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Canadian Police Urged to Create Foot Chase Policy After Fatal Shooting

January 8, 2016
A judge is urging the Calgary Police Service in Canada to consider creating a policy for foot pursuits after a police chase ended with an officer fatallyl shooting a man brandishing a screwdriver in 2011.

Pittsburgh Police Undergoing 'Full Review' of Pursuit Policy

November 24, 2015
A day after a Pittsburgh police chase started by a traffic stop ended in a crash that left a 12-year-old critically injured and four others hurt, the police chief ordered officers to initiate pursuits only if they believe a violent felony occurred.

Phoenix Police Rethinking Traditional Foot Pursuits

October 12, 2015
The Phoenix Police Department has now joined a number of agencies around the country that are considering or have already penned a policy dictating how officers should react when faced with a fleeing suspect. The Phoenix department currently has no written guidelines of the sort.

Drug Dealing Gangs Exploiting Milwaukee Police Chase Policy

July 21, 2015
An innovative, violent gang of drug dealers is exploiting the Milwaukee Police Department's own policy on vehicle pursuits and other rules as they feed an incessant hunger for heroin across southeastern Wisconsin and contribute to a surging number of murders in the city.

Pursuit Tracking

March 14, 2014

The StarChase system uses a patrol car-mounted launcher to shoot a GPS tracking device at a fleeing vehicle. Officers can catch up to the vehicle later without speeding after it.

Ohio Agency Sued Over High-Speed Pursuit

November 5, 2012
The Miami Township (Ohio) Police Department must defend a lawsuit filed by a grade-school teacher who was critically injured when a burglary suspect fleeing from officers struck her vehicle.

Cutting Out the Chase

April 1, 2003

If you want to know all the arguments for and against police pursuits, all you have to do is look at a recent case that culminated in a fatal accident on Georgia 54 just outside of Atlanta.

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