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Question on officer note -

Unread post by teller on

Hi again,

There is a notation on a disclosed copy of an officer's notes regarding a speeding violation.

These notations appear after the serial # of the Speed Detection Unit and the words "tested as man inst."

B-1030
A-2015

Would I be correct in assuming that these are the tested times of the unit?


And if so, it would appear that this officer's shift was at least 10 hours long; is that probable ?


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teller wrote: Would I be correct in assuming that these are the tested times of the unit?
would say yes
B 1030 = Before at 10:30am
A 2015 = After at 8:15pm
And if so, it would appear that this officer's shift was at least 10 hours long; is that probable ?
Shifts vary from 8, 10 and 12 hr shifts.
Above is merely a suggestion/thought and in no way constitutes legal advice or views of my employer. www.OHTA.ca


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