Gwinnett May Have To Holster Radar Guns
I'm sure the "legal dispute" will be resolved before the end of the year. But, one can dream, no?
LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. (AP) - Gwinnett County police may not have the authority
to use their radar guns and laser detectors next year because of an ongoing legal
The Georgia Department of Public Safety sent county officials a letter this month
warning them they could lose the rights to use speed detection devices.
State officials say they must come up with a new agreement guiding how the county
and its cities deliver services. The county has been in mediation over the agreement
since the last one expired.
Department of Public Safety spokesman Gordy Wright said the permits for Gwinnett
and six cities within the county’s limits expire Dec. 31. He said the warning letter was
a “heads up.”