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A producer and operator of remote traffic enforcement systems. Founded in January 1997.

History

The following section is an excerpt from Wikipedia's Redflex Holdings page on 11 June 2020, text available via the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

Redflex Holdings provides vehicle monitoring and enforcement services for government, police, and traffic departments globally.

Redflex develops and manufactures a wide range of digital photo enforcement products and systems, utilizing advanced sensor and image capture technologies. Redflex products include fixed multi-lane, multi-sensor red light and speed enforcement, mobile radar and laser speed enforcement systems and infringement processing software.

Redflex has programs to deter red light running, speeding, passing stopped school buses, crossing railroad tracks while the alarm is active, running stop signs, unauthorized vehicles driving, vehicular theft, stopping in bus lanes, speeding in highway work zones, speeding in an intersection running a red light, and travelling down a sidewalk when a pedestrian is present. Redflex also has technology used to help prevent crashes by red light runners.

Redflex operates primarily in Australia and the United States of America, and was listed on the Australian Securities Exchange in January 1997. Redflex Holdings consists of two distinct companies; Redflex Traffic Systems Pty. Ltd. covering Australia and global operations and Redflex Traffic Systems Inc. covering the US market. The company works with partners in other countries, such as ChinaTel Group in the People's Republic of China. Redflex is based in South Melbourne, Victoria where it runs its systems engineering operation as well as its system integration and research and development programs.

In 2011, Redflex was the subject of a failed A$303.5 million hostile takeover bid by the Macquarie Group and Carlyle Group.

Opposition to traffic enforcement cameras owned by Redflex has resulted in their removal in some American cities in Texas and California.


Documents

DateDocument Name & DetailsDocuments
13 August 2014
file created date
United States of America v. John Bills, Martin O'Malley, and Karen Finley
Indictment
United States District Court, Northern District of Illinois

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- 293KB - 45 pages
10 June 2015
filing date
United States of America v. Karen L. Finley
Plea Agreement
United States District Court, Southern District of Ohio, Eastern Division

PDF
- 1.2MB - 14 pages
20 August 2015
plea date
United States of America v. Karen Finley
Plea Agreement
United States District Court, Northern District of Illinois

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- 114KB - 21 pages


Article Index

DateArticleAuthor/Source
26 March 2014Redflex Traffic Systems, Inc., North American Division, A Wholly Owned Subsidiary of Redflex Holdings, Ltd., Including On-Site Leased Workers From Iconma, BPS Staffing, AZ Tech Finder, and Volt Workforce Solutions, Phoenix, Arizona; Notice of Affirmative Determination Regarding Application for ReconsiderationFederal Register: DoL (Del Min Amy Chen)
14 May 2014Retired Chicago Official Arrested on Federal Bribery Charge for Taking Cash and Personal Benefits to Steer $124 Million in City Contracts to Redflex for Red Light Camera ProgramU.S. Attorney’s Office, Northern District of Illinois
21 May 2014Redflex Traffic Systems, Inc.; Engineering Department; North American Division; Phoenix, Arizona; Notice of Revised Determination on ReconsiderationFederal Register: DoL (Del Min Amy Chen)
13 August 2014Former Redflex CEO, Liaison, And Chicago Official Indicted For Alleged Corruption In City’s Red Light Camera ContractsU.S. Attorney's Office, Northern District of Illinois
19 June 2015Former CEO Pleads Guilty to Bribery and Fraud Scheme Involving Red Light Camera Contracts Department of Justice, Office of Public Affairs
20 August 2015Former Redflex CEO Pleads Guilty To Corruption In Awarding Of City Of Chicago’s Red-Light Camera Contracts U.S. Attorney’s Office, Northern District of Illinois
26 January 2016Former City of Chicago Transportation Official Convicted of Corruption in Awarding of Red-Light Camera ContractsU.S. Attorney’s Office, Northern District of Illinois
29 August 2016Former City of Chicago Transportation Official Sentenced to Ten Years for Corruption in Awarding of Red-Light Camera ContractsU.S. Attorney’s Office, Northern District of Illinois
19 October 2016Former CEO Sentenced for Bribery and Fraud Scheme Involving Red Light Camera Contracts in OhioDepartment of Justice, Office of Public Affairs
28 October 2016Former CEO Sentenced for Bribery and Fraud Scheme Involving Red Light Camera ContractsU.S. Attorney’s Office, Southern District of Ohio
10 November 2016Former Redflex CEO Sentenced To 30 Months For Corruption In The Awarding Of Chicago’s Red-Light Camera ContractsU.S. Attorney’s Office, Northern District of Illinois
27 December 2016Redflex Traffic Systems Enters into Non-Prosecution Agreement with United StatesU.S. Attorney’s Office, Northern District of Illinois


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