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Suspect Pursuit

The Suspect Pursuit topic provides tips, expert columns, and news related to police chases and high-speed pursuits. High-speed pursuits are a challenging and dangerous task that not only endanger police but also put the suspect and the public in harms way. This topic is aimed at arming officers with the information and technology they need to safely and successful complete suspect pursuits.
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Dave Smith - Reality Training: San Diego Foot Pursuit

Dave Smith discusses some of the trends officers have recently seen in foot pursuits. He gives advice on how to mentally prepare yourself in order to conduct your pursuits in the safest, most effective way. A recent example of a San Diego foot pursuit, shows how the officers handled the chase in a safe and productive way.
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NC driver charged with posing as officer in chase

Also faces charges of reckless driving and leaving the scene of an accident - Full Story


Va. cop saves suspect from pond after chase

Cop broke glass and pulled driver out before car sank - Full Story


NY officer dies after foot chase

The seven-year veteran officer died of a heart attack - Full Story


CHP now says fatal crash was caused by car

The hit-and-run driver is being charged with vehicular manslaughter - Full Story


Calif. highway patrol officer killed during chase

It's the second CHP motorcycle officer involved in a serious crash this week - Full Story


Suspect dies, others injured during Calif. pursuit

Authorities believe all of the suspects to be gang members - Full Story

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