What do you do if you have received a ticket from the
U.S. Reporting Agency?
1. You have a
responsibility to follow Instructions to take care of your
2. Pay any FINE
imposed by the agency as soon as possible.
3. If you have been
assigned to a diversion and/or corrections class, attend.
Not sure what to do when you have received a diversion
If you have received a diversion notice from an Officer,
Justice, judicial code enforcement representative
and/or a U.S. Reporting Agency Agent, please click the
DIVERSION link. Here you will find further information
regarding your obligation and responsibilities to fulfill
your diversion assignment requirements.
Fines are generally imposed for immediate payment,
providing 30 to 60 days grace period with one extension upon
request. To continue, for immediately payable fines imposed
for uncorrectable violations, you may make
PAYMENT online 24 hours a day.
It is a violation of U.S. Reporting Agency
80123.1a(c) to evade, escape from surrender, evacuate,
defraud, elude and/or refuse payment of a U.S. Reporting
Agency fine, ticket, provisionary violation fee imposed upon
said violator for correction and/or any other person having
been assigned a ticket and/or fine from the U.S. Reporting
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