The Georgia Department of Public Safety has ruled that the Jefferson Police Department did not use radar improperly.
The investigation followed a complaint that the police department was using speed detection to generate revenue.
“The investigation revealed that the Jefferson Police Department is in compliance with Georgia law as it relates to the use of radar in this case,” Col. Mark McDonough, commissioner, department of public safety, wrote in a letter to police chief Joe Wirthman. “The investigation revealed that the police department did not exceed the statutory limitation relating to generating revenue from the use of radar between 2008 through 2010.”
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