Even as the Arizona Department of Public Safety was preparing to shut down the statewide photo speed-enforcement system, a top commander was lobbying legislators to approve a photo-enforcement bill giving DPS full control of the program, raising questions about the department's intentions.
Two days before DPS Lt. Col. Jack Hegarty sent a letter to Redflex Traffic Systems telling the company that the state was allowing Redflex's photo-enforcement contract to expire, Hegarty sent an e-mail to 60 legislators seeking support for a bill giving control of photo enforcement to DPS.
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