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DGC News - November 2012
DGC News - November 2012
Nov 1, 2012
What's On Our Radar!
Queensland Could Outsource Extra Speed Cameras:
Private operators could soon be operating extra speed cameras in Queensland as the government tries to cut costs and boost revenue. The government is considering outsourcing speed cameras, replacing police operators with civilian public servants or shifting the function entirely to another department, The Courier-Mail reports. It says the government is seeking to increase its revenue from speed cameras by $28 million in the next year, to $81 million. A spokesman for Police Minister Jack Dempsey confirmed several options were under consideration as part of the joint Transport and Main Roads review. Queensland is the only state where police man mobile speed cameras, usually outside of their rostered hours, resulting in hefty overtime payments. President Ian Leavers said the union had not been consulted about the latest review. 'The LNP Government knows they would be told by police that this is simply a crazy idea that will cause more road deaths due to incorrect compliance,' Mr Leavers told the paper.
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