The woman who headed a red light camera operator was sentenced Wednesday to 14 months in prison for bribing elected officials in Columbus and Cincinnati, Ohio.
A former chief executive officer of Redflex Traffic Systems pleaded guilty Friday to being part of an eight-year bribery and fraud scheme.
Karen L. Finley, 55, of Cave Creek, Arizona, pleaded guilty to a one-count information charging her with conspiracy to commit federal programs bribery and honest services wire and mail fraud.… Continue Reading
Martin O’Malley, an agent for Redflex Traffic Systems, pleaded guilty Wednesday to a federal charge of conspiracy to bribe a Chicago official.
O’Malley, 73, was a “consultant” for Redflex when it won a contract to provide and operate Chicago’s red light cameras in 2003.… Continue Reading
A former CEO of red-light camera operator Redflex Traffic Systems was indicted Wednesday on charges she and a top Chicago official conspired to rig the traffic camera business for a decade.… Continue Reading
Minnesota-based Image Sensing Systems said Tuesday an investigation by police in Poland has triggered an FCPA and U.K. Bribery Act investigation.
The developer of traffic enforcement solutions said two employees of its Poland unit have been charged with criminal violations related to a project in the City of Łodź, Poland.… Continue Reading
Country: United States
Company Involved: Redflex Traffic Systems
Industry Subsector: Transportation Services
Official Involved: John Bills, formerly of Chicago Department of Transportation
Enforcement Action: Investigation
Summary: According to media reports, an internal investigation at Redflex uncovered $2.03 million in bribes paid to John Bills and a consultant, in what some are calling one of Chicago’s largest corruption scandals.… Continue Reading