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Police can now email infringements

The NSW Police Force now has the capability to email infringements, giving the community the choice of either receiving infringements via post or email.

Today many of us receive our bills electronically, and receiving an infringement via email will become common practice. Emailing infringements also allows officers to send an infringement to people who live interstate and overseas.

You will only receive an emailed infringement if you have had face-to-face interactions with a police officer, and have consented to receiving the infringement via this method.

Be aware of the potential for fraudulent activity. Report any suspicious emails to Source

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