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PARKING TICKET APPEAL PROCESS

February 24th, 2011 by Jennifer Frank

Department of University Police

PARKING TICKET  APPEAL PROCESS

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STEP 1:                                                  

 

  • Appeals of PSU parking tickets must be filed within 10 calendar days of the date on which your vehicle was issued the ticket.

 

 

  • Your appeal is then reviewed by a University Police Department staff member at the UPD police station located at #2 High St.  [NOTE: contrary to popular local myth, the person who reviews each appeal is not an Iparq employee out in California!]

 

  • Once the appeal is reviewed, you will be notified via email if your appeal has been granted/accepted or denied.  Usually, this is a generic reply, and may not explain why your appeal was accepted or denied.

 

  • If your appeal is granted/accepted, your Iparq record will be updated. If you have already paid the initial fine(s), either a partial or full reimbursement of the fine(s) may be made to you via check to your home or local address (including on-campus HUB Suite) by Iparq through the U.S. Postal Service within 2-3 weeks after University Police makes the request to Iparq via email.

 

STEP 2 (if your 1st appeal is denied):

 

  • You may request a face-to-face meeting or a telephone conference with Sergeant Amanda Hutchins, University Police Department, to review that Step 1 decision.

 

  • Call University Police at 5-2330 from 7:30 a.m.–4:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday and on Fridays from 7:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m. to make an appointment to meet/speak with Sgt. Hutchins.

 

  • Appointments to appeal a PSU parking ticket are scheduled from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Monday through Friday unless other arrangements are made by Sgt. Hutchins.

 

  • If your appeal is granted/accepted, your Iparq record will be updated. If you have already paid the initial fine(s), either a partial or full reimbursement may be made to you via check.  All reimbursement checks will be sent to your home or local address (including on-campus HUB Suite) by Iparq via the U.S. Postal Service within 2-3 weeks.

 

STEP 3 (if your 2nd appeal is denied:

 

  • You may send a final written appeal via email to Colonel Creig Doyle, Chief of University Police, at cwdoyle@plymouth.edu.

 

  • If your appeal is granted/accepted, your Iparq record will be updated. If you have already paid the initial fine(s), either a partial or full reimbursement may be made to you via check.  All reimbursement checks will be sent to your home or local address (including on-campus HUB Suite) by Iparq via the U.S. Postal Service within 2-3 weeks.

 

  • If your final written appeal to the Chief of University Police is denied, there is no further recourse.

Community Alerts

Vehicles on Campus after Easter

April 17th, 2014 by Amanda

 

Students returning from Easter Break with Unpermitted vehicles MUST obtain temporary parking permits if the vehicles are going to be in PSU lots.  Students will then only be allowed to park in lot 603.