Notice of Activation of Speed Camera Monitoring System - Speed Camera Law (SB) 2700
The City of Glenarden's Police Department will deploy an unmanned stationary speed camera monitoring system effective Wednesday, May 5, 2010 on the 8700 block of Glenarden Parkway, in Glenarden, Maryland. If you have any questions, please contact the Glenarden Police Department at 301-772-3214.
Speed Camera Law (SB) 2700 [ view bill ]
Resolution to Establish School Zones for Purposes of Speed Enforcement
Photo Enforcement Fact Sheet
From the desk of Philip A. O’Donnell, Chief of Police
- May 19, 2009, the Governor signed Senate Bill #277, authorizing photo speed enforcement in school zones.
- December 14, 2009, the Glenarden City Council passed Resolution R-34-2010, authorizing speed enforcement in school zones.
- December 11, 2010, an advertisement was placed in the Prince George’s Post which read: “The City of Glenarden Police Department will deploy an unmanned stationary speed camera monitoring system beginning March 22, 2010 on Glenarden Parkway at 7700, 7800 and 8700 blocks in Glenarden, Maryland.
- There will be a warning period through April 20, 2010, after which time citations will be issued for violations. If you have any questions, please contact the Glenarden Police Department at (301)772-3214.
- The warning period was extended until May 8th at which time citations were issued.
- The camera is in operation from 6:00 A.M. until 8:00 P.M., Monday through Friday.
- This is a civil penalty, failure to pay may result in the refusal by Motor Vehicle Administration to register the vehicle, and it may also result in the suspension of the motor vehicle’s registration.
- You may elect to stand trial in the District Court for the alleged violation. Court cost is imposed.
- No points will be assessed.
The violation may not be considered in the provision of motor vehicle insurance coverage.