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Mission: To collect City revenues generated by the Memphis Police Department through the issuance of traffic citations, traffic summons, and ordinance summons.

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Goals and Objectives Collect percent of the traffic summons, citations and ordinance summons monies owed to City of Memphis, while providing quality and efficient customer service to all citizens through a knowledgeable and trained workforce.

Cars may be towed by the Memphis Police Department if there are three outstanding citation tickets that are at least 20 days past the issue date. Tickets must be paid in full or may be placed on the docket. If placed on the docket, a cash City Appearance Bond for the total amount due is required.

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No personal or business checks are accepted for payment on a tow. After payment is made in full, a completed Vehicle Release form is given to the vehicle owner and includes directions to the City of Memphis Impound Lot. Registered owner is responsible for all towing and storage fees at the City Impound Lot. Payments are due every thirty days. A three day grace period for payment is given, and two extensions may be given. If a ticket is in suspension status, creating a Debt Recovery case will not remove the suspension.

Someone must appear in person.

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All tickets and fines in other jurisdictions must be cleared before the DWYP Program becomes effective. The Amnesty program covers City of Memphis traffic tickets that are 10 years old or older.

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This program runs each year from July 1 to December Note: Amnesty tickets 10 years old will not show amnesty price online. Print Screen. Debt Recovery Cases. Drive While You Pay. Amnesty Program.

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