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Paul Bailey, R-Sparta, this year in sponsoring a bill, HB2510, that requires all citations resulting from a traffic camera video to include this notice:"Nonpayment of this (citation) cannot adversely affect your credit score or report, driver's license, and/or automobile insurance rates."The bill passed unanimously in the Senate and by a 92-2 vote in the House. Drivers accumulating enough points can face extra penalties, including suspension of a license.
Rausch, the current president of the Tennessee Association of Chiefs of Police, voiced concern about the bill when it was pending in the Legislature earlier this year.
Burning a citation or throwing it away is an emotional response that may feel good, but it does not make the violation and accountability go away," Rausch said.
He holds a bachelor's degree in journalism from the University of Memphis and an associate degree in computer information systems from the State Technical Institute at Memphis. Holt contends the companies operating traffic cameras under contract with Tennessee cities are themselves violating a provision of state law that says only a commissioned law enforcement officer can review video or photos of drivers running red lights or speeding to determine whether any violation occurs.The lawmaker says the two leading companies in contracting for traffic cameras in Tennessee — Red Flex Holdings Inc., headquartered in Australia, and American Traffic Solutions Inc., based in Arizona — openly promote their practice of having company personnel review the tapes before passing on suspected violations for police officer review."How can the millions of dollars in traffic camera citations that have been issued in the state of Tennessee be valid if the law was clearly broken to issue them in the first place? The legislator said traffic camera companies and city police departments have been using "coercion and false legal threats" to prod violators into paying the tickets and the bill was intended to stop such things.Darrell De Busk, spokesman for the Knoxville Police Department, said Rausch has seen the Holt video.The chief was unavailable for an interview Thursday, but wrote in the email:"I am hopeful that Rep.