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"I can tell you that our enforcement has gone way up with the use of this system," he said. "In the past that person has to be foolish enough to run the stop arm in front of a marked police officer, so we only wrote the tickets to the bad, bad drivers."
Grisham said state education officials have come to them for advice on the use of stop arm cameras.
All seven cameras are on the driver's side of the bus.
"We'll see probably a drop in the number of violations witnessed by officers," he said. "That should drop because people are more aware of stop arms now."
Two years ago, bus drivers reported seeing 1,600 violations a day. Now, they see around 900.
The ticket, which is considered a civil offense because it is not written by an officer who saw the violation in person, ranges from $300 to $1,000.
Drivers are fined $300 for the first citation, $750 for a second, and $1,000 for a third violation caught on camera.
Officers also may discard cases whether they don't think the driver broke the law.
Two cameras, one toward the front wheels of the bus and another near the back wheels, record possible violations on video. A large yellow box in the middle of the bus holds five individual cameras that read license plates.
Hagebak couldn't confirm that officers have written fewer tickets since they launched the program with ATS a month ago.
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"Counties with other multiple jurisdictions like Cobb are going to be able to get on our coattails and just follow what we've done," he said.
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But the additional enforcement has cut reported violations by nearly half.
Cobb Police Lt. Hawk Hagebak said the cameras have been activated by possible violations 3,640 times. The 32 officers in his unit each spend about an hour per day confirming a violation and matching the tag number with the make and model of the vehicle.
Drivers have 30 days to pay the ticket online or by mail.
If the owner was not driving the vehicle when the violation occurred, they can sign an affidavit identifying the driver, and then ATS can send that driver a violation notice, Hagebak said.
Drivers can view footage of the offense online as well.
The cameras should decrease violations even around buses that don't have them installed, he said.
If seen in person by an officer, the stop arm violation is a criminal offense and the driver can be fined up to $1,000 and get six points on their license. Anyone 21 and younger will have their license suspended.
If an officer determines that the driver broke the law, they sign off on the violation, and ATS sends a ticket on behalf of Cobb Police to the driver.
are equipped with the camera system.
ATS keeps 75 percent of the ticket revenue in the first year of the program, and lesser percentages thereafter. The balance is split between the county government and the county school district.
If ATS employees believe a violation has occurred, they send the information to Cobb Police for review.
After a possible violation is recorded, the footage is sent to ATS electronically when the bus passes a cell tower.
"Bus drivers really feel like the cameras and awareness have deterred and educated the motorists of our safety and the dangers that were involved in them passing our buses," said Connie Cristy, the district's transportation field coordinator.
"Our goal is to get to zero, and we've really, really knocked it down," Grisham said. "We're real pleased with it."
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American Traffic Solutions has issued 258 citations in the last month to drivers who have been caught on camera driving around Cobb school buses when the stop arm is out.
"We still enjoy discretion in these things," Hagebak said. "We want people to stop, but we don't want people to crash into Nike Air Max Pink And Blue And White
Two years ago, the school district began installing an initial camera on 102 buses at a cost of $200 each. In September, an Arizona company, American Traffic Solutions, paid to install six additional cameras on each of the 102 buses.
notice where they were in relation to the stop arm."
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