Originally posted by intrepid
reply to post by thisguyrighthere
I guess you missed the graphs. Doesn't matter, these points are moot. The law is the law and if you break them you are going to be penalized. Can't
blame the cops for that, that's their job.
While it is true it is their job, the story points to them only selectively doing their job when funds are needed and even then, they have to be
bribed to do so.
I understand they have other stuff to do as well, but so does everyone at every job. We all multi task and fulfill tasks that are needed and outside
of our job description. I can't imagine telling my boss coming to me one day and telling me hey, I know we are already paying you to do this and it
is your job and you haven't been doing it but I am going to give you a pizza if you do it today.
If it is their job then I guess laziness is to blame in the case of it not being done?
The point I am making is that these guys are PAID by US to do their JOB and they aren't so they play catch up at the end of a quarter to boost
numbers and funds for more people to be hired who will, in turn, not do their job either because they learn by example.....and then get a reward for
It's backwards. If they don't meet their goals, they should pay the price, not US. Simply put, these traps are a very easy way that they KNOW
statistically they will make a lot of money at so they most likely purposely don't ticket drivers most of the year to give them a false sense of
security when they do speed so that when the traps are set they are more likely to catch and ticket a LOT more people. I wouldn't be the least bit
surprised if they have a study on exactly that. In a way it is a bit like entrapment and definitely corrupt, especially to bet on it.