150th Anniversary of the Annapolis Police Department 1867-2017

Annapolis Police Department

Media Release

Chief of Police

Scott Baker

Police Department

External Affairs Officer

Corporal Amy Miguez

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New Speed Camera Location

In response to community concerns regarding children’s safety, Annapolis Mayor Michael Pantelides and Police Chief Scott Baker announce a new speed camera zone in the 200 to 300 block of Farragut Road.  This area is near the Phoenix Academy and Germantown Elementary schools.
Signs have been placed indicating speed is photo enforced in this area.  Warning citations will be issued for violations for the first 15 days in this new enforcement area. After that violators are sent fines through the mail.
The City of Annapolis has three speed enforcement cameras that can be moved to school zones throughout the city. These school zones are marked with signs indicating speed is photo enforced in those areas. The City of Annapolis hopes to reduce motor vehicle accidents and increase pedestrian safety surrounding schools. The fine amount for an automated speeding citation is $40 (no points are assessed by MVA). For vehicles found to be in violation a citation is mailed to the vehicle's registered owner. The speed cameras are managed through RedSpeed USA.  For more information about City of Annapolis speed cameras visit https://www.annapolis.gov/532/Speed-Red-Light-Cameras.  For a complete listing of safe schools speed zones visit https://www.annapolis.gov/533/Locations-of-Safe-Schools-Speed-Zones.  

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