61 Blog Posts From the E-News Reboot Tag


oos Reboot: Camera Company Front Groups Still Stirring Up Trouble

This weekly post features recent news stories that highlight and update themes previously covered throughout oos E-Newsletters and Alerts. Editor’s Note: The red-light camera companies will do almost anything to protect their interests. When community opposition develops against red-light camera programs, usually in the form of ballot initiatives, the camera companies set up their own […]

oos Reboot: The Unreliability of Radar for Speed Enforcement

This weekly post features recent news stories that highlight and update themes previously covered throughout oos E-Newsletters and Alerts. Editor’s Note: Asheville, North Carolina, Police Chief William Anderson recently confirmed that 244 speeding citations issued in the last year were based on readings from radar guns with out-of-date certifications. Police have also identified another 105 […]

oos Reboot: VMT Tax to Start Up in California

This weekly post features recent news stories that highlight and update themes previously covered throughout oos E-Newsletters and Alerts. Editor’s Note: With the stroke of a pen, Californians will be subject to yet another onerous transportation policy in the form of Senate Bill 1077. Signed into law recently by Gov. Brown, SB 1077 creates a […]

oos Reboot: Where’s the Waldo Police Department?

This weekly post features recent news stories that highlight and update themes previously covered throughout oos E-Newsletters and Alerts. Editor’s Note: For years, the tiny town of Waldo, Florida, routinely made the news as one of the most predatory speed traps in the country. But now it’s making headlines for a different, but related, reason: […]

oos Reboot: Are the Feds trying to Rebrand License Plate Readers?

This weekly post features recent news stories that highlight and update themes previously covered throughout oos E-Newsletters and Alerts. Editor’s Note: Police agencies across the country are facing increased scrutiny over the use of automated license plate readers (ALPRs), cameras that capture vehicle license plate data. With enough cameras, motorists can be tracked everywhere they […]