Confusion about how Arnold's red-light cameras operate has drawn a lot of attention in the city. The city's website even includes a FAQ section for the public.
In the video, ATS shows how a violation is reviewed.
"Hopefully this video will help further explain the review process and clear up any misconceptions about how a captured event becomes an issued violation,” stated Charles Territo, vice president of communications for ATS, in a Friday news release.
The city's red-light cameras have been in the news a lot, with the most recent Patch story examining a lawsuit in Jefferson County. In September 2012, a lawsuit claiming the use of red-light cameras in Arnold is unconstitutional was dismissed in Jefferson County court.