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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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May 09, 2014

Crash that killed LAPD cop no accident

Driver of the SUV was a friend of the man being pursued.
May 05, 2014

Austin Police Releases StarChase Results after One Year - KEYE TV

Courtesy of KEYE TV in Austin Texas - StarChase is proving valuable in Austin Texas one year after installation. No injuries, no property damage, and suspects arrested in every StarChase pursuit!

May 05, 2014

StarChase on WTVO (ABC) - Rockford, IL - December 3, 2014

StarChase offers a proven and safer alternative to police pursuits!
May 05, 2014

StarChase in action on The Now | Cleveland

StarChase LLC (www.starchase.com) provides pursuit management and GPS tracking technology to law enforcement agencies worldwide. The tactical interdiction offers a safer alternative while still catching the offender. The StarChase system is a proven, less-lethal technology that provides a significant tactical advantage to law enforcement officers in failure-to-yield or high-risk flight situations. Once a vehicle is tagged, it enables a dispatcher to track the suspect in real time using a web-based mapping program. The officer remains on the street, a potentially dangerous pursuit is avoided, and the suspect can then be safely apprehended. The privately held company is based in Virginia Beach, Va. and has been in operation since 2006. StarChase products are patent protected in the United States and worldwide.
May 05, 2014

StarChase on ABC World News - October 2014

Dashcam Video Captures Wild Police Chase in New Jersey - StarChase Pursuit Management Technology #ThePursuitEndsHere
May 05, 2014

StarChase on ABC News | August 20, 2014

The StarChase system is a proven, less-lethal technology that provides a significant tactical advantage to law enforcement officers in failure-to-yield or high-risk flight situations. Once a vehicle is tagged it enables a dispatcher to track the suspect in real time using a web-based mapping program. The officer remains on the street, a potentially dangerous pursuit is avoided, and the offender can then be safely apprehended.
May 05, 2014

See StarChase in Action!

The StarChase system is a proven, less-lethal technology that provides a significant tactical advantage to law enforcement officers in failure-to-yield or high-risk flight situations. Once a vehicle is tagged it enables a dispatcher to track the suspect in real time using a web-based mapping program. The officer remains on the street, a potentially dangerous pursuit is avoided, and the offender can then be safely apprehended.

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April 29, 2014

Mich. suspect killed after attempting to ram cop, pursuit

A man suspected of attempting to run over a police officer was fatally shot by police following a pursuit.
April 28, 2014

Calif. police fatally shoot armed suspect after pursuit

Officials say man who was shot and killed Sunday by police pulled out a pair of scissors during a clash before leading Sheriff's deputies on a pursuit.



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