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Lobby group urges police to fix faulty ticketing system
2012-12-30 10:59:38 | (0 Comments)
The lobby group Jamaicans United for Sustainable Development (JUSD) is urging the police to ensure that their records of outstanding traffic tickets are up-to-date.
Two policewomen ticketing motorists on the main road just outside Green Island, Hanover recently. – file photo
The call comes as the Elletson Road headquarters of the Police Traffic Division is scheduled to be opened today to allow motorists seeking to take advantage of the traffic ticket amnesty to check on outstanding tickets.
Scores of motorists have complained since the amnesty began that they are being asked to pay for tickets they have already cleared-up.
Convenor of the group Richard ‘Dickie’ Crawford says the police must ensure that they have a system in place that will enable law-abiding citizens to prove that they have paid their ticket fines.
Source: The Gleaner/Power 106 News
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