18 Jul

When the Illinois State Police was formed in 1922, it had 20 surplus World War I Harley-Davidsons. In 1992 (70 years later) motorcycles were reintroduce. Another 14 years later (2006) the State Police had only 8 motorcycles (7 in the …

14 Jul

FROM FCC — “The FCC considers the use of traffic radar jammers as malicious interference and strictly prohibited by the Communications Act of 1934, as amended, as well as by FCC rules. Anyone using a jammer risks such penalties as …

12 Jul

Many people in many former Soviet Union countries consider police more crooked than the crooks. To help improve police image the country of Kazakhstan requires video recordings of all radar citations. The video is used as additional evidence (vehicle identification, …

06 Jul

Since 1961 local police in Pennsylvania have not been allowed to use radar for traffic enforcement. Currently only PA State police are allowed to use radar, local police must use timing systems to enforce speed (time consuming and labor intensive …

05 Jul

Engineers at Ohio State University have filed a patent for a new “super radar” with multiple applications including police traffic radar. The radar is reported to be undetectable because it uses a generated noise signal spread over several gigihertz (GHz). …