Queensland police union calls for end to use of unmarked speed cameras

QPU president says ‘sneaky’ devices do not reduce state’s road toll or stop people from speeding and are just revenue raisers

The Queensland Police Union has called for an immediate end to the use of unmarked and covert speed cameras, saying they do nothing more than raise government revenue.QPU president Ian Leavers said the “sneaky” devices did not reduce the state’s road toll or stop people from speeding.“Getting a ticket in the mail up to a month after speeding when you can barely remember even where you were back then, has no effect and is quite rightly cynically viewed as revenue raising,” he said on Sunday.“O...