Trend and Analysis
The Authority supports the Police Department and the Department of Public Works and Transportation in the administration of the Automated Speed Enforcement (ASE) program.  The County designated vendor is currently responsible for collection of ASE fines.  The number of ASE cameras increased to its full complement of 72 at the beginning of FY 2013.  The number of events at camera locations in the FY 2014 began to level off and is expected to continue to decrease in FY 2019 as drivers change behavior.  The ASE program will rotate the mobile and dragoncam cameras to cover the 143 different schools and institution zones.