DO POLICE SEND TICKETS IN THE MAIL?

Do police send tickets in the mail? The answer is yes, but only certain types. The types of tickets that could be sent in the mail include red light camera tickets—you may have seen a flash as you’ve driven through an intersection. They could send it to your last known address based on your license plate.

Same is true of photo radar tickets, same sort of a thing. If you go through a certain area and a machine concludes that your vehicle was going too fast, you may see something show up in your mailbox, which is ultimately a fine that needs to be paid. And the only other type of offense where that may occur is school bus tickets.

Where no officer was involved and you find something in your mailbox indicating that you didn’t stop for a school bus. Those are really the only ways in which the police send tickets in the mail.

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