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New Zealand Police Apologises For Issuing 20,000 Notices In Erro

Police says the problem arose when a fault in the police IT system resulted in vehicle data from the NZ Transport Agency between October 22 and December 16 last year not being automatically updated on police systems. The glitch affected more than 20,000 traffic infringement notices. The affected notices included read more... mainly speed camera infringements, and a smaller number of other camera-related notices, including red light camera offences, as well as police-issued parking notices. Among moved here those affected were people who sold their vehicles during the two-month period, who were then incorrectly ticketed for offences incurred by the new owners or others driving the vehicles. Also affected were those who had changed their fitness address or their surname after getting married. "Police sincerely apologise to all of those who have been affected by this one-off technical issue, which has now been resolved," national road policing manager superintendent Carey Griffiths said. <br>More:

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