Photo Enforcement Equipment Suppliers
http://www.Redflex.com -- Global supplier of photo enforcement equipment and services.
http://www.atsol.com -- American Traffic Solutions, global supplier of photo enforcment equipment and services.
http://www.gatsometer.com -- Gatsometer, the first company to produce photo enforcement equipment.
http://www.camerafraud.org -- Protest group, founded in the Phoenix area but now in other metropolitan areas.
http://www.photoradarscam.com -- Activist information website.
http://photoenforcement.azdps.gov -- information on the State of Arizona's program.
http://www.scottsdaleaz.gov/photoradar.asp -- information on Scottsdale AZ's program.
http://www.tempe.gov/police/photo_radar_faq -- information on Tempe, AZ's program.
http://www.iihs.org/laws/automated_enforcement.aspx -- provides detailed information on the current laws in place regarding photo enforcement, for each U.S. state.
http://www.eastvalleytribune.com/pdf/AZ_Statewide_Photo_Radar_Survey.pdf -- a report on recent poll results statewide in Arizona.
http://www.azsos.gov/election/2010/General/Initiatives.htm -- the text of the propositions on the 2010 ballot designed to restrict/photo enforcement use (see C-05, I-01 and I-02). Includes downloadable PDFs with the details.
http://www.iihs.org/research/topics/auto_enforce_list.html -- a comprehensive list of every community (i.e. city, for the most part) in the US using photo enforcement programs, divided by type.
1905+trapping+motorists&ei=qjb-ScaOM4qwkAT17PjpBA#PPA926,M1 -- actual page of a 1905 "Popular Mechanics" article reporting an early conceptualization of a photo enforcement system.