Request of CCTV information
Mr Gagan made this Official Information request to Auckland Transport
From: Mr Gagan
Dear Auckland Transport,
Could you please provide CCTV images of Maioro street motorway on-ramp intersection regarding a road rage/threat to life incident on 14/12/2016 between 10:45 and 10:55pm.
This is in reference to a man approaching a silver Mitsubishi hatchback and making threats after it turns from Stoddard road and stops on the first traffic signal on Maioro street.
From: AT Official Information (AT)
Dear Mr Gagan
Thank you for contacting Auckland Transport on 19 December 2016 requesting
CCTV footage of Maioro Street motorway on-ramp intersection on 14 December
2016, between 10.45pm and 10.55pm.
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Mr Gagan left an annotation ()
Why was the camera facing an inappropriate direction? It seems highly convenient for the offender. There definitely needs to be better management of Auckland's CCTV cameras to provide residents with the information they rightly deserve.
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Luke C left an annotation ()
Hmmm. Odd that the camera was pointing in the wrong direction.
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