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  1. Re: Beltronics RX65 Pro user-caught "on camera of a stationary police cruiser in PA"

    It does sound like k-band radar. I really doubt VASCAR/ENRADD or any similar device would be used on a 65-mph road.

    The officer is also correct in saying that a 3111a ($111 total fine) is the...
  2. Re: Beltronics RX65 Pro user-caught "on camera of a stationary police cruiser in PA"

    K-band is still widely used in Pennsylvania.
  3. Re: Beltronics RX65 Pro user-caught "on camera of a stationary police cruiser in PA"

    Did you receive a citation? If so, box 25 should have checkboxes that list different speed timing devices. Which one is checked?

    ENRADD, VASCAR, and any other speed timing device that a...
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    Re: Laser hit in PA???

    They may...what may also drive you crazy is when a Trooper is running radar basically right next to a drone, and he does not even know it... :) Or maybe he does...
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    Re: Laser hit in PA???

    It's definitely not law enforcement, at least not a police officer doing enforcement, I can assure you of that.

    I cannot tell you that there are NO LIDAR guns in use in Pennsylvania by police, but...
  6. Re: I believe the officer was lying about having radar on

    Barberton v. Jenney affirmed that an unaided, visual estimate of speed is permitted as the only evidence of a speed violation so long as the officer is properly certified and trained in visual...
  7. Re: I believe the officer was lying about having radar on

    Wow...there's so many assumptions in that post, I don't even know where to begin.

    Never count on the officer not appearing in court. Sure, it could happen, but never count on that. Never count...
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    Re: Licence plate cover

    People use license plate covers for a variety of reasons, most of which are not legal. I often hear people say "oh, it keeps the plate clean and undamaged" or "it makes the plate blend in with the...
  9. Re: Anyone know the top speed of new charger police cars?

    V6 or V8?

    The 2012 V6 goes up to about 142 mph...the 2012 V8 goes up to about 155 mph. Speedometer usually maxes out at either 160 or 180, but the top tested speeds are the ones I listed. The...
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    Re: PA State Police - New Radar Units?

    I will see what I can find out.

    I can say for sure that there are no statutory limitations on the distance between speed timing lines for road timing. I do not think that it would be any...
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    Re: PA State Police - New Radar Units?

    I've never seen that before either, but I rarely deal with aerial speed enforcement... it's almost all on the road around here, where those guidelines definitely do not apply. :)

    Thanks for the...
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    Re: PA State Police - New Radar Units?

    It's more likely that thick VASCAR lines would be for aerial speed enforcement, for obvious reasons... as far as the jersey barrier, a lot of the lines around here are painted up onto the curbs and...
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    Re: PA State Police - New Radar Units?

    The lines were way less than 3/10 mile apart, plus that section of 222 is the one rebuilt a few years ago from 3 lane at grade roadway to 4 lane divided highway. It is too curvy and hilly for...
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    Re: PA State Police - New Radar Units?

    If he was on the on-ramp and there were VASCAR lines nearby, there's a bigger chance that there was an airplane or helicopter overhead, than anything else. Usually when aircraft speed enforcement is...
  15. Re: Speeding Tickets: How A Swedish Man Received A Million Dollar Speeding Fine

    That, and what kind of police car could really catch up to a car going 242 mph? Once they're loaded, most of today's police cars really can't go beyond 120mph, if that... that may change in the near...
  16. Re: Hi from Pennsylvania - PLEASE recommend a RADAR DETECTOR

    I've always heard Valentine 1 for Pennsylvania as well... not going to be the cheapest, but it will likely be the best to suit your needs.

    Are you from eastern PA or western PA? Or right in the...
  17. States Limiting Their Use of Planes for Speed Enforcement

    http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5ixz27fyA1yP7Jts_AA4cYqJJwVyA?docId=297ce5b5b32d4f18944247eba4ae3d22

    Long story short:

    PA is still using aircraft for speed enforcement a few...
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    Re: Starting ALPR Coiuntermeasures Project

    A little bit? lol

    I don't really wanna get off of the initial subject, but... License plates are owned by the government, not by an individual person. Therefore, the government can track their...
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    Re: Starting ALPR Coiuntermeasures Project

    It may jam the light heads illuminating the camera system, but shouldn't jam the camera itself. So from a long distance the ALPR system may not be able to read a plate, but from a short distance...
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    Re: PA State Police - New Radar Units?

    Are you sure the unmarked vehicles were PSP cars? I know that the state does have a lot of pickup trucks in use for park rangers, dog law enforcement, fish and game wardens, etc. but I've honestly...
  21. Thread: Laser only

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    Re: Laser only

    This is very true. Also, I don't think that LIDAR will be dropping greatly in price anytime soon...while many radar units are the same price as a new LIDAR units, police departments can still pick...
  22. Re: Appeal speeding ticket decision. is it worth it? (state - PA)

    The calibration certificate should mention the make and model of the speed timing device, which would verify whether or not it is permissible for use in Pennsylvania. While I guess it is possible...
  23. Re: City limits can't save you, troopers can still pull you over

    I've always found this to be the case as well... I'm surprised that a lot of people don't realize that a statewide officer would have statewide jurisdiction, lol.
  24. Re: Dallas County - Red Light Cameras being installed on school busses

    I support this move. Most stop arm violations aren't people who just make a mistake and pass the bus right after the bus stops... probably 90 percent of the violations I see are people who know the...
  25. Re: PA - Could Regional Police Departments Take Over for State Police?

    Interesting article but it has a lot of info in it that really doesn't apply to Pennsylvania, although it may work in other states. For example speed cameras are not approved for Pennsylvania and I...
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