Radar Ticket Codes

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Radar Ticket Codes

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I couldn't find any discussions of this anywhere on the forums, but does anyone have any idea of what these codes would refer to? The were part of the officers notes on the back of the ticket, just before the 3 radar readings.

F-R T-M A/D-C

I'm guessing they are something regarding the radar detector (Decatur) and realize they may just be a code this officer uses, but does anyone have any ideas? Do they refer to device settings?


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what are the rest of the notes around it?


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The full set of notes are:

R F-R T-M A/D-C
R A 97 km/hr @ 150m
R A 95 km/hr @ 100m
R L 96 km/hr @ 75m


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CAROL wrote:The full set of notes are:

R F-R T-M A/D-C
R A 97 km/hr @ 150m
R A 95 km/hr @ 100m
R L 96 km/hr @ 75m
I'm usually very good with notes, but that is baffling...
Is there anything at all above or below this? As info before might help to figure it out.

Was the officer moving or stationary?
If moving, in what relation to your vehicle was the cruiser?
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Stationary






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