What do I do if I think I'm innocent?
If you receive a citation, you should view the video of the violation via the internet by following the directions listed on the back of the citation. If you do not have access to the internet, you may view the video during normal business hours in the lobby of the Police Department. You will need information provided on the citation. If after reviewing your video you still believe that you did not violate the law, your opportunity to dispute the citation will be at the court date listed on the citation.

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1. How does the Red Light Photo Enforcement Program (RLPEP) work?
2. What if the camera system flashes in the intersection and I have a green light?
3. What do I do if I received a citation in the mail?
4. What do I do if I think I might have run a red light and the camera flashed?
5. What do I do if I don't think I ran the red light?
6. What if I receive a citation, then sell the car, or don't do anything?
7. Is traffic school an option?
8. How can I access other public documents related to this program?
9. What if I wasn't driving my car and I received a Notice of Violation?
10. What do I do if I think I'm innocent?
11. Paying your traffic fine
12. About Red Light Camera Citations
13. Date to appear
14. To determine the fine amount