Albuquerque Police write practically 1,000 citations for license plate associated points

Which space has essentially the most citations? Detailed statistics beneath

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Albuquerque Police (APD) is delivering on a promise to go after drivers in vehicles with out license plates following a widespread warning final week. Within the final six days, APD stated groups of officers have issued practically 1,000 citations for “license plate-related infractions.”

Albuquerque’s Subject Providers Bureau and the Site visitors Unit began the operation on Saturday, February 4, days after APD Chief Harold Medina posted a video about the issue on social media.

Drivers and not using a license plate face a $25 quotation. Nonetheless, forward of the crackdown, Chief Medina famous the bigger drawback the difficulty will be linked to: some persons are making an attempt to hide their id by driving and not using a plate.

Albuquerque Police supplied these stats from simply at some point of plate patrols by the Site visitors Unit. The next numbers had been generated on Wednesday, February 8, 2023:

  • Northwest Space Command
    • 16 stops
      • 10 expired plate
      • 3 expired temp tag
      • 5 proof of registration
      • 9 illegible plates
  • Southwest Space Command
    • 6 stops
      • 1 no plate
      • 3 expired plate
      • 4 proof of registration
  • Valley Space Command
    • 8 stops
      • 8 expired plates
      • 4 proof of registration
      • 2 improper show of plate
      • 1 illegible plate
  • Southeast Space Command
    • 22 stops
      • 2 no plate
      • 5 Expired plates
      • 20 proof of registration
      • 8 Improper show of plate
  • Northeast Space Command
    • 33 stops
      • 10 expired plates
      • 25 proof or registration
      • 11 improper show
  • Foothills Space Command
    • 11 stops
      • 1 no plate
      • 5 expired plate
      • 13 proof of registration
      • 2 improper show
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