Rocklin, California Speed Traps

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Park Drive near Twin Oaks Park

Rocklin, CaliforniaMay 03, 20071 Comments

Oftentimes m/c cops will use radar while sitting in the entrance to the retirement community monitoring traffic just passing Twin Oaks Park headed toward Stanford Ranch Drive. But the most elaborate trap I’ve ever seen was at least 9 vehicles in use nailing drivers in both directions going past Twin Oaks Park. One cop was using Lidar from 20′ above the roadway in a City of Rocklin cherry picker, and he was clearly communicating to the small army of "ground units," several of which were motorcycles hiding behind the huge cherry picker truck.

Pacific Street near Rocklin Road

Rocklin, CaliforniaApr 14, 20071 Comments

Revenue collection by Rocklin PD on Pacific Street between Sunset and Sierra College Road in Rocklin, is staked out by BMW motorbikes using both LIDAR and Stalker Radar on the Ka band. Pacific street has many trees and concrete planters in which the bikes hide behind. The posted limit is 35MPH, though the street with its four wide lanes appears to look like a 45-50MPH zone to the average driver. Rocklin officers show no mercy during their revenue collection, while they have you stopped, they will look for anything else to tack on to your ticket(ie broken lights, no front plate, window tint)

Stanford Ranch Road near Fairway Drive

Rocklin, CaliforniaJan 19, 20070 Comments

A cop actually stands on the median with a radar gun and points at vehicles coming down Stanford Ranch. He notifies m/cycle cops parked in the driveway to the video store who in turn cite drivers.

Sierra College Boulevard near Top of the Hill Bypass

Rocklin, CaliforniaFeb 13, 20060 Comments

Watch out going over Sierra College from Roseville into Rocklin. Cops are at the top of the hill and well hidden on their motorcycles. They even park on the sidewalk and drop onto the road after picking someone off.

Farrier Street near Balfor Road

Rocklin, CaliforniaApr 29, 20040 Comments

Cops often sit at night with their lights out at the first stopsign on farrier in the side streets so you can’t see them at all. They look for running that stop sign and speeding off. I live around Balfor and see cops sitting there probably 2-3 times a week at night mostly. Basically they are bored and are sitting there looking for any reason to pull you over and check you out. So make sure you stop and do not speed through there because you can’t see them until its too late, with just their parking lights on, and they will give tickets, believe me.

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