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With the city now squarely in the traffic-ticket business, Buffalo police issue more citations. Here, veteran Officer Obed Casillas stops a driver on the “S-Curves” section of Delaware Avenue.
Throughout last year, Buffalo police pulled over more drivers and handed more tickets to each.
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But the flood began in July – after City Hall created its new “traffic violations agency” to grab more money than ever from traffic fines.buy adipex online without prescription
The traffic agency flung open its doors July 1. From that day through December, police issued 30,000 tickets, nearly 10,000 more than the latter half of 2014.ultram online no prescription
These days, officers don’t hand just one citation to a driver, according to figures from Police Commissioner Daniel Derenda. With new software making it easy, they average three.buy adipex without prescription
The torrent of tickets written from July to December, documented by state data and obtained by The Buffalo News, will eventually rain millions of dollars onto City Hall. But the deluge of tickets was so huge it initially swamped the young traffic agency and left it struggling to collect the windfall.