399
Cam #
City/
County
16WS
ci

47ML
co
ARCH
ci
ARWA
co
AUGA
co
BR21
ci
CA99
co
ECEA
co

ECEV
ci
ELDJ
co
FLEA
co
FLFR
co
FLLI
co
FOHO
ci
FOWA
co
HOFL
ci

HOFO
ci
HOHU
co
ISFI
ci
JSAL
ci
MACE
ci
MACY
co

MADA
co
MASU
co
MAVH
ci
WAFO
co


Jan15


























6915
1692

Feb15


























6854
1850

Mar15
405
118
161
50
633
96
184
44
0
0
234
51
294
151
171
33
441
141
159
47
448
181
535
111
122
28
194
32
288
84
353
92
66
13
389
104
443
109
298
53
485
57
186
84
217
87
304
75
456
77
335
101
7801
2019

Apr15
310
126
150
40
690
106
214
38
0
0
234
57
284
134
133
24
472
140
182
43
420
131
516
114
188
38
196
32
240
61
326
73
108
25
451
117
393
82
341
54
508
56
154
60
197
56
261
46
494
73
360
121
7822
1847

May15
220
71
134
26
589
88
184
34
0
0
229
55
302
134
135
34
488
174
158
46
174
61
505
101
138
26
207
43
245
57
332
48
120
26
579
165
587
173
354
59
547
61
231
102
235
68
219
55
440
85
536
172
7890
1964

Jun15
128
46
119
19
565
80
196
43
0
0
214
57
283
96
84
12
539
182
124
24
199
63
558
128
167
41
147
28
257
75
360
61
105
26
514
123
431
94
376
36
480
29
242
95
241
66
278
78
446
58
521
151
7574
1711

Jul15
246
95
135
26
779
110
233
44
0
0
232
56
314
119
144
12
512
149
126
22
202
70
532
91
149
37
191
39
252
60
377
73
128
20
716
162
529
114
372
42
517
53
233
80
218
69
274
72
477
59
500
153
8388
1827

Aug15
207
64
53
12
608
125
153
27
0
0
173
36
294
108
117
10
555
175
123
27
212
67
332
58
156
29
113
35
122
17
215
47
77
12
302
76
486
110
407
49
427
33
230
97
248
69
255
70
339
59
521
186
6725
1598

Sep15
181
64
19
3
593
93
166
33
0
0
180
33
358
118
108
12
467
133
99
18
340
91
227
39
78
12
98
32
13
1
173
48
56
13
129
34
538
135
401
36
414
47
205
74
216
62
202
73
289
57
374
86
5924
1347

Oct15
263
84
16
4
626
88
133
26
0
0
189
46
356
139
105
12
462
132
108
13
182
62
198
39
125
36
130
35
17
7
153
47
72
17
161
43
459
125
385
66
485
65
228
77
240
99
228
67
270
70
517
181
6108
1580

Nov15
201
73
25
6
562
95
157
36
0
0
181
43
315
110
85
8
375
126
98
12
152
55
234
47
77
15
144
31
17
4
139
46
59
14
136
36
567
167
358
49
466
53
264
81
157
69
277
47
290
74
487
114
5823
1411

Dec15
167
58
32
7
569
97
168
40
0
0
180
34
316
84
106
4
379
82
101
11
165
46
235
26
88
16
88
17
34
7
157
35
68
14
131
22
463
115
309
50
442
47
222
61
240
90
198
11
326
57
509
152
5693
1183

2015
[2]
977
245
1142
435
0
552
1451
212
1625
345
1118
925
322
395
456
688
207
1048
1511
607
590
983
931
722
795
1747
83517
20029
3380
Jan16
153
55
148
21
671
74
185
23
0
0
166
31
307
112
106
9
424
103
125
23
146
42
375
57
111
15
138
19
225
36
205
54
90
10
234
40
400
105
324
43
398
48
228
65
242
79
243
15
452
50
496
137
6592
1266

Feb16


























6712
1401

Mar16


























8018
1500

Apr16


























7639
1504

May16


























8169
1441

Jun16


























8179
1284

Jul16


























8620
1322

Aug16
477
105
207
17
1041
114
249
39
0
0
273
62
343
103
167
12
683
178
109
16
300
91
571
76
179
31
0
0
377
62
603
104
0
0
331
61
1013
167
299
33
459
32
293
104
284
63
187
34
0
0
562
134
9007
1638

Sep16
558
94
127
91
1251
111
246
30
1
0
359
69
341
92
137
15
564
151
115
15
269
68
570
68
160
22
0
0
370
62
494
92
0
0
320
54
815
136
279
24
425
42
282
76
303
76
192
42
0
0
669
121
8847
1551

Oct16




























Nov16




























Dec16




























2016
[2]


























17205
(proj.)

Cam #
City/
County
16WS
ci

47ML
co
ARCH
ci
ARWA
co
AUGA
co
BR21
ci
CA99
co
ECEA
co

ECEV
ci
ELDJ
co
FLEA
co
FLFR
co
FLLI
co
FOHO
ci
FOWA
co
HOFL
ci

HOFO
ci
HOHU
co
ISFI
ci
JSAL
ci
MACE
ci
MACY
co

MADA
co
MASU
co
MAVH
ci
WAFO
co



[10]
16th
&
W
47th
&
MLK
Arden
&
Chal-
lenge
Arden
&
Watt

[11]
Au-
burn
&
Gar-
field
Broad-
way
&
21st
Cal-
vine
&
99
East-
ern
&
El
Cam-
ino
El
Cam-
ino
&
Ever-
green
Elk-
horn
&
Don Julio
Florin
&
East
Pkwy
Florin
&
Frank-
lin
Florin
&
Lin-
dale
Fair
Oaks
&
Howe
(also
see
HOFO)
Fair
Oaks
&
Watt
(also
see
WAFO)
Howe/
Power
Inn
&
Fol-
som
Howe
&
Fair
Oaks
(also
see
FOHO)
Howe
&
Hur-
ley
I
St.
&
5th
J
&
Al
ham-
bra
Mack
&
Center
Pkwy
Man-
zanita
&
Cy-
press
Mad-
ison
&
Date
Mad-
ison
&
Sun-
rise
Mack
&
Valley
Hi/
La
Man-
cha
Fair
Oaks
&
Watt
(also
see
FOWA)
Total
Violations
Recorded/

Notices
Printed
[1] [4]
Sub-
total:
Cameras
New in
2012
[16]
[6]
NB
16th
WB
47th
EB
Arden
EB
Arden

WB
Broad-
way
EB
Cal-
vine
EB
El
Cam-
ino
EB
El
Cam-
ino
EB
Elk-
horn
EB
Florin
WB
Florin
EB
Florin
EB
Fair
Oaks
WB
Fair
Oaks
SB
Howe
SB
Howe
NB
Howe
WB
I
EB
J
EB
Mack
SB
Man-
zanita
WB
Mad-
ison
EB
Mad-
ison
WB
Mack
NB
Watt


This table made by highwayrobbery.net, using official reports provided by the sheriff under the California Public Records Act.

Official reports:  Jun09, Jul09, Aug09, Sep09, Oct09, Nov09, Dec09, Jan10, Feb10, Mar10, Apr10, May10, Jun10, Jul10, Aug10, Sep10, Oct10, Nov10, Dec10, Jan11, Feb11, Mar11, Apr11, May11, Jun11, Jul11, Aug11, Sep11, Oct11, Nov11, Dec11, 2011-Version 2, Jan12, Feb12Nov12-Jan13, Feb13, Mar12-Jul13, 2013 RTOR & LTOR, Aug13-Jul14 , Jul14-Feb15, Mar15-Jun15, Jul15-Jan16, Feb16-Sep16
[  ] indicates a footnote.
[1]  Totals are as provided by the sheriff.
[2]  Annual total, or annual projection, is by highwayrobbery.net - except for 2014 when totals were provided by the sheriff.  The 2015 projection is based upon Sept. 2014 - Feb. 2015.
[3]  Un-used columns are to allow for later expansion of the system.
[4]  Any figures in red type (or, if you are looking at this table in black and white, the upper figure when there are two or more figures in a cell) are what RedFlex calls Total Violations, or all incidents recorded by the cameras, and due to time limitations may have been posted here only for selected months or locations.  If there is sufficient public interest, the remaining months will be posted.  The figures in black type are what RedFlex calls Notices Printed, and represent the sum of genuine citations issued (those filed with the court) plus any Nominations mailed (not filed with the court, a.k.a. Snitch Tickets).
Regarding figures posted in italic type, see Set # 9, below.
[5]  Full monthly data has been received but may not have been posted, due to time constraints.  It is available at the links, above.
[6]  The direction of enforcement is from the report linked in Set # 8, below.
[7]  Includes enforcement of posted "no turn on red" signs.
[8]
  Monthly data has not been requested.
[9]  Monthly data was requested on:
[10] The title bar has been repeated solely for the convenience of the reader -
there is no difference between it and the one at the top of the table.
[11]  See info about 2011 Arden/Watt refund, in Docs Set # 7, below.
[12]  Regarding figures posted in italic type in the table above, see Set # 9, below.
[13]  RTOR = right turn tickets approved during the eleven months Jan. - Nov. 2013 (figures for partial month of Dec. have been deducted).
[14]  LTOR = left turn tickets approved during the five months Jul. - Nov. 2013 (figures for partial month of Dec. have been deducted).
[15]  The official report was run a few days before or after the end of the month, so the figures may be low.
[16]  These annual subtotals are for the five cameras first installed in 2012 and late 2011, and are by highwayrobbery.net.



Sacramento Docs Set # 2
"Late Time" Graphs

The sheriff provided bar graphs of Late Times, etcetera, for all of the cameras.
These graphs track violations recorded, not tickets issued.
Where there is a large number of long Late Time violations in a curb lane, it is believed to indicate heavy ticketing on right turns.
(The curb lane will be the lane with the highest lane number.)

Grand Terrace late times bar chart
The picture above is an example from another city.

47ML 2009
47ML 2010

ARCH 2011

ARWA 2009
ARWA 2010
ARWA 2011 Jan.
ARWA 2011 Apr.
ARWA 2011 Jun.
ARWA 2011 Jul.
ARWA 2011 Aug.
ARWA 2011 Sep.
ARWA 2011 Oct.
ARWA 2011 Nov.
ARWA 2011 Dec.

 
BR21 2009
BR21 2010

ECEA 2010

ECEV 2009
ECEV 2010

ELDJ 2011

FLEA 2010

FLFR 2009
FLFR 2010

FLLI 2011

FOHO 2010

FOWA 2009
FOWA 2010

HOFL 2010

HOFO 2010

HOHU 2009
HOHU 2010

ISFI 2011

MACE 2009
MACE 2010

MACY 2010

MADA 2009
MADA 2010

MASU 2009
MASU 2010

MAVH 2009
MAVH 2010

WAFO 2009
WAFO 2010

All cameras, 2012

All cameras, 2014

All cameras, 2015

Bar graphs are available for more than fifty other cities - see the list in the expanded version of Defect # 9.




Sacramento Docs Set # 3
The Contract, Revenue, Etc.

2008 Contract
2008 Memo of Understanding (MOU)
2010 Extension

Until late 2008 the City & County's cameras systems were provided by ACS (now Xerox/ACS), and the tickets were signed by the Highway Patrol.  Then, on Dec. 1, 2008 the Board of Supervisors signed a contract with RedFlex for a new joint system, to be operated by the County and the sheriff.

Some of the "tickets" mailed may be "Snitch Tickets," which you can ignore.  A Snitch Ticket will not have the Court's name and address on it.  For more details, see the Snitch Ticket section on the Your Ticket page.

The 2008 MOU specifies that for a ticket to be issued, the Late Time must be 0.2 secs. or greater.

The contract is "flat rate" - it does not include an illegal "cost neutrality" clause.

A table received in Apr. 2013 shows the revenue flowing from the court to the County.


Contract Re-Bid in 2013

In 2013 the County opened the program to competitive bidding, and got four bids.  The bids were scored on categories including price, capabilities and risk, and RedFlex (the current vendor) came out # 1, just ahead of ATS. ATS then submitted a formal protest of the scoring.
Staff's recommendation to award the contract to RedFlex was on the Consent Calendar for the Board of Supervisors meeting of Dec. 10, 2013. and the Board approved the award 5 - 0 despite that at their meeting of Dec. 3 the City Council continued the approval of the new MOU to its meeting of Dec. 17.

The new 2013 MOU reduces the minimum Late Time required for the issuance of a ticket to 0.1 second, from the 0.2 required under the 2008 MOU (see Attachment A to the MOUs).

ATS Protest (Nov. 22)
County Response to ATS Protest (Dec. 6)
Documents prepared for Dec. 10, 2013 Board meeting:
Recommendation by Sheriff
Proposed Contract
Method of Evaluation
The 2013 MOU (Signed)

The new contract is for a term of three years (expires 12-31-16) although, per paragraph A of the contract's Appendix B, the County can cancel at any time, with no penalty, so long as it gives 30 days notice to RedFlex.
The price is $3400 per month for each of the 26 cameras that were in operation at the time of the contract signing, and provides that if the County wishes to have RedFlex install additional cameras, the first three new cameras will be rent-free until at least 1-1-17.

In Sept. 2014 the Bee revealed that RedFlex spent thousands of Dollars on meals for the government personnel running the Sacramento camera program.  The meals were inexpensive, nothing special, but there was over 250 of them!

Late 2015 invoices showed that Sacramento was continuing to pay $3400 per camera, a total of $85,000 monthly for 25 cameras.  When the term ends in Dec. 2016, the County should negotiate to pay no more than $2000 for the thirteen cameras that then will be seven years old and no more than $4196 for the others, a total of no more than $76,352 per month; the monthly bill should be much less than that, considering the economies of scale offered by Sacramento's large camera program.   See FAQ # 17 for more information about prices.


This list of contracts and amendments may not be up-to-date - there could be a contract or amendment later than the ones listed above.




Sacramento Docs Set # 4
Info on City's Website & Elsewhere - Including "Business Rules"

There is some program info at the sheriff's website and a little bit at the website for the City's Transportation Department.

Business Rules, Jan. 2016 Revision




Sacramento Docs Set # 5
Appeals

The info in Sets # 5 - 6 is applicable throughout Sacramento County.

One defendant in Sacramento took the specific issue of the length of the left turn yellow (second part of Defect # 2) to the appellate court.  While he lost, his trial transcript and appeal brief are very interesting:   Sacramento Left Yellow Brief.

Other Sacramento defendants won their appeals.
(1)  There is an exception to the hearsay rule, for documents created by a government employee - but many of the documents the police present in court have been created by a private company's employees, who have no official duty to report accurately.  The
Bohl decision addressed the hearsay issue.
(2)  In the
Moore decision the appellate court reversed the conviction because the calibration report stated that the warranty for the calibration was only good for 30 days and the cameras in Sacramento were only calibrated once every six months. Because the red light signal was not shown on the ticket and the camera had not been calibrated in five months the appellate court ruled that the People had not met their burden of proof that the camera was working properly at the time of it recorded the violation.   Also see the Graham decision.

Shortly before he died, Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter Gary Webb wrote about Sacramento traffic court and the Bohl case.   His Nov. 25, 2004 article, "Red Light, Green Cash," is available by typing "Bohl" into the search box at:  http://www.newsreview.com/sacramento/Home .



Sacramento Docs Set # 6
Statement of Identification Required for TBD?

The info in Sets # 5 - 6 is applicable throughout Sacramento County.

The Sacramento Superior Court has been attempting to keep defendants from using a Trial by Declaration ("TBD") to raise the question of identity.  When you contact a court and request a TBD, most courts will give you, or send you, the necessary forms.  In Sacramento County, in addition to supplying the usual state-approved TBD forms (TR-205, TR-200), they have been sending out a special form that they created for their own local use.  The form asks you to admit ("stipulate") that you were the driver.


They are so helpful that they even fill-in the case and citation number for you!

When I first heard about this form (December 2006), I called the court's traffic line and asked the attendant if signing the form was required.  She said that a red light camera TBD would not even reach the courtroom if this TRL/I-16 form was not signed. 

I called the court and complained.  They took no action, so in Feb. 2007 I wrote to the presiding judge.  He defended the use of the form.  However, later on, when I phoned to follow-up, an attendant told me that signing the form was optional.

In 2009 I inquired and found that the court was still sending the form to defendants.  I wrote to the presiding judge, who did not reply.

In 2011 a defendant let me know that his Trial by Declaration filing had been returned to him, without adjudication.  On May 3, 2011 I wrote to the presiding judge:


"The Court has made it clear that signing the TRL/I-16 form is mandatory.  The Court's TRL/I-36 form (also part of the TBD packet) says, 'All forms must be completed and returned….'  Further, I am attaching, from a completed case, a copy of a TR-215 form bearing the Court's handwritten notation, 'Drop from TBD - no admission of ID' and, from the same completed case, a form entitled Notice of Non Compliance or Ineligibility bearing the typewritten notation, 'Since the red light camera statement of identification form was not signed in your written trial by declaration statement of facts the judge dropped you from the TBD calendar.'"

On June 24 the presiding judge responded:

"The court is modifying its procedures in light of the points you have raised."

The presiding judge's letter did not specify what modifications they would be making, but they have not eliminated the requirement to fill out the form.

The stipulation form would not be necessary if the sheriff were to follow the rules the City and the County spelled out in the 2013 MOU:

From 2013 MOU Sacramento City and County red
                  light cameras 
Portion of Attachment A to 2013 MOU (Memo of Understanding) between City of Sacramento and County of Sacramento. Full copy is at link in Set # 3, above.

If you encounter something similar in another county, please let me know.




Sacramento Docs Set # 7
Arden/Watt Refunds


  On Jan. 26, 2012 a News10 story revealed that following a request from the sheriff, the court had overturned the citations of 163 people who got Arden/Watt tickets between July and December 2011.

Sheriff documents received here on Feb. 27, 2012 discussed why the 163 refunds were made.

Court documents received here on Mar. 23, 2012 revealed that on Feb. 29, 2012 the sheriff asked for an additional 90 refunds to be made.

During those six months 1255 tickets were issued, versus  642 during the first six months of the year.  An extra 613 tickets.  Why was the number of refunds - a total of 253 - so much smaller?

If you got an Arden/Watt ticket between Jul. 15 and Dec. 23, 2011, please contact me.  Even if you already have paid it.

If the court or the sheriff dismissed your ticket from some other intersection, please contact me.   




Sacramento Docs Set # 8
Engineering Audit Reports (Lots of Information)


The Memo of Understanding between the City and the County requires an annual  written audit of the program.

2012 Audit

2015 Audit




Sacramento Docs Set # 9
Two Sets of Books?

The large table in Set # 1 above shows a third set of figures (in italic type) for many months during 2011.

The first, or top, two numbers (in red and black non-italic type) are from monthly reports highwayrobbery.net received in July 2011 and Jan. 2012.

In Oct. 2012 highwayrobbery.net submitted a routine update request, for monthly reports covering Dec. 2011 to Oct. 2012.  In Nov. 2012, County staff sent eleven separate pdfs.  Most of the pdf file names said 2012 but after highwayrobbery.net opened the files the reports were found to be mostly for months during 2011. (The reports are at the 2011-Version 2 link above.)  At first glance the new pdfs appeared to be useless duplicates of the 2011 reports received before, but then it was noticed that while the new reports showed the same number of incidents flashed/recorded, they showed dramatically lower numbers of tickets actually issued.  As much as 1000 fewer tickets in some months, and a total difference of about 7000 in the nine months for which  both an old and a new report was available.
(In the Table above, the new figures are in italic type.)

Highwayrobbery.net inquired about the difference and in Mar. 2013 the sheriff replied:

"The issue you brought up was identified a couple months ago.  Please see the response from Redflex to us, after our inquiry into the discrepancy.  Essentially, it was found (as you did) by accident when we inadvertently ran a second report for a past time period.  I have assured that NO ERRONEOUS CITATIONS were issued, it is only an electronic clerical problem that was resolved when the additional components were added to the report."

RedFlex' response:

 
"We have determined the following:
1. We categorize reject codes in two primary categories – Uncontrollable and Controllable
2. We start with a total number of detections
3. We end with a total number of notices printed
4. All of the rejects in both categories can be subtracted from the total detections
5. If there is not a rejection the report assumes a notice was printed
6. The first report was run for November 2011 (1/6/12) showed 8067 Detections and 2411 Notices Printed
7. The second report was run for November 2012 (2/7/13) showed 8067 Detections and 1509 Notices Printed
8. We have discovered that some rejections were inadvertently excluded from the Customer Management Report when the system was queried on 1/6/12, most notably Wrong DMV-PD.
9. A developer discovered some categories were missing from the report and made the correction sometime between the time when the first report was run and when the second
10. When those categories were added the program deducted those rejections and that is why there is two different Notice Printed totals on the two reports.
11. There was a flaw in the programming logic of the report.
12. That flaw did not result in any unauthorized citations being issued.

 We apologize for this situation."




Sacramento Docs Set # 10
Prevailing Wage Action

RedFlex' construction work in Sacramento was the subject of a
Prevailing Wage action by the California Department of Industrial Relations.




Sacramento Docs Set # 11
Mickey Mouse Tickets - Mostly Right Turns

An official report showed that in 2014, 52% of the City/County program's tickets were for turns, mostly right turns.




Sacramento Docs Set # 12
Signal Timing Charts, and Speed Surveys


Was the Yellow Long Enough? (See Defect # 2, on the Home page.)

County Signal Timing, incl. Speed Surveys
City Signal Timing (47 MB file)
City Speed Surveys



Sacramento Docs Set # 13
More Coming


There may be some more information posted in the next few weeks.  Mark your calendar to remind you to come back here and look!




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