SA Police Commissioner on alleged faulty expiation notices

There were 5 incorrect incidences

SA Police Commissioner on alleged faulty expiation notices

South Australian Police Commissioner Grant Stevens has released a statement, advising locals on the circumstances SAPOL issues expiation notices.

 

The statement is in response to media reports that allegedly suggest users are being fined for driving as low as one kilometre above the speed limit.

 

Analysis of data delivered by the Expiation Notice Branch for the 2016-2017 financial year found that no expiation notices were issued to drivers under the circumstances suggested, with safeguards in place that prevent the issue of notices for low-level speeding offenses.

 

The Commissioner conceded that there were 5 incidences where this may have been the case, with two more notices handed to drivers of heavy vehicles exceeding 12 tonnes, and two provisional license holders detected driving at 111 kilometers per hour.

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