FULL LIST OF Police Pursuit Topics
Police pursuits: Balancing catching bad guys with protecting innocents–
More often than not, the driver is fleeing because he has something to hide — intoxication, narcotics, warrants, and other criminal activity.
Toddler tossed out of SUV during pursuit–
ABC News examines some wild California police pursuits - one in which a toddler can be seen falling from a vehicle during a pursuit, then wandering the street after amazingly surviving the fall without serious injury.
12 stories that capture the essence of police work–
From hostage situations to drugged-up lunatics to little lost teddy bears, it’s all in a day’s work.
Texas officer shot in head during pursuit–
Officer Robert Deckard, who has been with the department for seven years, is being treated at San Antonio Military Medical Center
Body camera captures intense police pursuit–
A pursuit of a suspect driving on the wrong side of the highway and the subsequent take down is captured on an officer's body camera.
Police pursue kangaroo on the loose–
Footage of police in Texas pursuing an escaped pet kangaroo.
State trooper, suspect fall from overpass during pursuit–
Dash cam footage captures a Mich. State Police trooper and a suspect falling from a highway overpass during a pursuit in Saginaw County. The trooper is currently recovering from home.
Jim Smith: Foot Pursuit Course–
We've recently seen a rise in officers killed during foot pursuits, so it is time to go back to the experts and ask: What can we do to train for foot pursuits, and what should we keep in mind the next time a foot pursuit comes up? Jim Smith from Milwaukee PD discusses how he developed a training philosophy for different chase situations and what you can do to increase your chances of winning.
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