I saw a flash. What should I do?

If you saw a flash near one of the photo enforcement systems, it could have been a test shot or for another vehicle that was detected by the system. Routine test shots are taken several times a day to ensure that the system is operating properly and there are several checks and balances in place to ensure that a citation is only issued if a violation occurred. If a citation is issued it will be mailed to the registered owner of the vehicle at the address listed on the citation within 6 business days for photo radar van and 10 business days for red light and intersection speed violations. Due to high call volume, calls regarding flashes will not be returned.

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1. I saw a flash. What should I do?
2. I received a citation in the mail. What’s next?
3. I need to file a plea or pay for my citation. How do I do that?
4. I would like to talk to someone about my photo enforcement interaction. Who should I call?