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The Redflex Thread

Discussion in 'The Pub' at netrider.net.au started by Sir Ride Alot, Feb 11, 2013.

  1. Redflex is a Victorian based speed camera company. It's ASX code is RDF and all of the below announcemnts can be found at the ASX website www.asx.com.au
     
    First there was this.

     
    17 October 2012
    City of Chicago
    Redflex has held contracts with the City of Chicago since 2003 to provide automated traffic enforcement products. Under the current contracts, entered into in 2008, Redflex installed and manages 384 automated enforcement systems in the City of Chicago. The contracts run until 31 January 2013, with the City of Chicago holding options to extend for a period of up to two years. In the 2012 financial year, the Chicago contracts contributed 13% of Redflex’s revenue.

    During an internal investigation in September 2010, Redflex discovered that one of its employees paid for a hotel room for a City of Chicago employee. The expense totaled US$910. Redflex disclosed this incident to the Chicago Board of Ethics on 9 October 2012.



    Redflex understands that the Chicago Board of Ethics, in conjunction with City Corporation Counsel, will investigate the circumstances of the US$910 payment and decide on what (if any) penalties may be applied against the company. The Board of Ethics has authority to issue a variety of penalties ranging from monetary penalties to debarment of Redflex's contract with the City. Additionally, it is possible that the City’s Inspector General's Office may conduct an independent investigation related to this incident.

    Redflex has separately received notification today from the Department of Procurement Services of the City of Chicago that, for reasons relating to the payment of the hotel room charge, it has been deemed a non-responsible bidder for the purposes of an Automated Speed Enforcement Program tender process in which the company has been participating. As a result, Redflex’s proposal in relation to this tender has been rejected. This tender process relates to products and services that are separate from Redflex’s existing contracts with the City of Chicago. In addition to the actions regarding the Automated Speed Enforcement Program tender, the City has also notified the Company that the current in-force contracts for Redlight enforcement are in breach.

    Redflex is strongly committed to ethical business practices. The company has taken multiple steps to ensure that it operates in compliance with all laws and regulations. These steps include but are not limited to comprehensive ethics training for employees, restrictions on lobbyists, oversight by senior executives of all government contracts, the establishment of a whistleblower hotline, and the creation of a new Director of Procurement position to enforce strict adherence to procurement bidding and third party services engagements.

    Redflex will update the market in accordance with its disclosure obligations in relation to future developments in its contractual arrangements with the City of Chicago.

    For further information: Ron Johnson
    Chief Financial Officer
    ron.johnson@redflex.com.au
    +61 3 9674 1754

    Marilyn Stephens
    Company Secretary
    marilyn.stephens@redflex.com
    +61 3 9674 1712
     
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  2. And then this.

     
    13 November 2012
    City of Chicago – Update
    Further to Redflex’s announcement of 17 October, the Inspector General’s Office of the City of Chicago has now initiated its investigation relating to the company’s business dealings in Chicago. In relation to this matter, Redflex advises that:

    the company is cooperating fully with the City of Chicago Inspector General’s Office in its investigation and has retained the law firm Sidley Austin to provide the necessary support for Redflex’s participation in the investigative process;

    Sidley Austin has also been retained to conduct an independent internal investigation with a broad scope, under the direction of the Audit and Risk Management Committee of the Board of Directors. This investigation will be thorough and comprehensive;

    it is not yet possible to provide a timeline for either the internal investigation or the City of Chicago investigation;

    on completion of the independent internal investigation, the Board of Redflex will examine the conclusions and recommendations presented by Sidley Austin and will determine whether any corrective or remedial steps are appropriate;

    the City of Chicago Inspector General’s Office is expected to report its findings to the Chicago Board of Ethics and the Department of Procurement Services. The Inspector General’s Office may recommend that sanctions be imposed. Prior to the finalization of any recommendations it is premature to speculate on the outcome of the investigation, or the nature and extent of any impact on the Redflex business.

    Redflex continues to support the daily ongoing operation of the City of Chicago's photo enforcement infrastructure under the present in-force contracts.

    The Board of Directors is dedicated to upholding the highest standards of integrity in everything that Redflex does, in the same way that the company is dedicated to our mission of providing cutting-edge products that save lives and maximise public safety. In the event that the independent internal investigation or the Inspector General’s investigation determines that any Redflex employees acted improperly, the Board stands ready to take appropriate action to ensure that the company’s commitment to moving forward based on the highest ethical standards is not compromised.

    Redflex will continue to update the market in relation to the matters addressed in this release and future developments in its contractual arrangements with the City of Chicago more broadly.

    For further information: Ron Johnson
    Chief Financial Officer
    ron.johnson@redflex.com.au
    +61 3 9674 1754
     
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  3. And now this.
     
     
    11 February 2013
    Update in relation to City of Chicago and earnings guidance

    Further to Redflex’s previous announcements in relation to the company’s business dealings in the City of Chicago, the company now advises that:

    Redflex continues to cooperate fully with the City of Chicago Inspector General’s Office in its investigation into the company’s business dealings. As previously announced, Redflex has retained the law firm Sidley Austin to provide the necessary support for Redflex’s participation in the investigative process;

     Sidley Austin has also been retained to conduct an independent internal investigation with a broad scope, under the direction of the Audit and Risk Management Committee of the Board of Directors. This investigation remains ongoing, with a final report to be provided to the Redflex Board once completed;

     On 8 February, Redflex received notification from the City of Chicago’s Department of Procurement Services that it will "not be considered a responsible vendor for the new RFP for red light cameras that the City intends to issue in the near future."

     The decision made by the Department of Procurement Services follows recent media coverage in The Chicago Tribune in which a number of claims have been made regarding the interim findings of Redflex’s independent internal investigation. Redflex Holdings CEO Robert DeVincenzi has been quoted by the Chicago Tribune saying "Although the investigation is not over, we learned that some Redflex employees did not meet our own code of conduct and the standards that the people of the City of Chicago deserve. We are sharing information with law enforcement authorities, will take corrective action and I will do everything in my power to regain the trust of the Chicago community.";

     Following a recent contract extension, Redflex’s existing red light camera contracts with the City of Chicago are scheduled to run until July 2013;

     In the 2012 financial year, the Chicago contracts contributed 13% of Redflex’s Group revenue;

     The company continues to incur considerable legal and related expenses in support of the processes underway in relation to Chicago. These expenses have been materially higher than was envisaged when profit guidance was provided to investors at the company’s Annual General Meeting in November 2012. Primarily, as a result of increased costs, Net Profit Before Tax for the December half is now expected to be in the range $5.5 – 6.0 million. Due to uncertainty surrounding ongoing costs of the Chicago processes and related matters, together with a multi-month delay in the rollout of a significant Malaysian contract, it is not possible to provide guidance in relation to the full year result at this time.

    Redflex will continue to update the market in relation to the matters addressed in this release.

    For further information: Ron Johnson
    Chief Financial Officer
    ronj@redflex.com.au
    +61 3 9674 1754


    Marilyn Stephens Company Secretary marilyn.stephens@redflex.com.au +61 3 9674 1712
     
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  4. Moved to the pub, the link to motorcycling issues is tenuous at the very least. Also state a purpose behind this rather than just posting links please.
     
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  5. I didn't want to be the first to say it, so thank you Smee :p

    What exactly is the point of this thread?
     
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  6. The company that administers and manipulates Victoria's speed and red light camera's proven to be untrustworthy and very much driven by profit at all costs..to the extent that they have been asked to leave the City of Chicago because of impropriety.....Now if only Ted the waste of space had a spine.
     
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  7. lol i guess theres only so much room for racketeers in Chicago after all.
     
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  8. Giant who-cares, do you honestly think the government doesn't know the cameras are all about profits? Personally I find the thought that they're truly that ignorant more scary than the altogether more likely scenario that they're truly that greedy and malicious.
     
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  9. What it does highlight is that other administrations and communities are not as prepared to tolerate impropriety in the use of public resources in the same way as Australian is.
     
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  10. Thanks mike8863 and titus. This may be the tip of the iceberg.
     
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  11. And if Redflex gets the flick, they (the government) will simply call for another tendor and on it goes.

    Just a question. When did Redflex win the tender. Before or after the current government?
     
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  12. Before but replacing them wont be so easy due to motorist deaths being up 20% in 2012 which basically renders speed cameras 100% ineffective.
     
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  13. This announcement was released to the market today and it will be interesting to see the update relating to the investigation. It could go either way but on 11/2/2013 IOOF increased their holding in Redflex from 7.352% to 8.466%. Maybe they know something. The share price last traded at $1.13 and the last time it was at such low levels was around 2003.


    Redflex Holdings Limited
    ACN: 069 306 216 31 Market Street (PO Box 720), South Melbourne Victoria, Australia 3205 Tel: +61 3 9674 1715 Fax: +61 3 9699 3566 Web: www.redflex.com.au

    RHL-068 v2


    27 February 2013



    Mr Dean Litis
    Companies Advisor
    ASX
    By email: Dean.Litis@asx.com.au



    Dear Dean

    Request for Trading Halt

    Redflex Holdings Limited (RDF) requests a trading halt relating to its shares until the earlier of 10am on Friday 1 March 2013 or an announcement being made.

    The trading halt relates to an update regarding the ongoing investigation in the USA.

    The Company knows of no reason why the trading halt should not be granted.

    Yours sincerely



    Marilyn Stephens
    Company Secretary

     
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  14. Redflex released this announcement today basically delaying the announcement referred to the other day. It may have something to do with the Liberal/National government's so called road safety initiative announced today.

    This whole cancerous road safety industry is imploding.



    Redflex Holdings Limited ACN: 069 306 216 31 Market Street (PO Box 720), South MelbourneVictoria, Australia 3205 Tel: +61 3 9674 1715 Fax: +61 3 9699 3566 Web: www.redflex.com.au RHL-068 v2

    1 March 2013


    Mr Dean Litis
    Companies Advisor
    ASX
    By email: Dean.Litis@asx.com.au


    Dear Dean

    Request for Voluntary Suspension

    Redflex Holdings Limited (RDF) requests a voluntary suspension relating to its shares until the earlier of 10am on Monday 4 March 2013 or an announcement being made.

    The event the Company expects will end the voluntary suspension is an announcement by the Company relating to the ongoing investigation in the USA, and the lodgement of the Appendix 4D half year results to 31 December 2012.

    The Company knows of no reason why the voluntary suspension should not be granted.

    Yours sincerely


    Marilyn Stephens
    Company Secretary
     
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  15. And now this:


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    http://www.thenewspaper.com/news/40/4040.asp


    More Redflex Executives Fall Over Bribery Scandal
    Australian traffic camera company loses three more top officials in bribery scandal that could expand to other cities.
    kfinvander. Heads continue to roll at Redflex Traffic Systems in the wake of an unfolding bribery scandal uncovered in Chicago, Illinois. The Australian photo enforcement firm admitted today that what it once called a $910 "billing error" -- the cost of a free room in a luxury hotel for John Bills, a city contracting official -- was part of a much larger, illegal influence scheme headed by Marty O'Malley, a Redflex consultant.

    "The investigation concluded that the arrangement between the city program manager, the consultant, and Redflex will likely be considered bribery by the authorities," Redflex reported in a March 4 statement to the Australian Securities Exchange. "The arrangement was likely to be one in which some of the payments to the consultant would be paid to the city program manager, an arrangement apparently proposed by the city program manager."

    According to the inquiry conducted by the law firm Sidley Austin, O'Malley was paid $2 million between 2003 and 2012 for his work in landing the nation's most lucrative photo ticketing contract. Redflex sent Bills on 17 different trips between 2003 and 2010, paying for everything including hotels, flights, car rentals, golfing, meals and a computer worth a total of $20,000. These items were placed on the expense account of Redflex executive vice president Aaron Rosenberg. Rosenberg was fired on February 20.

    "At the least, the two former Redflex officials most involved in the consultant/city program manager arrangement (the CEO and former EVP) had knowledge that would have made any reasonable person highly suspicious that this was a bribery scheme, and they acted improperly in allowing this arrangement to occur," Redflex admitted.

    To clean up the mess, the company forced Karen Finley, the long-time CEO of US operations, to resign. Finley leaves with 346,106 shares now worth $391,100 -- reflecting a loss of about half their value in the last six months. She also holds 284,031 performance rights.

    The scandal first came to light in August 2010 when an internal whistleblower informed Redflex management of the bribery arrangement. Instead of acting, officials at the company started a half-hearted investigation that covered up the incident -- for a time. Chief financial officer Sean Nolen examined Rosenberg's expense reports without interviewing individuals involved in the allegations. Nolen and Andrejs Bunkse, the general counsel were criticized for lying to the Chicago Tribune by calling the investigation "exhaustive." The Tribune did not drop the story which, without their reporting, would likely not have ever come to the public's attention.

    Nolen and Bunkse were forced out of the company today, adding to the toll of ejected executives that includes Max Findlay, the chairman of the board and Ian Davis, a member of the board of directors. Even without the management changes, the company finds itself in serious financial trouble.

    The company reported profit for the six months ended December 31, 2012 were cut in half from $7.2 million to $3.6 million thanks to growing resistance to automated enforcement. The firm reported 101 installations were removed, but only 54 new locations were added in six months.

    "The slowing rate of new installations within the USA market has reduced the demand for capital to service that market," Redflex stated today in its half-yearly report. "In FY13, citizen initiatives caused the termination of several Redflex contracts at their term expiration."

    So far, the company has also spent $1.2 million in legal fees related to the Chicago scandal. When Chicago's red light camera contract expires, Redflex will lose another 13.6 percent of its income. The company also warns of the possibility of bribery revelations in other cities.

    "The current investigation may identify other instances of similar dealings with the city of Chicago and/or other jurisdictions," Redflex admitted to investors.

    Trading in Redflex stock has been suspended since February 27. The suspension will be lifted on Tuesday.



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  16. Now, how do we repeat this in Aus?
     
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  17. The official announcement part 1.

     
    4 March 2013

    Summary of the internal investigation into the City of Chicago Contract and Redflex actions in response

    Redflex Holdings Limited ("Redflex Holdings") announces a summary of the findings of a four-month long independent internal investigation into its subsidiary’s Chicago contract and associated matters, conducted under the direction of the Audit Committee of the Board of Directors of Redflex Holdings, by the law firm Sidley Austin LLP. The company also announced several key personnel decisions and significant operational changes. The Sidley Austin investigation report is subject to legal professional privilege and reference to the investigation or its findings is not intended to waive privilege contained in that report and all associated legal advice in any way.

    Background:
    On October 17, 2012, Redflex Holdings directed the law firm Sidley Austin to investigate and advise on whistleblower allegations of improper activity in connection with the red-light-camera contract between its subsidiary Redflex Traffic Systems, Inc. ("Redflex" or "the company") and the City of Chicago. Specifically, the allegations claimed that: 1) Redflex’s payments made to a Redflex consultant in Chicago ("the Consultant") had been passed to the City employee who ran the red- light-camera program ("the City Program Manager"); and 2) The company had paid for vacations for the City Program Manager. Redflex Holdings directed Sidley Austin to investigate and advise on these allegations, as well as whether an earlier investigation into these issues had been properly conducted.

    The allegations concerning improper activity had been made two years earlier in an August 2010 letter from a whistleblower. In September 2010, following its investigation into these allegations, an outside law firm advised that the allegations were without merit, except for one $910 hotel stay by the City Program Manager in Arizona for which Redflex paid. Redflex did not inform the City of Chicago’s Board of Ethics about the allegations or findings at that time.

    In early October 2012, a Chicago Tribune reporter asked the company questions about the whistleblower’s letter. Because of those inquiries, Redflex disclosed to the Chicago Board of Ethics the results of its 2010 investigation on October 9, 2012. In statements to the Ethics Board and the Tribune, Redflex described its 2010 investigation as "thorough" and "exhaustive", and stated that the allegations were without merit except for the $910 hotel stay, which it characterized as a billing error.

    On October 14, 2012, the Chicago Tribune published an article casting doubt on the prior investigation’s conclusion. Redflex Holdings directed Sidley Austin to conduct a new, independent and unrestricted investigation into the allegations. The investigation by Sidley Austin relating to the City of Chicago contract is substantially complete.

    In summary, the investigation concluded that the whistleblower allegations did, in fact, have merit, in that: 1) The arrangement between the City Program Manager, the Consultant, and Redflex will likely be considered bribery by the authorities; and 2) Redflex did provide vacation-related expenses and other items of value to the City Program Manager in violation of the City of Chicago’s Governmental Ethics Ordinance. In addition, the investigation concluded that: 3) The 2010 internal investigation was clearly inadequate; 4) The 2012 disclosures to the Chicago Board of Ethics and the Chicago Tribune by certain persons involved with the 2010 investigation were improper; and 5) Certain Redflex officials violated company policies and code of conduct.



    Part 2 to follow.
     
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  18. SRA, can you provide a link to these. I'd like to pass it to our Local Newspaper. Currently REDFLEX and the RMS are under fire for not properly displaying the warning signs among other things.
     
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  19. The official announcement part 2.


    The investigation by Sidley Austin:
    During the four-month investigation, Redflex provided Sidley Austin with complete access to its people and records and instructed that the inquiry run in any direction the evidence suggested. During its investigation, Sidley Austin collected four terabytes (1024 gigabytes) of data, including emails from all 27 current and former employees from January 2002 until November 2012, totaling more than 250,000 documents, and after filtering, systematically reviewed 37,000 documents. Fifty-eight interviews were conducted with 31 individuals, including current and former employees, executives, current and former Redflex Holdings Board members, and third parties. The Consultant, City Program Manager and the former executive who wrote the whistleblower letter refused to be interviewed despite several attempts to interview them.

    Summary of the investigative findings regarding the City of Chicago contract

    1. The allegation relating to the Consultant/City Program Manager arrangement

    The Consultant was paid $2.03 million from 2003 through 2012. Most of this amount ($1.57 million) was paid during a four-year period from 2007 to 2011.

    The investigation concluded that the arrangement between the City Program Manager, the Consultant, and Redflex will likely be considered bribery by the authorities. The arrangement was likely intended to be one in which some of the payments to the Consultant would be paid to the City Program Manager, an arrangement apparently proposed by the City Program Manager.

    At the least, the two former Redflex officials most involved in the Consultant/City Program Manager arrangement (the former CEO and former EVP) had knowledge that would have made any reasonable person highly suspicious that this was a bribery scheme, and they acted improperly in allowing this arrangement to occur.

    Since Redflex does not have subpoena power, it does not have access to financial records that might show whether Redflex’s payments to the Consultant were in fact provided to the City Program Manager. But under the applicable law, the authorities may still consider this arrangement to be bribery even if the payments were not, in fact, made.

    2. The allegation relating to vacations for the City Program Manager

    The investigation concluded that Redflex officials paid for vacation-related expenses for the City Program Manager for at least 17 different trips from 2003 through 2010.
    The expenses for 16 of those trips (including hotels, flights, rental cars, golf games, and meals) were paid for by the former EVP or the Consultant, who were reimbursed by Redflex. In addition, the former EVP or the Consultant purchased a computer, Chicago-area golf games and meals for the City Program Manager and was reimbursed by Redflex. These improper expenses totalled approximately $20,000.

    The former EVP’s and Consultant’s expense forms typically did not reveal that the vacation-related expenses were for the City Program Manager, and the former EVP’s expense forms typically did not reveal that they related to Chicago. Required back-up documentation that would have provided the details of the expenses was often missing or incomplete.

    The former CEO knew about and approved some of these trips and expenses. The former CEO also approved all of the former EVP’s and Consultant’s reimbursement requests, though the failure to provide appropriate details and documentation clearly violated company policies.

    These expense payments violated the City of Chicago’s Governmental Ethics Ordinance.

    3. The 2010 investigation

    The 2010 investigation was conducted by a law firm with the assistance of the former CFO, and was overseen primarily by the former General Counsel and secondarily by the Audit Committee. The investigation consisted of interviews of three Redflex officials, no email review, and very limited document review.

    The former CFO limited his review of the expenses paid to the City Program Manager to the former EVP’s expense reports for 2009-10. The former CFO did not analyze data from prior years or of other individuals. There was no attempt to interview the Consultant. Some of those interviewed by the law firm did not provide complete and truthful information.

    The law firm’s 2010 report stated that all relevant employees had been interviewed and the relevant expense reports had been reviewed thoroughly. The report concluded that the allegations were unfounded except for a March 2010 $910 hotel expense for the City Program Manager, paid for by the former EVP and reimbursed by Redflex. The report did not discuss whether this or other expenses violated the City of Chicago Ethics Ordinance.

    The investigation was conducted in a manner that was clearly inadequate to determine whether the allegations were true, and there was inadequate oversight.

    4. The 2012 disclosures

    Some of the October 2012 disclosures to the Chicago Board of Ethics and the Chicago Tribune were inaccurate and misleading. Those involved in both the 2010 investigation and the 2012 disclosures, including the former General Counsel and former CFO, knew or should have known this.

    Among other things, it was improper for them to describe the 2010 investigation and the associated expense review as "thorough", "complete", or "exhaustive". In addition, in Redflex’s submission to the Board of Ethics, it was improper for them to include, and refer positively to, a letter from the City Program Manager which falsely claimed that the $910 hotel stay was a billing error.

    5. Other conduct

    The investigation also uncovered numerous violations of company policy and company code of conduct by the former EVP relating to fraud and embezzlement involving personal expenses, which is the subject of a separate lawsuit the company has filed.
     
    Enhanced compliance management and remediation steps

    In addition to the organizational and leadership actions that have been taken, Redflex is implementing significant improvements in Governance and Compliance to ensure that it conducts business in a way that meets the highest ethical standards. Key elements of the program include:

    1. New Board Member Appointments:
    a. Michael McConnell as Interim Non-Executive Chairman of the Board of Redflex Holdings.

    b. Albert Moyer as Independent Director and Chairman of the Audit and Risk Management Committee.

    2. New Position:
    The appointment of Kim Tomena in a new position as Director of Compliance. She will report directly to the Audit Committee of Redflex Holdings, which is made up of independent directors.

    3. New Training:
    An enhanced program to train all employees on compliance policies on a regular basis.

    a. Anti-Bribery, Anti-Corruption and Compliance Training for all employees and Board of Directors via the Redflex internal HR training delivery system.

    b. Expanded Anti-Bribery/Anti-Corruption training for high risk job classifications.

    c. Anti-Bribery, Anti-Corruption and Compliance Training to be extended to include all contracted commercial intermediaries.

    d. All trainees will be required to complete compliance certificates, with customer facing employees doing so on an annual basis.

    4. New Assessment and Reporting Processes:
    Specific policies and procedures will be established to monitor compliance with the Redflex Code of Conduct and/or municipal gift and hospitality policy violations, including appropriate reporting obligation to customers.

    5. Hotline and Compliance Email:
    A whistleblower program, including a 24-hour hotline and dedicated email address that will enable employees and others, including Redflex customers, to report suspicions of illegal or unethical behaviour on an anonymous basis and an assurance that those reports will be reviewed, investigated and resolved. Reports will flow directly to the Audit Committee Chairman and Director of Compliance simultaneously.

    6. New Compliance Association Membership and Software Solutions:
    Membership in TRACE International, an association that provides compliance solutions and software to enable the company to track observance of Redflex policies and provide reports to customers.

    7. New Contract Provisions and Processes:
    The company will include contract clauses to stress compliance with its policies and change its processes to help ensure compliance.

    a. Sales Consulting agreements will be evaluated and include strong Anti-Bribery and Anti-Corruption provisions.

    b. The Master Subcontractor Agreement and Professional Services agreement will be updated to include strong Anti-Bribery and Anti-Corruption compliance provisions.

    c. All Sales Consulting agreements and administration will be under the supervision of the General Counsel’s office.

    d. The company will clearly delineate the different roles of its sales consultants and lobbyists.

    8. Enhanced Expense Report Processes:
    The company’s expense reimbursement system will be fortified and regularly monitored.

    a. Expense reimbursement processes, controls, and training will be enhanced and Compliance will conduct a quarterly risk-based audit sampling of expenditure requests/reimbursements.

    b. Expense reimbursement form will be updated to require additional detail and a signature legend that requires the employee and approver to attest that the expenses are compliant with policy.

    For further information: Ron Johnson
    Chief Financial Officer
    ron.johnson@redflex.com.au
    +61 3 9674 1754
    Marilyn Stephens
    Company Secretary
    marilyn.stephens@redflex.com.au
    +61 3 9674 1712
     
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  20. And then this. The share price has also plummeted to around 90 cents.

    4 March 2013

    Employee Termination

    Redflex announces that on 20 February 2013, the USA subsidiary terminated the employment of Aaron Rosenberg, Executive Vice President of Business Development of RTSI. Mr Rosenberg is the EVP referred to in the company’s release made earlier today, regarding the internal investigation.


    For further information: Ron Johnson
    Chief Financial Officer
    ron.johnson@redflex.com.au
    +61 3 9674 1754
    Marilyn Stephens
    Company Secretary
    marilyn.stephens@redflex.com.au
    +61 3 9674 1712
     
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