Red Light Photo-Enforcement System
Important Notice - Voluntary Termination of Red Light Camera Enforcement
Due to a series of court cases on the State level over the legality of red light
camera enforcement, the City of Glendale has voluntarily decided to terminate
the program. Although state law continues to allow municipalities the use of
cameras to enforce red light violations, as of February 24th, 2012, the Glendale
Police Department will no longer issue citations to violators captured on these
- What should I do if I have a red light photo ticket taken after February 24th,
You do not have to contact the court since the Glendale Police Department is not
pursuing payment or prosecuting any red light photo tickets in court as of
February 24th, 2012.
The Glendale Police Department will not seek out violators on the photo tickets
as of February 24th, 2012.
- What should I do if I have a red light photo ticket that I have never responded
The Glendale Superior Court should be contacted in any instance where you
received a letter from the court stating that if not paid, a civil assessment
would be added to the violation. In order to clear that civil assessment, the
court must be contacted.
- What should I do if I have already pled guilty and paid my photo red light
If you pled guilty before February 24th, 2012 and paid the fine, no money will
be returned to you.
- What should I do if I received a citation and I am not the driver?
You should contact the Glendale Superior Court and notify them of the fact that
you are not the driver. There is a chance the Court issued a civil assessment to
your name for failing to appear.
- What will happen if I do not contact the court and I have a civil assessment
attached to a citation for not appearing?
The civil assessment will remain in your name until it is cleared with the
For any citation issued prior to February 24, 2012, you should contact the
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