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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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La. police arrest 2 officers in autistic boy's death

The boy was shot when he was in the front seat of a vehicle officers fired into during a pursuit with the boy's father - Full Story

Columns

How driving simulators can make your agency safer Melissa Mann - The Voice on the Radio

How driving simulators can make your agency safer

Driving simulators can place trainees in a simulated but realistic environment, from which they can emerge better prepared for scenarios on the road - Full Story

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Ky. man steals police cruiser, tries to run over officers

The incident began when police responded to reports of a Wal-Mart shoplifter - Full Story

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Escaped Ga. sheriff killer found hiding in woods

The inmate slipped out of his leg shackles and smashed a window to escape - Full Story

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Ga. sheriff killer escapes custody at sheriff's office

Ga. sheriff killer escapes custody at sheriff's office

Authorities are looking for an escaped prisoner charged with killing a rural county's sheriff - Full Story

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Armed suspect dies in shootout with Calif. deputies

A man led deputies on a pursuit before engaging them in a shootout - Full Story



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