On Tuesday, the Tucson Police Department issued a statment regarding the success of Proposition 201 – Photo Enforcement / Red-Light Cameras. The measure passed handily.
The statment reads in part: “In regards to Photo Enforcement/Red-Light Cameras, the city has heard the voters and the cameras will be shutting down. As a result of the passing of Proposition 201, the Tucson Police Department is communicating with the City Manager’s Office to coordinate the official date that the cameras will be turned off. When that date is made official, we will pass on the information to the community. Please remember that any citations issued before the official shut down date will be considered valid and enforced.”