Call for refunds after speed cam botch-up

Bosses promise to refund any invalid speeding fines

Hand-held speed cameras need to be calibrated and tested before use to ensure they accurately record speed and distance. Photo / Ron Burgin
Hand-held speed cameras need to be calibrated and tested before use to ensure they accurately record speed and distance. Photo / Ron Burgin

Traffic lawyer Steve Cullen is insisting police refund speeding tickets issued on botched up speed cameras.

Three officers have been disciplined and several others are accused of failing to record how and when handheld speed cameras were calibrated.

The situation throws doubt on thousands of tickets issued by Waitemata Police in Auckland, over a three-month period last year.

- NZME.

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