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(Government Technology)   CHP officers to use electronic citation devices to issue tickets, inform you you're a homo   (govtech.com) divider line 45
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2011-08-01 12:43:31 PM
i227.photobucket.com
 
2011-08-01 12:43:46 PM
I can see this getting out of hand:

"itt: i give you a speeding ticket lol you rooty poot candy a44"
 
2011-08-01 12:45:10 PM
Friggin' CHP.

/Once gave me a ticket for going 75 in a 70 on I-5.
 
2011-08-01 12:45:17 PM
Excellent. Making police bullying more efficient will save the CHP a mint.
 
2011-08-01 12:46:27 PM
TFA: "The CHP received a $2.4 million grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety to complete the pilot in the three counties...If the CHP eventually opts for a statewide rollout, it would cost another $22 million..."


The state is BROKE, Jerry. Why are we blowing money on shiat like this?
 
2011-08-01 12:46:34 PM
What scares me is the fact they think this is going "High Tech".

/What's next? A World Wide Computer thingy we can all use?
 
2011-08-01 12:48:29 PM
CSB:

I got a speeding ticket a few years ago, but the thing never made it to the courts. I kept checking for it online, but it never showed up. After 6 months, I was able to have an administrative law judge dismiss the ticket.

I guess that's not going to happen anymore with the electronic tickets.
 
2011-08-01 12:50:46 PM
I like this one better

s.myniceprofile.com
 
2011-08-01 12:51:34 PM
On Sept. 30, the CHP will begin a six-month test of 400 Motorola devices running Advanced Public Safety Advanced Revenue Gathering software.

There, ftfy, Motorola.


If the CHP eventually opts for a statewide rollout, it would cost another $22 million - funds California hasn't secured yet.

But it probably will by amending their stupid Uniform Bail and Penalty schedule to bilk even more out of the motoring public.


The only possible benefit that I could see for motorists in this is a shortening of the insane amount of time one has to sit at the side of the road to wait for the officer to fill out a paper ticket. On the flip side, a ticket-happy cop will be back on his bike sooner and able to pull more motorists over so... questionable benefit there.
 
2011-08-01 12:51:51 PM

spmkk: TFA: "The CHP received a $2.4 million grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety to complete the pilot in the three counties...If the CHP eventually opts for a statewide rollout, it would cost another $22 million..."


The state is BROKE, Jerry. Why are we blowing money on shiat like this?


Wait wait wait, to generate future revenues, you have to incur setup costs first? You don't say...
 
2011-08-01 12:53:12 PM
www.mojoimage.com
 
2011-08-01 12:59:19 PM
The mobile devices planned for the e-ticketing pilot include a thumb-print scanner, magnetic stripe reader, camera and a Windows operation system. In some cases, officers would use the camera and thumb-print scanner for identification verification.

This is the only problem I have with the system.
 
2011-08-01 01:01:15 PM
It runs on windows, so it won't work anyways.
 
2011-08-01 01:02:02 PM
You can digitally sign here. It's not an admission of guilt but it does show you acknowledge the violation. OR you can help me clear this level of Angry Birds and the violation will go away.
 
2011-08-01 01:05:05 PM
they have something quite similar to this in my little town of 10,000. (there are also red light cameras at 3 of the 5 lights in town though, too.) Doesn't seem as much "get with the times" as much as it is "squeeze every drop out of this stone"
 
2011-08-01 01:05:29 PM
Most definitely done in one.....
 
2011-08-01 01:07:52 PM

destrip: The only possible benefit that I could see for motorists in this is a shortening of the insane amount of time one has to sit at the side of the road to wait for the officer to fill out a paper ticket. On the flip side, a ticket-happy cop will be back on his bike sooner and able to pull more motorists over so... questionable benefit there.


Oh, it's beautiful. Irvine, TX has a similar system. Two motorcycle cops sit on a frontage road with no speed limit sign and nail people accelerating to get onto the freeway, since the ramp is only about a hundred feet long before you're dumped into 70 mph traffic. They pull you over, swipe your driver's license, a ticket spits out on the little thermal printer in their saddlebag 90 seconds later, and you're $185 poorer. Before you can get your license back in your wallet, they've mounted up and nailed two more cars.
 
2011-08-01 01:08:31 PM
I though that they already had SCMODS.

/fix the cigarette lighter
 
2011-08-01 01:12:43 PM
Like this?
farm3.static.flickr.com
 
2011-08-01 01:12:44 PM
www.starstills.com

Suspect is gay. Repeat...suspect IS GAY!
 
2011-08-01 01:13:35 PM

DigitalCoffee: I though that they already had SCMODS.

/fix the cigarette lighter


That would be Illinois.
 
2011-08-01 01:16:58 PM
Soon a hacker with a grudge will get you an electronic ticket without your even leaving your mom's basement. And with more than the top two violations.

But, fear not, someone in this picture will determine the digital thumbprint actually comes from someone named "Test."

i82.photobucket.com
 
2011-08-01 01:17:53 PM
Leaves more time to get to skateboard park / roller disco / charity ball game / go-kart track after your shift.
 
2011-08-01 01:18:05 PM
Hey, a lot of people don't know how to use the seashells.
 
2011-08-01 01:18:46 PM

spmkk: TFA: "The CHP received a $2.4 million grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety to complete the pilot in the three counties...If the CHP eventually opts for a statewide rollout, it would cost another $22 million..."


The state is BROKE, Jerry. Why are we blowing money on shiat like this?


Revenue generated, dear.
 
2011-08-01 01:21:28 PM
windows os? hahahaha
 
2011-08-01 01:26:39 PM

Mark Ratner: I like this one better

[s.myniceprofile.com image 279x394]


So you like that one better huh? So when you read that caption, you can almost feel him peering into your soul, can't you?

/NTTAWWT
 
2011-08-01 01:34:28 PM
Nice system. And so new too. I got one over three years ago on I-45 going from Houston to Galveston. Exact same model pictured in the article. The good news was it only took him five minutes to issue the citation verses the usual 20 minutes.
 
2011-08-01 01:47:03 PM
i628.photobucket.com

What could possibly go wrong?
 
2011-08-01 01:47:06 PM

jxb465: Mark Ratner: I like this one better

[s.myniceprofile.com image 279x394]

So you like that one better huh? So when you read that caption, you can almost feel him peering into your soul, can't you?

/NTTAWWT


It's because he's not wearing a shirt and the writing is very colorful...wait, maybe I am gay....aaaarrrgggghhhh!....nttawwt
 
2011-08-01 01:57:52 PM
I really believe that people should have a tattoo bar code on their arm. That way, you don't have to carry identification. hand held scanners can scan the bar code and all your info comes up. A universal 19 digit number unique to the person can link into a central database accessable all over the world and it can identify everyone...country of origin, year born, ethnic code, hospital born religion code and surname ID number.ie: Smith would be 10001, Jones could be 12923, etc.
 
2011-08-01 02:13:02 PM

Frizbone: I really believe that people should have a tattoo bar code on their arm. That way, you don't have to carry identification. hand held scanners can scan the bar code and all your info comes up. A universal 19 digit number unique to the person can link into a central database accessable all over the world and it can identify everyone...country of origin, year born, ethnic code, hospital born religion code and surname ID number.ie: Smith would be 10001, Jones could be 12923, etc.


It's coming... without a doubt
 
2011-08-01 02:41:33 PM

Frizbone: I really believe that people should have a tattoo bar code on their arm. That way, you don't have to carry identification. hand held scanners can scan the bar code and all your info comes up. A universal 19 digit number unique to the person can link into a central database accessable all over the world and it can identify everyone...country of origin, year born, ethnic code, hospital born religion code and surname ID number.ie: Smith would be 10001, Jones could be 12923, etc.



"Symbolized bar code, quick ID. Oh yeah!"

/I'm a 21st century digital boy
 
2011-08-01 02:51:29 PM

msirois: It runs on windows, so it won't work anyways.


fark you and all of your kind

//mac users unix nerds
 
2011-08-01 03:00:21 PM

The_Sponge: Friggin' CHP.

/Once gave me a ticket for going 75 in a 70 on I-5.


What's the problem, as a independent party. You were speeding, yes if I would've seen you. I'd point and laugh.
 
2011-08-01 03:00:40 PM

msirois: Frizbone: I really believe that people should have a tattoo bar code on their arm. That way, you don't have to carry identification. hand held scanners can scan the bar code and all your info comes up. A universal 19 digit number unique to the person can link into a central database accessable all over the world and it can identify everyone...country of origin, year born, ethnic code, hospital born religion code and surname ID number.ie: Smith would be 10001, Jones could be 12923, etc.

It's coming... without a doubt


I'm Not Sure
 
2011-08-01 03:34:30 PM
Heck, this was talked about YEARS ago, when they introduced the mag strip on the back of the licesnes. suprised it took so long.... CHP SUCKS, and so thoese their enablers Ca office of traffic $afety.. Get rid of both, and the state deficit will go away.. I mean, do we really need a bunch of armed meter maids, (retire at 55 at their highest paid year, most make 100,000/yr) low risk job anyhow.......
 
2011-08-01 03:39:32 PM
Failure to scoop... awwwwwww yeah.
 
2011-08-01 04:23:16 PM
I'm sad it took nearly 4 minutes for someone to post the Estrada pic.
 
2011-08-01 05:53:44 PM
Yeah, driving in California has always been an E-ticket ride.
 
2011-08-01 05:55:21 PM
Already using these in the City of Reno, NV. Sadly, I had the "electronic ticket" experience first hand a couple of weeks ago.
 
2011-08-01 08:18:00 PM

Duke_leto_Atredes: msirois: It runs on windows, so it won't work anyways.

fark you and all of your kind

//mac users unix nerds


www.perturb.org

Go reboot and get off my lawn.
 
2011-08-01 09:38:21 PM

Frizbone: I really believe that people should have a tattoo bar code on their arm. That way, you don't have to carry identification. hand held scanners can scan the bar code and all your info comes up. A universal 19 digit number unique to the person can link into a central database accessable all over the world and it can identify everyone...country of origin, year born, ethnic code, hospital born religion code and surname ID number.ie: Smith would be 10001, Jones could be 12923, etc.


The only drawback to your ingenious plan I can think of is if it might be possible to duplicate this bar code, or modify it in some way. As long as that technology doesn't exist, it should be flawless.
 
2011-08-01 10:45:04 PM
Lulzsec, paging lulzsec, we have one last job for you guys before retirement...

/ideologically it's right up their alley
 
2011-08-02 02:12:14 AM

Lawn Maintenance Professional: msirois: Frizbone: I really believe that people should have a tattoo bar code on their arm. That way, you don't have to carry identification. hand held scanners can scan the bar code and all your info comes up. A universal 19 digit number unique to the person can link into a central database accessable all over the world and it can identify everyone...country of origin, year born, ethnic code, hospital born religion code and surname ID number.ie: Smith would be 10001, Jones could be 12923, etc.

It's coming... without a doubt

I'm Not Sure


UNSCANNABLE!!!!!
 
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