Redflex Admits Bribery Scheme in Two More CitiesChairman of Redflex Traffic Systems warns of bribery revelations in two more US cities.
Mar. 06, 2013
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Chicago, Illinois is not be the only city where employees of Redflex Traffic Systems have bribed US officials. In a conference call with shareholders on Tuesday, the Australian photo enforcement firm's interim chairman, Michael McConnell, made the admission as he vowed to restore the "ethical compass" of Redflex.