Tuesday, February 12, 2019

Speedy Kansas City Drivers Earn Po-Po Discount Old School iPhone Tech Tickets

KCPD stocks up on classic tech for a new effort to raise funds at the expense of careless drivers . . . Here's a peek at phone tech tickets that are still slow thanks to the planned obsolescence that's part of the Apple biz model. Read more:

Some KCPD officers to start writing tickets on iPhones

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - In about two weeks, some Kansas City police officers will be able to write tickets on iPhones. The Kansas City Police Department is buying 100 iPhone 8 models for 99 cents each. The devices will be distributed to those in the traffic enforcement unit, the parking control unit and patrol officers who write the most tickets.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Given to the officers who write the most tickets. Another quota system.

Anonymous said...

Might be able to pay off the city's outstanding debt if the process of writing speeding and reckless driving tickets is simplified to a few button pushes.

Anonymous said...

All they need is a pic of the plate and the radar speed. Send it in for processing.

Rinse and repeat.

Anonymous said...

Don't even bother to waste time pulling people over just to ask them do you realize you were driving 20 MPH over the speed limit on a residential street?

Write em up digitally, and ream the bastards hard for speeding. Let the court decide who was accurate.

Anonymous said...

Hope they remember the KCPD policy of only writing tickets to people who appear financially able to pay the them. Poor people and those driving stolen cars always get a pass. Can't extort money from the poor.