Appeals are only accepted in cases where there is significant dispute over the facts or when there are major extenuating circumstances, not agreeing with a valid parking regulation shall not be grounds for an appeal.
In accordance with OP 24.03, Electronic Communications Policy, communication regarding the appeal will be conducted via email addressed to the person’s ASU email address. No other email address may be substituted.
Failure to respond to emails regarding an appeal within 5 business days will result in the appeal being considered withdrawn.
All information on the appeal form must be completed for the appeal to be processed.
Appeal Process: An appeal form must be completed and returned to Parking Services within ten (10) days after a citation has been issued. The form will be reviewed by the chief of university police, who if facts support the appeal, may void the citation. If an appeal is denied by the chief of police, the individual has the right, upon request, that the appeal be forwarded to the Traffic Appeals Committee. The chairperson of the Traffic Appeals Committee shall then contact the person making the appeal and advise him/her as to the date, time, and the place the appeal will be heard.
Failure to appear at the time fixed for a personal hearing is equivalent to a plea of guilty. In such cases, no further hearing will be scheduled and associated fines will be imposed.
The Parking Appeals Committee is comprised of University community members (not of Parking and University Police Department personnel).
False or misleading statements or failure to disclose pertinent information will result in denial of an appeal. It may also result in the loss of parking privileges and/or other appropriate administrative action including referral to the Office of Student Life.
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